Lenovo Legion H200 and Legion H600 are Lenovo’s latest entry-level gaming headsets launched at CES 2021. They will both be available for purchase in April 2021 and cost US$49.99 and US$99.99, respectively.
The Legion H200 is a wired headset. It is entry-level and offers similar functionality to other budget-friendly gaming headsets. It sports a pair of 50mm Neodymium drivers with the frequency range of 20Hz to 20KHz.
It features a fold-away Electret Condenser Microphone stalk which can cancel some ambient noise to a certain degree and be muted by a single flip. It also has an adjustable headband and a sleek design. Lenovo has indicated that the breathable cloth ear cups on the H200 are adjustable too. They can rotate and mould to the user’s ears. They are made of memory foam.
The Legion H600 Wireless Gaming Headset features tournament-grade audio and boasts a premium 2.4 GHz lossless wireless receiver with a receiving distance of up to 12m and a latency of less than 35ms.
It also has the same 50mm drivers, memory foam ear cups and noise-cancelling microphone as the H200. It can connect to a compatible device wirelessly with the help of the included USB connector. The headphones can also function in wired mode using the 3.5mm adaptor.
The H600 is carefully tuned for optimal clamping force and angle, which stretches and retracts to fit the head properly and can remain flat around the neck. Its battery can be charged by a USB Type C port, which Lenovo claims to last for up to 20 hours at a stretch. It is also Qi-enabled, allowing it to take advantage of the Lenovo S600 Gaming Dock’s wireless charging facility.