Microsoft’s eagerly awaited Xbox Wireless Headset is now available for purchase in 30 markets worldwide for $99.99.
“Launching today, the Xbox Wireless Headset offers best-in-class audio and chat performance, a comfortable and intuitive design, and unique experiences customizable to each gamer,” Microsoft’s Navin Kumar writes. “With all these benefits, we are raising the bar for mid-tier wireless headsets.”
Microsoft says that key features include:
Best-in-class audio and chat performance. The Xbox Wireless Headset features low latency, lossless audio, supports spatial sound technologies like Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos, and DTS Headphone:X, has crystal clear chat with intelligent microphone features, voice isolation tuning, auto-mute, and customization functionality through the Xbox Accessories app.
Comfortable and intuitive design. Microsoft used high-quality materials and finishes, and the headset has a durable frame with an inner metal headband, rubberized dial rings for grip, and a fully adjustable mic you can tuck up and out of the way. It’s lightweight and at just 11 ounces, has large ear cups and a thick headband cushion to fit a wide range of ear and head sizes, and has earcup dials for volume and game/chat balance, and on-ear controls for power, mute, and pairing. The headset provides up to 15 hours of battery life, fully charges in 3 hours, and can get 4 hours of charge in just 30 minutes.
Compatibility and connectivity. You can pair the Xbox Wireless Headset with multiple devices, including Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows 10 PCs, and you can use Bluetooth to connect with mobile devices. You can also pair with your phone and Xbox simultaneously.
Additionally, Microsoft has partnered with Dolby to offer free Dolby Atmos for Headphones activations on all Xbox Wireless Headsets until September 30, 2021.
You can find the Xbox Wireless Headset on Xbox.com or from a local retailer.
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