The Logitech Zone Learn can withstand the demands of school and children who neglect their toys.
Death, taxes, and kids being consistently entertained by something incredibly loud and annoying are the only things in life that are guaranteed. It's a tablet for this generation, but you can give them more of it instead of taking away their technology for some peace and quiet. This is because the new Zone Learn headphones from Logitech are made to withstand the abuse that children inflict on their devices.
The wired Logitech Zone headphones, which were created especially for the return to crowded office life, where video calls( which could have just been an email) are still more frequent than ever, serve as the foundation of the Logistek Zone Learn. The adult version of the$ 129 Logitech Zone has an inline remote control on the headphone cable with dedicated buttons for muting or ending calls, as well as a flip-down boom microphone with noise cancellation so other voices in the office won't be overheard.
The Logitech Zone Learn resembles the adult-focused Zone headphones in many ways, but instead of being made for the workplace, they have been reimagined as a more affordable option for schools and have undergone numerous improvements to make them more appealing to younger user bases.
In addition to having a stylish blue and orange finish, the Zone Learn headphones have an extended adjustability that makes them comfortable for wear by users from kindergarten through grade 12( good luck if you can persuade your teen to wear them). As the headphones are specifically made to be used for video calls or apps that help kids learn to read, the flip-down boom mic is still included, and the Zone Learn's drivers are tuned to enhance speech rather than music. In general, they are designed for any situation where children must be able to follow directions and hear clearly, even in a noisy classroom.
The Zone Learn headphones have "reinforced subassemblies" so they can withstand drops from a desk and can be cleaned countless times without showing any signs of wear and tear. Additionally, they provide a higher level of repairability thanks to two ear cup style options that can be easily removed and reinstalled— on-ear and over-ear.
For the Zone Learn headphones, Logitech also provides three four-foot cable options: USB-A for older laptops, USB- C for more recent laptop models and portable gadgets like tablets and smartphones, and a traditional 3. 5mm audio cable for connecting to devices that are still rocking headphone jacks.
The Zone Learn are only provided with a headphone cable, removing charging from the equation, making it simpler to manage what could potentially be hundreds of headphones at one school. Additionally, this method makes sure that Bluetooth connectivity issues or dead batteries never prevent them from being used, and you won't find a single shortcut button anywhere on the headphones, which could easily cause children to become distracted.
The Logitech Zone Learn will be pre-configured with either of the ear cup styles and one of three cable options at launch, and it will only be offered to schools and other educational institutions for$ 35. However, replacements for both can be purchased separately. While they will only include the over-ear earcups, Logitech also intends to sell the Zone Learn headphones individually beginning sometime "in early summer" for$ 40. They will also include a USB-C and 3.5mm cable.