Razer, a leading gaming peripheral company has now launched their latest budget headphone – Razer Kaira X for Playstation and Xbox gamers. The company has also launched an Xbox controller charger stands, Kaira Pro headphones, and a brand new Wolverine V2 controller.
The headphone comes with a 3.5mm audio jack. It uses a bendable cardioid microphone and comes with noise suppression. Volume controls and a mute button can be found on the side of the Kaira X. All Kaira X models use a standard headphone plug. This means it will work with any device with a 3.5mm jack, regardless of which version you get.
This allows cross-platform compatibility. The Kaira X for PlayStation is available in a black and white design but the Xbox headset is available in five color variants that include black, white, blue, red, and “volt” green, to match with the official Xbox Wireless Controllers.
Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer’s peripherals business unit, recently stated “With the new Kaira X, gamers now have even more choice when it comes to picking their perfect Razer headset for either Xbox, PlayStation, or PC. And with the vibrant new range of colors on the Kaira X and charging stands, and the sleek white colors on the Kaira, Kaira Pro, and Wolverine V2, gamers can be as bold and bright as their hardware”
The Razer Kaira X headset is now available for purchase in the US, via Razer’s official websites and authorized resellers. The cost of this headset is $59.99 (4442.7 INR). This is significantly cheaper than the $100 Kaira headphones and $150 Kaira Pro headphones. Pre-orders for the additional colors for the Xbox-compatible controllers start on 14th October. Razer stated that it is providing up to two years of warranty and tech support for the Kaira X.Customers purchasing directly from its online store will be eligible to get 14 days of risk-free returns.
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