It’s been a long time since Bigfoot’s first-gen Killer K1 network card first tried to persuade us that $150 is a reasonable price for a NIC, and now the company is back with two new products. As with their predecessor, the Killer Xeno Ultra and Killer Xeno Pro promise reduced pings, but they now add voice chat offloading.
The Bigfoot Killer Xeno Pro is the new entry-level card (on the right in the picture above), and has a 400MHz Freescale 8314 processor together with the audio processor for VoIP, 128MB of RAM and a PCI Express x1 interface. Ports consist of 3.5-mm input and output connectors, an RJ-45 port and a single USB 2.0 port.
As for the Bigfoot Killer Xeno Ultra, that doubles the memory and adds an 8-panel, 14-segment LED display for those with window PC cases. The Pro will ship in April, priced at $129.99, while the Ultra will ship in May, priced at $179.99.
[via Tech Report]