Razer intros ManO’War gaming headset

Razer intros ManO’War gaming headset

Razer has announced a new gaming headset called ManO’War. The new device comes with wireless technology inside so you won’t have to deal with cables around you and in addition to this it features high-fidelity, gaming grade audio along with a number of nice features.

“The Razer ManO’War combines the perfect balance of wireless performance, comfort and durability in a gaming-grade headset,” says Razer Co-Founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan. “The freedom to play without wires, uninterrupted, with the comfort, sound quality and incredible battery life of this headset is more than exciting for gamers – it’s critical.”

The headset comes with multiple wireless antennas, frequency scanning features for locating the clearest channel and an advanced coding algorithm that ensures high-performance and lag-free 2.4 GHz wireless experience. The ManO’War also features a small-sized wireless USB adapter that provides plug-and-play connectivity from up to 12 meters/39 feet. In addition to this the device comes with an optional extension dock that increases the operational range to 14 meters/46-foot range.

Inside the ManO’War comes with custom tuned 50 mm Neodymium magnet drivers and a unidirectional digital microphone boom that easily pulls-out when needed and that can be adjusted to whatever position is desired. Since the Razer ManO’War is a wireless headset Razer has made sure that the battery lasts – the device can run for 14 hours of continuous wireless use on a single charge. In addition to all this the ManO’War comes with support for Razer Chroma, which allows gamers to explore a practically limitless number of possible lighting profiles. The headset supports 16.8-million colors and custom color schemes and it even comes with preloaded lighting options.

The new Razer ManO’War wireless headset will be available in the USA on April 17 and worldwide in May 2016. The headset will sell for USD 169.99 in the USA and EUR 199.99 in the European Union.

Source: Razer

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