The G930 arrived in Logitech's trademark green and black retail packaging. The front of the box has a clear cut-out that shows off the headset and wireless dongle while the reverse side lists some of the headset's features in multiple languages. Below is a list of specifications borrowed from Logitech's website.
* Connection: 2.4 GHz RF
* Range: up to 40 feet (12 meters)*
* Audio stream: uncompressed 48 kHz
* Reception: dual antenna
* Interference resistance: forward error correction and dynamic channel selection
* Continuous playback time: up to 10 hours per charge**
* Charging connection: full-speed USB; charge-while-playing enabled
* Charge time: 2.5 hours or less (longer when in use)
* Ear cup: up to 26 dB noise isolation
* Driver: laser-tuned; 40 mm diameter with neodymium magnet; 15mm diameter voice coil with ferrofluid damping
* Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
* Pickup pattern: cardioid (unidirectional)
* Type: pressure gradient electret condenser
* Frequency response: 100 Hz– 75 kHz
* Volume roller: 80,000 revolutions (minimum)
* Button: 50,000 presses (minimum)
* Headband slide: indexed stainless spring steel
* Ear cup rotation joint: aircraft-grade aluminum alloy
Looking at the specifications and comparing them to the G35, it appears that both headphones use the same driver, which isn't a bad thing as Keith noted that the G35 performed very well in his testing.
Let's move ahead and see what the new G930 has to offer.