The Blue Microphone series of Logitech is a well-loved and known brand among gamers, streamers, podcasters, and content creators.
Having originally created the “Bottle” microphone design, the Blue Microphone of Logitech is distinct and has created a name of its own, which is why the company’s move to retire the Blue products and move it under their new Logitech G gaming brand may come off as a surprise for many.
Although, said decision may be a long time coming seeing as how Logitech has already started releasing Blue products, such as the Blue Sona XLR streaming mic, under Logitech G late last year.
Aside from the Blue Microphone products moving to the Logitech G gaming brand, fan favorites such as the Yeti and Snowball microphones are now being placed under the Logitech G section of its website.
It’s quite exciting to find out what else Logitech has in store for its Blue Microphones. After all, their purchase of the company in 2018 for $117 million does come at quite a hefty price. Innovating and expanding the Blue Microphones product line to the Logitech G gaming brand may be their first of many moves to further establish it as a cult and industry favorite.
With the company’s promise of a “deeper integration” of its Logitech G products that will allow users to configure them “all in one place”, we cannot wait for the future upgrades and launches that are yet to be revealed by Logitech for Blue microphones and more.