LeTsHe is a Fortnite streamer who first started getting noticed for winning wages during 2019. However, he really started gaining renown after coming first in the 209 Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers Week 5 EU followed by a 32nd-placement at the first-ever Fortnite World Cup Solo Finals in July 2019. Since then, he has gone on to represent top European teams, starting with Team Atlantis and now G2 Esports.
As he has managed to keep up his high-level fps skills and kill-counts, we have provided a list below of the equipment that has been included in LeTsHe’s gaming setup. Of course, while it is obvious that he is sponsored by Logitech, his performance forms the basis of his popularity, so he wouldn’t use their products if he felt that they would negatively impact his performance.
WHAT MOUSE DOES LETSHE USE?
LeTsHe uses a Logitech G PRO X Superlight mouse.
The Logitech G PRO X Superlight is a wireless gaming mouse utilizes a Hero 25K sensor that offers a range of 100 – 25,400 dpi. This can be set in increments of 50 thorough the software. It also allows for polling rate options of 100, 250, 500 and 1000Hz and a maximum tracking speed of 400IPS.
Its main draw is its incredible lightweight design, which is only 63g (2.2oz). This is also why it doesn’t have any lighting options, although it does still have five programmable buttons. There is no dedicated dpi button, but one of the macro buttons can be assigned that functionality through the software.
It is important to note that LeTsHe is actually more of a controller player due to his Xbox background, but he goes through them very quickly so there was no point in mentioning them.
WHAT MOUSEPAD DOES LETSHE USE?
LeTsHe uses a Logitech G Powerplay.
He uses a Logitech G Powerplay mousepad paired with a Logitech G640 mousepad. The Logitech G powerplay mouse allows for continuous wireless charging of compatible Logitech mice. It is available with either cloth or hard surface options and has dimensions of 32 x 1.02 x 27.43xm (12.6 x 0.4 x 10.8”).
WHAT HEADSET DOES LETSHE USE?
LeTsHe uses a Logitech G Pro X wireless headset.
LeTsHe’s gaming setup includes the Logitech G Pro X wireless headset. It is also found in those of Danucd, Bugha and s1mple, to name a few top-level fps streamers. It has a closed-backed design and is set with Hybrid Mesh PRO-G Neodymium 50mm drivers that offer a DTS Headphone:X 2.0 Surround Sound experience. They also provide a 20 – 20,000Hz frequency response range at an impedance of 32Ω.
Furthermore, it also features a detachable, unidirectional 4mm microphone. It is integrated with Blue VO!CE filters that help to reduce noise interference and improves the clarity of your voice. The mic is also fitted with a pop-filter to prevent plosive sounds from interfering with recordings.
It is constructed with a durable aluminum fork and steel headband that is fitted with adjustable stainless-steel sliders. In addition to having a padded headband, it also comes with two sets of swappable earpads. One is covered in micro-suede, while the other is cushioned in leatherette-covered memory foam.
WHAT MICROPHONE DOES LETSHE USE?
LeTsHe uses an Audio-Technica AT2020USB+ microphone.
The AT2020USB+ is a plug-and-play unidirectional microphone with a side-address. It offers a frequency response range of between 20 – 20,000Hz with a nominal impedance of 100Ω and a maximum SPL of 144dB. It has a solid metal construction and has an inline headset and mic control switch. It comes with a tripod desk stand as well as a pivoting stand mount and is also available in an XLR version. It is compatible with Windows 7 or later and Mac OS X or later.
WHAT WEBCAM DOES LETSHE USE?
LeTsHe uses a Logitech StreamCam webcam.
The Logitech StreamCam is a clip-on plug-and-play webcam for PC and Mac devices that was designed specifically for streamers. It comes with free downloadable Logitech Capture and Logitech Camera software that allow for the optimization of OBS and XSplit. It has autofocus features that work from 10cm to infinity that is coupled with a sensor that is capable of facial recognition. This allows it to automatically focus on faces.
Furthermore, it also has integrated electronic image stabilization that prevents the image from blurring if the table or monitor should be disturbed. It has a maximum resolution of 1080p at 60fps, although it can also record at 720p at 30 or 60fps. The aspect ratio is set at 16:9 with a 78° field of view. If you want to record in portrait mode, you simply need to rotate the StreamCam 90°. It is only compatible with Windows 10 or above and Mac OS 10.14 or above and is not compatible with console devices.