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CES 2021 | Lenovo Legion H200 and Legion H600 gaming headsets launched for US$49.99 and US$99.99, respectively

Lenovo has launched two new gaming headsets
Lenovo has launched two new gaming headsets (image via Lenovo)
The Lenovo Legion H200 and Legion H600 are Lenovo's newest entry-level gaming headsets. The former is wired, while the latter can connect with devices in wired and wireless modes. Both headphones will hit the shelves in April 2021. The Legion H200 will cost US$49.99, and the Legion H600 US$99.99.

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Lenovo has launched two gaming headsets alongside other Legion-branded peripherals at CES 2021. The Lenovo Legion H200 is an entry-level wired headset, while the Legion G600 is wireless. Both are reasonably affordable offerings, with the former bearing a price tag of US$49.99 and the latter US$99.99. They will be available for purchase in April 2021.

The Lenovo Legion H200 is a relatively barebones wired headset, as it lacks the bells and whistles of higher-specced alternatives. Its features a pair of 50mm Neodymium drivers with a frequency range of 20Hz to 20KHz. The included Electret Condenser Microphone can cancel some ambient noise to a certain degree and be muted via a single flip. Lastly, the earcups are made of breathable cloth and memory foam.

Moving on to the Lenovo Legion H600 wireless headphones, we get the same 50nm drivers, memory foam earcups and noise-cancelling microphone. It can connect to a compatible device wirelessly via the included 2.4GHz USB connector. The headphones can also operate in wired mode using the 3.5mm adaptor. A USB Type-C port charges the Lenovo Legion H600's battery, which Lenovo claims can last up to 20 hours at a stretch. The Lenovo Legion H600 is also Qi-enabled, allowing it to take advantage of the Lenovo S600 Gaming Dock's wireless charging capability.

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Lenovo Legion H600 specifications (image via Lenovo)
Lenovo Legion H600 specifications (image via Lenovo)
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Lenovo Legion H200 specifications (image via Lenovo)
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Anil Satyanarayana, 2021-01-12 (Update: 2021-01-11)