The SteelSeries Arctis 3 is now available for purchase in three new colors. These new options join the white and black variants and are welcome since the Arctis 3 does not sport LED lighting.
If that wasn't enough, SteelSeries teamed up with the anti-bullying non-profit organization, Ditch the Label. And 10 percent of all Arctis Colors web shop proceeds will go to support the charity. The internals remain unchanged, featuring 7.1 surround sound support and a bi-directional microphone.
The Arctis 3 can be used with PC, Mac, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, VR and mobile devices. The new colored options will set you back $79.99.
Watch Surface Duo get ripped apart, all to get at its hinge
We've seen the Surface Duo delicately torn down by iFixit, but now it's time for a much messier teardown. YouTuber JerryRigEverything has ripped into Duo to get at its hinge, and it turns out it's a surprisingly simple setup.
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