Corsair's new HS80 RGB WIRELESS headset debuts for $150
JBL takes the shotgun approach for its debut in the gaming industry. Seven release models targeting the popular price brackets will see JBL compete with Kingston, SteelSeries, Turtle Beach and Sennheiser in different price markets. Read on to find out more.
At Php6,999, this is a great deal compared to the $250 SRP of the XPG Precog and given its excellent sound quality and detail plus its high versatility make it a great choice for any gaming use. Its not every day we get a good competitor for the HyperX but the XPG Precog is a great alternative for major returns. Read on to find out more in #B2G review
Yeti X is expected to be available at US retailers in October 2019 for the suggested retail prices of $169.99.
HyperX finally shipping out their most high-end headset yet: the HyperX Cloud Orbit and Orbit S both featuring 100m Audeze planar magnetic drivers. HyperX Cloud Orbit and Cloud Orbit S are available for $299.99 MSRP and $329.99 MSRP through HyperX's network of retail and e-tail outlets.
Decent value for decent audio. The Logitech G331 gaming headset is a good, entry-level option for those looking to get their first gaming headset. Its not all-purpose solution and there's no RGB hehe. Find out if the Logitech G331 is right for you in this #B2G review
Sennheiser brings their latest products after announcing new partnership with JB Music
ASUS' new flagship headset boasts both wired/wireless modes, support for both PC, console and mobile gaming and a nifty on-ear control touch plate. There's plenty to like about the ROG STRIX Fusion 700, but with a premium asking price, its definitely not something everyone would run out and buy. But it does look really cool. Find out more about the ROG Strix Fusion 700 wired/wireless gaming headset in this #B2G review.