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Mad Catz Gears of War 3 audio peripherals for Xbox 360

Posted in gaming accessories by Reuben Drake on July 20th, 2011

Mad Catz, makers of all kinds of third party gaming peripherals and accessories, has just announced some new Gears of War 3 gear with some licensed GoW3 audio devices for the Microsoft Xbox 360. They intend to ship them in time for the game’s launch later this year.

They are available for pre-order now. There is the Throat Communicator, the Performance Stereo Gaming Headset and the Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound Headset for $29.99, $99.99 and $179.99. You gotta have the gear for Gears Of War.

Turtle Beach limited edition Modern Warfare 3 headsets

Posted in Games by Reuben Drake on July 19th, 2011

The headset above is one of four limited edition offerings from Turtle Beach and Activision. The headsets all have the same design style, but offer different specialties. There is the $300 Ear Force Delta which is based on the XP500 programmable virtual 7.1 headset and comes with a custom travel-case and MW3 sound presets.

Then there is the $150 Ear Force Bravo, which is a version of the PX3. It has the same presets as the Delta in wireless stereo. Next is the $130 Ear Force Charlie with discrete 5.1 and eight drivers. Lastly is the $100 Ear Force Foxtrot; a PX21 universal stereo headset. So you have your choice soldiers.

Sennheiser outs new Gaming Headsets

Posted in Sennheiser by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2010

Sennheiser has expanded its gaming headset lineup with four new sets. There’s the flagship Sennheiser PC 360, the surround sound PC 333D and PC 163D, and the PC 330 G4ME.

These should make your games sound pretty awesome. The flagship PC 360s have been available overseas for some time, but now they’re arriving in the U.S. for $299. They feature Sennheiser Open-Aire speaker technology, sport a volume control on the right ear cup, and the mic can be muted just by lifting it up. These should make gaming easier on the ears, while not hitting the wallet too hard.

Logitech Wireless Headset H760 lands for pre-order

Posted in Logitech by Shane McGlaun on August 20th, 2010

Logitech has announced a new wireless headset is coming to market that is aimed at the office type or home user who makes lots of VoIP calls and voice chats from the computer. The headset is called the Wireless Headset H760. The thing is up for pre-order right now.

Exactly when the headset will ship is unknown. The pre-order price is $99.99. For that much money, you get a headset that uses behind the ear style for comfort. That style should also keep your hairdo neat as well. The ear pads are sculpted foam and pivot.

Sony offers new stylish gaming headsets

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2010

These headsets are unusually stylish. If they didn’t have the Sony logo I would think they were from a high-end audio company. Whether you are gaming, Skyping or whatever, the DR-350USB, DR-320DPV and DR-31DPV headsets will let you do it in style when they drop in March.

The DR-350USB (above) is available in Gold, Black and Red and has a built-in Microphone and a little remote that controls the volume. The DR-320DPV is just like it, but without a mute function. It also has a volume control and comes in gold, blue, red and black.

Hands On with the iTami FiTrainer virtual coach

Posted in Exercise Gadgets,Review by Darrin Olson on January 7th, 2009

iTami FiTrainer headsetReviewing a technology gadget is usually is fair amount of work anyway, but trying out the FiTrainer from iTami turned out to be a little more than I had bargained for. The FiTrainer is essentially a customizable, virtual fitness coach with direct access to your current level of exertion and your ears.

The device is essentially a pair of somewhat-large headphones with a built in heart-rate monitor, music and voice prompts to continuously keep you in the “right” zone for your workout. Users enter in the type of workout and their age and then start exercising. The voice inside the headset guides you through the rest.

Andrea Electronics rolls with new Bluetooth headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on October 8th, 2008

PureAudio Bluetooth Noise Canceling Headset (BT-200)

Andrea Electronics is launching a new noise-canceling Bluetooth headset for when you are driving. It is called the PureAudio Bluetooth Noise Canceling Headset (BT-200) and you’ll find it pricing around $90.

The PureAudio Bluetooth Noise Canceling Headset (BT-200) is said to be a simple to use wireless headset which includes the company’s spin on noise canceling technology. This technology draws from the company’s roots in “developing military-grade intercom systems dating back to the 1960’s”

Verizon offering new Motorola mobile products

Posted in Mobile Phones by Nino Marchetti on October 7th, 2008

Motorola Rapture VU30

Verizon Wireless, besides announcing the Samsung Sway, also unveiled this week two new Motorola handsets and a Bluetooth headset. These new devices are the the Motorola Rapture VU30 and the MOTO VU204 as well as the MOTOPURE H15 Universal Bluetooth Headset. Pricing for these devices is around $130, $30 and $100, respectively.

