What you need to know
- ASTRO.ID allows you to customize gear from Astro with over 45,000 color combinations.
- The first customizable device from Astro is the ASTRO.ID A40 TR Headset.
- The ASTRO.ID TR Headset is available from Astro for $200 (opens in new tab).
Astro earned a solid reputation among gamers for its gaming headsets and hardware. Now, gamers can add a splash of personality to Astro hardware through ASTRO.ID. The program allows people to customize hardware. The first device that can be customized through ASTRO.ID is the ASTRO.ID A40 TR Headset, which can be personalized with over 45,000 color combinations. The ASTRO.ID A40 TR Headset is available from Astro for $200 (opens in new tab).
People can customize several parts of the headset, including the frame, cushions, cable/mic, and tags. You can also randomly create a selection. You can share your creations with your friends or drop a hint at what you'd like as a gift in the future.
The headset is a customizable version of the Astro 40 TR that we reviewed earlier this year. In his review, our senior Xbox editor, Jez Corden, highlighted the headset's "great sound performance," "robust materials and good build quality," and its "modernized design."
The ASTRO.ID A40 TR Headset costs $200. It will also be available in a bundle with a MixAmp Pro TR for either Xbox One/PC or PS4/PC for $300. ASTRO.ID is only available in the United States.
Sean Endicott brings nearly a decade of experience covering Microsoft and Windows news to Windows Central. He joined our team in 2017 as an app reviewer and now heads up our day-to-day news coverage. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at firstname.lastname@example.org (opens in new tab).
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