Creative presents new wireless gaming headset

Creative presents new wireless gaming headset

Creative Labs has prepared a new gaming headset for hardcore gamers out there. The new wireless gaming gear will be known as Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless Gaming Headset and will become available this fall.

The new headset comes with two 50 mm Full Spectrum headphones that support frequencies from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, SBX Sound Studio Pro technology, TacticProfile sound interface as well as virtual 7.1-channel sound.

Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless Gaming Headset also offers the SB Prism RGB LED technology that allows the user to choose from 16 million colors to illuminate the internal side of each headphone speaker in accordance with the music listened or the game played. The technology also allows the headset to pulse in real time along with the audio stream.

In Europe the Sound Blaster Tactic3D Rage Wireless Gaming Headset will cost 100 EUR and at the end of September gamers can purchase the wired version of the same headset for 80 EUR.


Source: Techinvestornews.com

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