Appropriately called the Recon Camo, Turtle Beach's latest gaming headset takes on a decidedly military aesthetic. And given its close proximity to the November 3 launch of Call of Duty: WWII, it's pretty obvious what crowd Turtle Beach is going after here.
Aside from its camo flourishes, the Recon Camo headset is pretty standard fare. Included is a pair of 50mm over-ear speakers, a detachable mic, and in-line controls for master volume and mic muting. The headset is also compatible with anything that packs a 3.5mm headphone jack, including Xbox One and PS4 controllers, PCs, and mobile devices.
If the Recon Camo looks like it's up your alley, it's available now for $69.95.
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Microsoft’s ‘Project Latte’ aims to bring Android apps to Windows 10
Microsoft is working on a software solution that would allow app developers to bring their Android apps to Windows 10 with little to no code changes by packaging them as an MSIX and allowing developers to submit them to the Microsoft Store. The project is codenamed 'Latte' and I'm told it could show up as soon as next year.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Where to find all of the Abilities & Upgrades
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is Ubisoft's most recent adventure bringing medical England to life through the eyes of a Viking named Eivor. Build your arsenal of devastating combat moves called Abilities, and become a Viking warlord with this comprehensive list of all the abilities and their locations.
Review: EufyCam 2 Kit is the best home-security setup with no fees
If you're looking for a sound home security camera system, Eufy is your best bet. All your video data is kept local, with no cloud storage, and there are no subscriptions whatsoever. Combined with excellent features, low-light ability, and a battery that lasts a year, Eufy is way better than Ring. Here's why.
Need more USB 3.0 ports? You need one of these great hubs.
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