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Razer Barracuda X wants to be your go-to headset for Switch, PS5, PC, and Android

Razer Barracuda X wants to be your go-to headset for Switch, PS5, PC, and Android

Razer today announced the Barracuda X headset, which it's pitching to consumers as a multi-platform headset that can be used across gaming and mobile devices. More specifically, Razer is targeting four different platforms with the Barracuda X: PC, Switch, PS5, and Android. In addition, the company says that users will be able to switch between all four platforms "seamlessly" thanks to the HyperSpeed Wireless USB-C dongle that it comes packed with.

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Razer Opus X headset serves up ANC at a surprising price

Razer Opus X headset serves up ANC at a surprising price

Razer today announced a follow-up to its Opus wireless headset, which launched a little over a year ago. This new over-the-ear headset is simply called the Razer Opus X and, like its predecessor, it offers a number of features including Active Noise Cancellation. The headset is even launching today, so Razer is wasting no time rolling this product out.

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SteelSeries Prime aims to remove bells and whistles, but keeps the RGB

SteelSeries Prime aims to remove bells and whistles, but keeps the RGB

The folks at SteelSeries wanted to create a gaming mouse that appeared to remove the "bells and whistles that can get in the way." As such, they've created the Prime line. The SteelSeries Prime lineup was released this week in several forms - three mice and a pair of headphones. There's the SteelSeries Prime, a mouse, Prime+ with customization options, Prime Wireless (a wireless mouse), and Arctis Prime - the headphones.

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HTC teams with iFixit to make repairing VIVE VR headsets easier

HTC teams with iFixit to make repairing VIVE VR headsets easier

HTC VIVE has announced that it is teaming up with iFixit to make replacement components for its VR headsets available to consumers. Many may be familiar with iFixit. It's a place that buys new gadgets and then rips them apart to make guides on repairing devices should they need repairs in the future. HTC VIVE has announced that iFixit will offer official VR system parts and accessories to allow customers to extend the life of their devices once the warranty expires.

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Bang & Olufsen Beoplay Portal gives Xbox Wireless Headset a painfully-priced rival

Bang & Olufsen Beoplay Portal gives Xbox Wireless Headset a painfully-priced rival

Bang & Olufsen announced today that it's getting into the business of making gaming headsets. Today the company introduced the Beoplay Portal, a wireless gaming headset being released under the Designed for Xbox program. Gamers might want to prepare for a bit of sticker shock though, because like many Bang & Olufsen cans, the Beoplay Portal is going to cost a pretty penny.

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Razer Anzu Smart Glasses is more like an open-ear headset

Razer Anzu Smart Glasses is more like an open-ear headset

When people talk about smart glasses, most probably think of something like the canceled Google Glass or some more hi-tech augmented reality eyewear. If that's the image you have in your head with Razer's first venture into smart eyewear, you might be very disappointed. Despite Razer calling the Anzu Smart Glasses, these specs are really more like audio glasses with some smart features, including protecting your eyes from harmful light coming from your computers or devices.

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Nreal Light AR glasses are coming to the US

Nreal Light AR glasses are coming to the US

Some consider AR or augmented reality to be the next step forward in computing. Unlike VR, AR mixes the real and the digital in an almost seamless manner, at least ideally speaking. That goal is difficult to pull off, however, with bulky and heavy headsets that require you to be chained to a desktop or a laptop. Lightweight and "normal-looking" AR glasses are the dream for this field of computing and Nreal might be bringing exactly that to the US and Europe in the next quarter.

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Samsung AR glasses concept videos look very ambitious

Samsung AR glasses concept videos look very ambitious

Every major tech company except Google might be working on some AR headset or another. While Google may have dropped the ball, rumors about Apple's own AR glasses refuse to die. Naturally, Samsung won't be left behind, at least not for long. It has, after all, already dabbled in virtual reality and it might be looking into jumping into augmented reality if these leaked concept videos indicate the company's future vision for such wearables.

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Xbox Wireless Headset borrows Surface Headphones tech but costs way less

Xbox Wireless Headset borrows Surface Headphones tech but costs way less

Microsoft today announced a new headset to go along with the Xbox Series X|S. Dubbed simply the new Xbox Wireless Headset, this is the first Microsoft-crafted headset we've seen in quite some time. If you haven't managed to get your hands on an Xbox Series X|S yet, this headset may still be worth picking up, as Microsoft says that it also works with Xbox One consoles, Windows 10 PCs, and mobile devices via Bluetooth.

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Phonak Naída Paradise gives power back to those with severe hearing loss

Phonak Naída Paradise gives power back to those with severe hearing loss

Most consumer electronics products these days cater to people with more or less regular physical capabilities. Most of the time, this leaves many people with physical handicaps feeling powerless, especially given how these technologies, like smartphones, enable experiences that some take for granted these days. Phonak, a leader in the hearing aid market, has been working to empower those with hearing loss for seventy years and its latest Naída Paradise promises to help people with severe hearing disabilities connect to devices and to the world at large.

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Next Magic Leap AR headset specs teased

Next Magic Leap AR headset specs teased

Although VR systems like the Facebook Oculus and HTC Vive get the lion's share of mass media coverage, they are often geared more towards entertainment with a pinch of productivity on the sides. In contrast, AR, at least the ones that involve headsets, is often marketed as something for more serious work, which is probably why most of these products are available only for enterprise customers. Magic Leap is one such product and its next-gen model has been teased with some rather modest upgrades.

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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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