The Rapture VU30 is the more advanced of the two new mobiles. It comes in a clamshell design Verizon says has a touch-sensitive external display. It does the usual Verizon music services and can also capture digital pictures, offering a dedicated shutter button for the 2.0 megapixel camera. Memory is expandable up to 8GB and you can get turn-by-turn audible driving directions.

New Plantronics Bluetooth headset sports dual mics

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on September 19th, 2008

Plantronics Voyager 835

Plantronics unveiled this week a new Bluetooth headset which is dual-mic developed for isolating voice signals. It is called the Voyager 835 and it will set you back around $120.

The Voyager 835 offers up something called Dual-Mic AudioIQ, “a combination of its proprietary DSP algorithm which intelligently optimizes audio levels and fidelity on both sides of a conversation, with precisely configured dual microphones to significantly reduce background noise.” The dual microphones reportedly work with one capturing voice while the other filters out background noise.

Joby rolls out Zivo Boom Bluetooth extendable headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on August 11th, 2008

Joby Zivo Boom

Joby, a developer of consumer electronics accessories, announced today a new wireless headset which actually looks quite cool. It is called the Joby Zivo Boom and you’ll find it pricing around $130.

The Joby Zivo Boom comes with a rather interesting retractable boom microphone as part of its somewhat hip design. It is Bluetooth 2.1 compatible, offers up 10 hours of talk time and includes a set of interchangeable earpieces.

GN Netcom releases titanium Bluetooth headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on July 23rd, 2008

Jabra JX20 Pura

GN Netcom, best known for its Jabra headset brand, is now making available a new titanium headset – said to be the first of its kind. The Jabra JX20 Pura prices around $150.

The Jabra JX20 Pura is a Bluetooth-enabled wireless headset made of brushed anodized titanium and offset by a black trim. It weighs less than half-an-ounce and was designed by a Danish designer. It makes use of digital sound processing and intelligent volume control to offer what is described as better sound.

BlueAnt updates popular Bluetooth headset

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on June 16th, 2008

BlueAnt Z9i

BlueAnt Wireless announced today an enhanced version of its popular Z9 Bluetooth headset. The new one is known as the Z9i and pricing is around $100.

The BlueAnt Z9i offers up both large and small interchangeable ear gels as well as two types of ear hooks to create a more customized feel. It weighs around 0.35 ounces, measures 1.5-inches in length and can connect with up to five Bluetooth devices.

Motorola debuts two new Bluetooth headsets

Posted in Headsets by Nino Marchetti on June 14th, 2008

Motorola H560Motorola took the wraps this week off of a couple of new stylish Bluetooth headsets. This new models are the H620 and H560 (pictured). No specific pricing information was released.

Motorola said the H620 is the first Bluetooth headset “optimized for the car.” What the means, the company said, is that the headset sports noise reduction and echo cancellation technology in addition to automatically adjusting the volume as road noise increases.

New Jawbone Bluetooth headset from Aliph

Posted in Headsets by Darrin Olson on May 15th, 2008

New Jawbone headset from AliphAliph has just released a sequel to their popular Jawbone headset with a new Jawbone headset which has a slightly new look and improved noise canceling features from the original. The new Jawbone is currently available from the Jawbone website or from AT&T for $129.99 in black only, with more colors to come.

This new Jawbone looks to have a little softer look to it, doing away with the mesh metal grid look and replacing it with a metal diamond pattern. The ear hook also has a softer, stitched cover for a more comfortable look and feel.

PSP Skype headset now available in the U.S.

Posted in PSP by Darrin Olson on May 9th, 2008

Skype headset for the Sony PSPIf you have a PSP slim and you’re up to date with the firmware you may have been thinking about taking advantage Skype through the Wi-Fi connection on your PSP. One of the hurdles might have been getting your hands on a headset to use with the Skype feature, which seems to have taken an awful long time. In fact, you may remember that the Japan launch was delayed due to something wrong with the headset microphone.

Well, now SCEA has finally come around and yesterday launched the Skype compatible headset to make it easier to get some free VoIP calls from your PSP – one more thing that makes that portable game console just plain cool. The headset comes with stereo sound and a microphone for $30, which is more than we had heard, but at least its available now.

PSP Skype Headset via PSPFanBoy

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