Today we have an opportunity to check the new headset from Corsair, HS80 Max. It’s an addition to an already very extensive range of PC components and peripherals. It’s a direct successor to the HS80 RGB Wireless, which we checked almost two years ago and earned the “Recommended” award, thanks to Dolby Atmos support and a very good (especially for a wireless solution) microphone.
SteelSeries, a Danish manufacturer founded in 2001, has a broad range of PC components and peripherals. That included the headsets. Last time we checked the Arctis Nova Pro, a high-end model. In this review – the less expensive one in the series. Arctis Nova 7 Wireless headset will undergo our investigation. It was presented in September ’22. It also comes in dedicated PlayStation (Nova 7P with a blue inner headband), Xbox edition (Nova 7X with a green inner headband, and native Xbox support).
SteelSeries, a Danish manufacturer founded in 2001, offers a broad range of PC components and peripherals. Today we’re checking the Arctis Nova Pro headset, which was announced in May ’22 and is a successor to the Arctis Pro + GameDAC. There’s also an Xbox version and the wireless edition (with an Xbox variant as well), but that’s one hundred bucks more expensive.
Headsets are one of the types of peripherals that Corsair offers (there are also PC components, but that’s not a story for this review). It ranges from budget-oriented HS series (the reviewed one is one of them), then there’s the mid-range Void series, and it ends with high-end Virtuoso. The HS series starts with HS35, and till now, it also contained HS45, HS50, HS55, HS60, HS65, HS70, HS75, and HS80 (some of them had different, wireless variants). We’re checking out the all-new Corsair HS65 Wireless in this review (today is the debut).
Asus ROG has a broad range of PC components and peripherals. That included the headsets; at the moment, there are 29 models available (so there’s plenty to choose from) on the manufacturer’s website. Also, we had an opportunity to check some of the models in the past, like the Asus Strix Fusion Wireless (in 2019) or the Asus Strix Fusion 700 – RGB (in 2018). Today we’re checking the new Delta family member (introduced in 2018) - the Delta S Wireless headset, which was announced in June ’22.
We take a look at the Razer Kraken v3 pro, the company's latest premium gaming headset series. A gaming and music-obsessed audiophile headset that has been improved once again with additional capabilities. This headset features haptic technology, which causes the earcups to rumble in response to bass. And that was significantly more enjoyable than anticipated.
Corsair has a very broad range of PC components and peripherals. There are also headsets available, and the range starts from the budget-oriented HS series (the reviewed one is one of them), going upwards to the high-end Void series. In this review, we're checking out the all-new Corsair HS80 RGB Wireless. Its debut is on the 19th of August. Speaking of the HS series, it starts from HS35, and till now, it also contained HS45, HS50, HS60, HS70, HS75 (and some of them had different variants). So as you can see, the reviewed model is something for the upper-range of the series and the first of its name.
Corsair has an extensive offering that consists of a variety of PC components and peripherals. Headsets are also covered, starting with the more budget-oriented HS range, running upwards to the very high-end Void series. In this review, we’re checking out the all-new Corsair HS60 Haptic. It was announced on the 15th of October, and it’s a different revision of the HS60 model, which we already reviewed before (both the regular and Pro versions).
We review the new Corsair HS60 PRO Surround Headset. The new model advances on the HS50 as it now includes a USB soundcard. We also spot a new noise-canceling boomstick MIC that is discord certified and once you connect the headset over the USB dongle (optional) you get access towards iCUE and this EQ functionality, and that offers Virtualized Surround sound as well.
Today, we review the fourth product in the Asus ROG Fusion headset lineup. Sharing the exact same chassis and pedigree as its cousins, the Fusion Wireless naturally boasts the lack of wires feature to distinguish it from the regular 500's. There is, however, more than meets the eye going on under the hood, and it's safe to say that this headset is perhaps the most surprising product I have reviewed in 2018.