Razer just unveiled the new Thresher Ultimate Gaming headset for Xbox One and PC.

The Razer Thresher Ultimate is a Dolby 7.1 surround sound headset that maxes out the audio bandwidth available on the Xbox One and Xbox One X. It sports 50mm drivers and leather-style cups, complete with memory foam for maximum comfort. There are also optional cups infused with coolant gel to make long gaming sessions more comfortable. And they're completely wireless.

Here's everything you need to know.

Razer claims that the Thresher Ultimate headset is the "most reliable" wireless Xbox headset, designed to support connections of up to 40 feet. Microsoft worked directly with Razer to ensure maximum compatibility across the Xbox One family.

The Thresher comes with a retractable unidirectional microphone for voice communication. The audio controls are on the cans themselves, meaning there are no fiddly adapters and you don't have to dive into the Xbox One settings to adjust sound.

Here are some quick specs.

Razer Thresher Ultimate tech specs

Category Specification
Price $249.99 (€279.99)
Launch date July 2017
Audio 50 mm drivers with neodymium magnets and 7.1 Dolby Surround
Radio frequency 2.4 GHz
Frequency response 12 Hz to 28,000 Hz
Impedance 320 at 1 KHz
Sensitivity (@1 kHz, 1 V/Pa): 105 dB +/- 2 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio >55 dB
Size 196 mm x 214 mm x 104.8 mm
Weight 0.89 lbs (408 g)
Wireless 2.4 Ghz, 40-ft range
Cup design Noise-isolating, leatherette with memory foam (coolant gel option)
Controls Mic and master volume sliders on headset
Features Comfortable with eyewear, temple indentations, and they come with adocking station
Microphone Retractable, unidirectional, and it can be hidden
Battery 16 hours (estimated)

You can preorder the Razer Thresher over at Razerzone.com right here.

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It's headset season over at E3 2017, and there are some amazing devices emerging that support both Dolby Atmos and the new Xbox wireless protocol. Stay tuned to Windows Central as we plan on reviewing all the things to let you know which ones suck, and which ones rock. The Razer Thresher looks like it'll fit nicely into the latter category.