Razer has announced a headset specifically designed for customers of the upcoming Xbox generation. But thanks to Bluetooth 5.0 it is also suitable for pairing with other source devices.
The release of Microsoft’s new consoles is imminent. On November 10th, both Xbox Series X and the slightly slimmed down Series S will be released. So if you are one of the lucky pre-orderers, you can get the right accessories as you like. Razer knows about this market and has launched a tailor-made headset for the future owners of the new Xbox generation. Thanks to integrated “Xbox Wireless” the gaming headset gets along very well with the two consoles. But Razer’s headphones are by no means limited to the Xbox. Since the manufacturer also installs Bluetooth 5.0 here, you can also connect other devices.
The technology convinces on paper
A look at the built-in features will definitely make gamers’ hearts beat faster. Razer uses 50 mm TriForce Titanium drivers for its Kaira Pro. Thanks to realistic sound reproduction, the drivers should be able to reproduce the entire frequency range with pleasing clarity. But not only the sound should be convincing. The headset also offers exciting features that should prove practical in everyday gaming. On the headphones themselves there are buttons which allow the muting of the microphone and the adjustment of the volume. With the volume you can not only set the game volume, but also the chat volume. That sounds very practical! Another practical feature is that the headset itself has an equalizer. This offers four preset sound patterns, which will be enough for many users. Thanks to the built-in battery, the wireless gaming headset should last up to 20 hours. On the other hand, those who cannot do without the chic RGB lighting will have to be satisfied with 15 hours. The battery is charged via USB-C cable. Razer promises a lot of comfort so that you can even get through the pleasantly long battery life. The small weight of 365 gram is to provide in combination to ear pads from memory foam for appropriate stretcher comfort.
Price and availability
Razer now offers its Kaira Pro Gaming Headset on its own website. Who looks for still suitable headphones for its future Xbox, can slam shut to a UVP of 169,99 euro. If you can do without RGB lighting, Bluetooth and a removable microphone, you can also buy the cheaper model for 119.99 Euro.