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Microsoft Announces A New Xbox Wireless Headset After 7 Years

The last Xbox headset that we ever remember was probably the Xbox One Stereo Headset released back in 2014.

So it has been a while, but Microsoft finally announced their new Xbox Wireless Headset which seems to boast several features with a budget-friendly price.

With a sleek and minimal look, the Xbox Wireless Headset features dual beamforming microphones, voice isolation, spatial sound technology and an auto-mute function. All of which points to advocating crystal clear communication and background noise reduction. An adjustable mic and rotating cup dials are also included in the modern design.

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The headset works for Xbox systems, PCs and mobile devices through Bluetooth and boasts 15 hours of wireless play and a 30-minute charge for 4 hours of play over the USB-C. Customization will also be included for users to control their equalizer, auto-mute sensitivity, mute light brightness and mic monitoring.

However, it seems like the wireless headset doesn’t come with an audio jack for plug-and-play, unlike the PlayStation 5’s PULSE 3D Wireless Headset.

The Xbox Wireless Headset is priced at US$99 and will be released worldwide starting 16 March. Pre-orders are currently available at the Microsoft Store.

Or if you can’t wait, there’s always Razer’s Kaira Pro for the Xbox Series X.


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