SureFire, the gaming brand from Verbatim, recently presented two new gaming headsets, which are located in the mid-range and lower price range, respectively, and are supposed to convince with their eye-catching design, among other things.
Surround headset Harrier 360
The 360-degree Surround Headset Harrier 360 offers virtual 7.1 stereo surround sound and is wired (USB-A port). Visually, it is supposed to convince with large illuminated ear cups, whose RGB area is covered with a mesh-like structure. The lighting can be controlled via a control attached to the cable in a total of three modes – besides a fixed color, a color change can be initiated or the lighting can be turned off. Furthermore, the headset is equipped with a padded headband and a detachable microphone.
Camouflage headset Skirmish
The Skirmish headset is much more visually striking than the Harrier 360, which is already eye-catching in its own right. Thus, it features a camouflage pattern that includes neon green elements alongside black ones. Like the Harrier 360, it is wired, but uses a 3.5 mm jack cable. The Skirmish is also equipped with side-mounted RGB elements, an omnidirectional microphone that can be muted when needed, and stereo 2.0 sound.