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Logitech introduces Zone Learn headsets for K-12 learners

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Logitech launched a new version of their Zone headphones called Zone Learn, which is more compatible with children of all ages right from kindergarten to high school. Built with sustainability in mind, Zone Learn headsets are swappable, durable, and upgradeable, perfect to work for years to come.

Logitech has designed its child-friendly headphones with parts that can be replaced if damaged. The Learn Zone headsets have swappable ear pads and cables with a twist-and-lock design that gives a plug-and-play ability.

The headsets come with two options — over-ear and on-ear pads with 3.5 mm aux, USB-A, and USB-C cables to cover as many devices as possible.

The company’s main focus to expand the life of its headsets, reuse material, and recycle more is perfect to help schools or parents save money by making one long-term investment into Logitech’s new Zone Learn headsets.

The Zone Learn headsets have adjustable slider arms to fit on any head, padded leatherette ear pads, and audio drivers that are tuned for voice clarity which is especially helpful for reading, learning, ESL/ELL students, and while using language learning apps. They offer comfort with rich audio and it has a boom microphone that comes with a cable length to be used for extended periods in classes.

These headsets have been experimented with rigorously in the surprising environment of a classroom where the wire has been bent and deemed chew-proof. Zone Learn can be cleaned repetitively without wear for three years and has been drop-tested up to four feet.

Depending on the learning environment, Logitech is providing two options:

  • Over-ear headset, which offers plenty of sound isolation
  • On-ear headset, plenty of surrounding awareness

The plastic material in the Zone Learn headsets is made with 22% certified post-consumer recycled plastic and is free of PVC, VOC gases, and paint.

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Sania Usmani

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