You’re in luck if you liked Razer’s Kaira headset but didn’t miss the additional cost or pairing of a wireless sit to your console. Razer has launched a $60 Kaira X path that presents the core functionality of its predecessor to PlayStation and Xbox gamers, exactly with a 3.5 mm cabled joining — and, of course, a $40 lower expenditure. You’ll still get the 50 mm “TriForce” motorists( albeit without a titanium-coated diaphragm ), cardioid boom mic and on-headset authorities, and the cable opens the door to virtually any device with a standard headphone jack.
The changes beyond that largely boil down to color. The Kaira X for PlayStation is available only in a Sony-friendly black-and-white design, while the Xbox variant is available in five colours that include black, lily-white, and three eye-searing colors( blue, red and “volt” light-green) that parallel official Xbox Wireless Controllers. Exclusively the more solemn shades of either version are available now, though, as the three brighter Xbox options will only be available for pre-order on October 14 th.
Don’t perturb if you’re happy to spend more. Razer has also introduced a “White Suite” of Xbox peripherals that include brand-new colours of the Kaira and Kaira Pro as well as a Wolverine V2 gamepad. They’re on sale now for the same $100, $150 and $100 respective costs as other editions. You can also pick up a Universal Quick Charging Stand for Xbox controllers for $40, or $50 if you buy one in an Aqua Shift colorway.
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