We take a hands-on look at the Bose Quiet Comfort (QC) 15 Headphones on video for you!read more
Turtle Beach, most commonly known for their high quality gaming headphones announced today their newest brand of Ear Force headsets; XP400 and XP300 premium wireless gaming.
The biggest improvement being a more affordable Bluetooth chat that the previous XP500 headset featured, while adding the ease of rechargeable batteries and new 5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi RF wireless technology.
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Technology that is specifically tailored for the needs of women seem to have been emerging more and more as of late. The most popular one that I can recall was that of the HTC Bliss. The title of the particular article read: “HTC Bliss, A Phone for the Woman in You“. The article was on a leak of HTC’s plans to release a phone that was specifically engineered for the comforts of a woman.read more
Sony has recently announced the eventual release of their newest addition to the PlayStation 3 accessory lineup, the “Official PS3 Wireless Stereo Headset.” The headset should be available by September of this year with a pricey MSRP of $99.99. It features 7.1 surround sound, giving you the ability to hear the slightest sounds in games, which should definitely help in those first-person shooter games. We also have a retractable microphone with mute, volume controls, and on screen battery status.
The Wireless headset comes with a USB Dongle to connect to PS3 for receiving which tells us that this may not be a Bluetooth enabled and probably would connect by using another form of radio frequency. How it will actually sound and feel around the ear is anybody’s guess until it is released. Remember that gaming headset should be something that gamers can use for hours without and annoying problems like heat or pain. We will follow up with device once it is released in stores.
Sony states on their site that you can enjoy hi-fidelity sound for movies and music, “but the Surround sound on the PS3 requires system software version 3.70 or later and Surround Sound does not work with Blu-ray Disc movies.”read more