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Razer Kaira Pro supports the Xbox, Android, and PC

Razer Kaira Pro supports the Xbox, Android, and PC

Razer has announced a new gaming headset that's aimed directly at gamers who game on multiple platforms called the Kaira Pro. The headset is designed specifically for the Xbox. It supports current generation consoles and the coming Xbox Series X and S. Since many gamers are playing games on multiple platforms, Kaira Pro will also work with the PC and Android devices.

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Classic Razer headphones, mouse, keyboards go PRO wireless

Classic Razer headphones, mouse, keyboards go PRO wireless

This week Razer released several classic peripherals in brand new editions with Razer HyperSpeed Wireless Technology enabled. The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro, DeathAdder V2 Pro, and BlackWidow V3 Pro are all now available with wireless iterations from the Razer store. Third-party sales will begin soon, too.

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Oculus Rift discontinued, focus now Quest VR for all

Oculus Rift discontinued, focus now Quest VR for all

Oculus announced today that they'll discontinue the Oculus Rift line of VR headsets entirely. The only current Rift device available from Oculus is the Oculus Rift S, but that'll soon be over as Oculus focuses all its efforts on single headset: Oculus Quest 2. This does NOT mean that there'll be no PC-based VR.

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HP OMEN accessories with Warp Wireless tech lets you cut more cords

HP OMEN accessories with Warp Wireless tech lets you cut more cords

While most PC gamers do their gaming on desktops or at least laptops laying on something flat, it doesn't mean they are fine being enslaved and tethered by cables. Notorious for being picky about both performance and appearances, gamers will most likely prefer to free themselves of cables and cords as long as they get the same powerful experience. That's the combination that HP is promising with three new OMEN accessories that come with its Warp Wireless technology to banish lag from wireless setups.

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Turtle Beach Stealth 700, Stealth 600 Gen 2 ready for next-gen consoles

Turtle Beach Stealth 700, Stealth 600 Gen 2 ready for next-gen consoles

Truly Wireless Stereo or TWS earbuds are all the rage on mobile these days but there will also be a class of consumers that demand a bit more reliability than what even the latest Bluetooth version offer. Gamers are particularly dependent on quality sounds not just for critical audio cues but also for clear communication with teammates. For those low-latency wireless needs, Turtle Beach is rolling out its second-gen Stealth 700 and Stealth 600 Headsets, just in time for the arrival of the next-gen Xbox and PlayStation consoles.

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Razer BlackShark V2 Review: Simply great

Razer BlackShark V2 Review: Simply great

The Razer BlackShark V2 and BlackShark V2 X are made for gamers at all levels. The BlackShark V2 is made to be the "definitive esports gaming headset" while the "X" version is meant to deliver JUST the essentials for a significantly lower price. If for no other reason than these headphones are exceedingly comfortable to wear for long periods of time, I recommend the BlackShark V2 for all gamers right out the gate.

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Logitech G Pro X gaming headset goes wireless with Lightspeed tech

Logitech G Pro X gaming headset goes wireless with Lightspeed tech

Around this time last year, Logitech G released the Pro X gaming headset, which was notable in part because it tapped into Blue’s microphone tech (Logitech purchased Blue back in 2017). Fast forward to today and the Pro X headset is back, only this time it’s bringing an important new feature with it: Lightspeed, which has long been at the center of many of Logitech’s wireless gaming peripherals.

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Oculus Quest Lite or 2 leaked in fancy new white

Oculus Quest Lite or 2 leaked in fancy new white

There's a new Oculus headset in the mix this week, leaked via social media with a single bright, high definition image. This piece of hardware looks a lot like the last couple of Oculus VR headsets, this time coming with a self-contained VR sensor system (likely built on Android) with a pair of Oculus controllers and a white color scheme.

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PuroPro ANC headphones review: protecting your hearing

PuroPro ANC headphones review: protecting your hearing

The death of the venerable headphone jack and the rise of Bluetooth headphones and earbuds have made consumers suddenly more conscious of their audio consumption habits and accessories. Graduating from the serviceable but plain earphones that come inside smartphone boxes, people are becoming more discerning about the quality of their listening experience.

Unfortunately, most people are less conscientious about the volume at which they're listening. Most people equate audio quality with volume but the PuroPro volume-limiting Hybrid ANC headphones are here to prove them wrong.

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HP Reverb G2 looks to be top-tier VR headset of tomorrow

HP Reverb G2 looks to be top-tier VR headset of tomorrow

The HP Reverb G2 represents a team-up of HP, Valve, and Microsoft, to create a virtual reality / mixed reality headset that'll top the rest. This device works with one 2K x 2K resolution per eye, and rolls with a 114-degree field of view. This headset is wired, worked with Windows Mixed Reality and SteamVR, and MSFT spatial audio - as well as HP Labs newest spatial audio format.

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Qualcomm promises 5G smartphone-powered XR Viewers really soon

Qualcomm promises 5G smartphone-powered XR Viewers really soon

When consumers hear of 5G and its blazing fast speeds, most will probably think about Netflix and downloads. 5G's full potential, however, isn't limited to just that, of course, and it can enable a whole host of new experiences, including everyone's favorite AR/VR/XR. It's no surprise then that Qualcomm is pushing smartphones powered by its 5G technologies to drive the next wave of lightweight XR headsets that it says will finally arrive sometime within the next year.

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Apple AR/VR headset controller test device leaked

Apple AR/VR headset controller test device leaked

Today we're looking at what's likely an internal testing device made by Apple for the near-future release of AR/VR experiences aplenty. This isn't the first we've seen of this sort of hardware - it's not particularly unlike hardware used by HTC and Oculus/Facebook for their own VR headsets. This new leaked look at Apple hardware is almost certainly meant for internal testing only, as it has a certain... unrefined sort of look.

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