I have a simple rule for news vetting — if it says “graphene,” you can probably ignore it because it never shows up as a real product. New Logitech G Pro X 2 gaming headphones with graphene drivers may force me to revisit that, even if they’re not the absolute first ones on the market and are arriving ten years after researchers explained how these could work.
This interview and this video below lay out why the carbon supermaterial has so much promise — and the production hurdles holding it back. But maybe that’s finally changing.
Logitech’s G Cloud Gaming Handheld costs as much as a Nintendo Switch OLED and nearly as much as a Steam Deck, but it’s focused mainly on cloud games and not local ones. Now available across Europe priced at €359 and £329 in the UK, it’s a high price for hardware that we found “isn’t powerful enough to justify its price.” Check out our full review for all the details.
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