Logitech, the maker of the popular Logitech wireless headset, announced today that it has developed a wireless headset that will be able to transmit data to a smartphone, tablet or other wireless device and can transmit the data to third-party apps on the device.
The Logitech headset is compatible with Windows, Android and iOS platforms, and it is available for preorder now for $299.
That includes a Bluetooth headset that can be wired or wireless, a wireless speaker, a USB charging cable, and an earbud, which can be worn on the ear to provide audio.
The headset’s wireless technology is built around Bluetooth 4.0, a new wireless standard that enables the communication of data between two wireless devices using low-energy Bluetooth, which has been in development since 2009.
The Bluetooth standard has been used by many devices, including cell phones and other portable devices, but it is also available for wired devices and other devices that do not have a wireless chipset, such as smartwatches and other wearable devices.
For now, the Logitech device only works with smartphones and tablets.
It supports Bluetooth 4 and 5, Bluetooth 3.0 and 3.1, Bluetooth 4 with LE, Bluetooth 5 with LE and Bluetooth 4+LE, which are all Bluetooth standards, and Bluetooth 5 LE, which is a Bluetooth 5 standard.
The company says that it plans to bring the wireless Bluetooth headset to other platforms, including Android and Apple’s iOS, in the future.
The Logitech team says that the company has tested the headset on a variety of devices, and that it is working on software for the future to make it more robust and easier to use.
In the meantime, the company says it is making available a version of the Logitec headset with a new design that makes the headset more comfortable and durable.