Logitech G435 Driver

Logitech G435 Driver and Headset Software Download

logitech g435 driver

The Logitech G435 driver is compatible for Windows and Mac OS PCs, you’ll need the driver packages if you want to connect this Logitech gaming headset to your PC or computer. In the meantime, you also need to download the Logitech G Hub software to make custom setting for the G435 headset. Like adjusting volume levels, mic and so on.

Supported Windows Operating Systems

OS Compability: Windows 10 (32-bit), Windows 10 (64-bit), Windows 8 (32-bit), Windows 8 (64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit), Windows 7 (64-bit).

Why Update?

Support for Logitech G Pro.
Logitech Pro Wireless battery indicator improvements.
Minor bug fixes and more.

File: Logitech G435 driver packages.exe (Logitech G Hub)

Size: 123 MB (64-bit), 109 MB (32-bit)

Last Updated: 08 October 2018

Software Version: v.9.02.65


Supported Macintosh Operating Systems

OS Compability: mac OS X 10.12, mac OS X 10.13, macOS X 10.14 (Mojave), macOS X 10.15 (Catalina), macOS X 11.0 (Big Sur).

Why Update?

Added support for:
G560 LIGHTSYNC, G513, G512 Carbon RGB , G430, G433, G533, G633 G933.
C920 & C922 UI improvements.

File: Logitech G435 gaming headset software.zip (LG Hub)

File Size: 213.1 MB

Last Updated: 18 January 2020

Software Version: v.9.02.22


Specifications

The G435 this is a lightweight, affordable and interesting gaming headset from Logitech. Plus an interesting headset design which comes in at a really affordable price point which makes it particularly appealing it’s 69 pounds (2021) sterling which is really affordable.

It’s 165 grams in weight which is incredibly lightweight, support 40 mil drivers which are capable of up to 20 000 hertz frequency response and it uses LIGHTSPEED Wireless Dongle over 10 meter range to give you up to 18 hours of playback. The headset delivers some really rich sound, a good quality bass and a nice listening experience.

Obviously for this amount of money you, wouldn’t also expect a headset that was capable of both wireless and bluetooth which is really interesting. Also has a number of other highlights to it, that include a beamform microphone and also angled at such a way to sort of naturally fit your ears.

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