In case you missed it, there were are a whole bunch of interesting gadgets announced this week, with one of the announcements made at E3. First up would be Gunnar, the world’s leading creator and manufacturer of computer and gaming eyewear, with its new line of cooperative styles in partnership with Razer…yup, the very folks responsible for bringing cool gaming peripherals like the mouse I’m using for my StarCraft/Diablo sessions.
The GUNNAR Designed by Razer collection unites GUNNAR’s patented i-AMP® lens technology, precision-engineered to reduce eye strain and improve the sharpness of high-resolution displays, with sleek signature black-and-green frames inspired by Razer’s iconic credo: “For Gamers. By Gamers.”
Next up, is SteelSeries, which happens to be a competitor to Razer and a leading global manufacturer of gaming peripherals. They introduced six new console gaming headsets. Combining more than a decade of global gaming expertise with tournament-tested insights from eSports professionals, SteelSeries Siberia headsets are designed to deliver a new level of comfort that console gamers have never felt before.
For Xbox One gamers, SteelSeries is introducing the Siberia X100, Siberia X300, and Siberia X800, each featuring a SteelSeries Xbox One adapter giving gamers fingertip control of volume, chat, and settings. For PlayStation gamers, the Siberia P100, Siberia P300, and Siberia P800 are designed for audio and communication on PS4.
The Xbox One models come at a slight premium compared to their PS4 counterparts, probably due to the adapter and support of Microsoft® 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound on Xbox One. Having said that, for price comparison of the latest gadgets and electronics like the SteelSeries Siberia headsets, check out shop2day.
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