Razer reveals Kaira X headset for Xbox Series X|S and PS5
New headsets, as well as charging stands for Xbox owners.
What you need to know
- Razer unveiled the Kaira X headset, with different models for Xbox Series X|S and PS5.
- The Kaira X comes in a variety of colors like Black, White, Electric Volt, Shock Blue and Pulse Red.
- The Razer Kaira X Black and White models are available now for $60, while the other colors are set to be available in October.
Razer announced the Kaira X headset lineup on Thursday. Different models of the the Kaira X are available, specifically tuned for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PS5. There's options for the Black, White, Electric Volt, Shock Blue and Pulse Red colors. Featuring 50mm drivers, the Kaira X uses a 3.5mm connection and are cross-compatible with most devices, including PC.
The Black and White models of the Kaira X are available now for $60, while the other colors are currently scheduled to arrive on October 14, 2021. Razer also introduced new Universal Quick Charging Stands for Xbox controllers, which are compatible with all the best Xbox Series X|S controllers.
Much like the Kaira X, these charging stands are available in Carbon Black, Shock Blue, Robot White, Pulse Red, and Electric Volt. These are currently available from Razer for $40. There's also a special Aqua Shift colored stand available for pre-order from Best Buy and the Microsoft Store, though it's a little extra at $50.
This news comes after Razer previously announced its Wolverine V2 Chroma controller, expanding its line of gaming accessories.
A new entry-level option
This headset is compatible with all your gaming consoles and PC, meaning it's a great option if you aren't looking to spend a lot of money.
Stay charged up
With a charging stand, you don't need to worry about wiring up your controllers in order to keep a full battery. Just plug your Xbox controller in whenever you're not using it.
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