[Press Release] Razer Announces Electra Gaming Headset For Smartphone & PC Users
Oh look at what we have here. As usual, the awesome guys at Razer can't stop churning out the good stuff; every time with new radical changes that leaves us jaw dropping at their high end gamer targeted peripherals.
Their latest creation is the Razer Electra. Classified under the 'Essential' category, this is an entry level gaming headset that has been targeted at the smartphone sector. The Electra comes with two 3.5mm jacks out of which one is a dedicated headphone jack and the other has along with the headphones, a microphone integrated inside it for use with the latest current smartphones available in the market such as Apple's iPhone, Blackberrys and HTC Android/WP7 based handsets.
The Electra also comes with soft ear cushions that change shape and adjust according to the surface placed on; in other words one fits all! This entry level headset will be available for the price of $79.99 MSRP. So if you're one of those smart phone geeks and addicted to playing Angry Birds, this should be your next buy.
Scroll down for the official press release:
Hit the streets fearlessly when you’ve got your music and mobile gaming audio powered by the Razer Electra. Hear the high scores racking up on your smartphone or the thumping bass of a rocking song in absolute crisp clarity as the slick headset deliver every sound and note with great depth and balance. Featuring thick leatherette ear cushions that mold to the shape of your ears, and optimally positioned ear cups to boost sound isolation, you’ll only hear good vibrations at all times. With a flexible headband structure and lightweight frame, the Razer Electra was designed for long-lasting comfortable wear so you can stay plugged into the soundtrack of your life with no fatigue. Make communication easy just by swapping out your audio cable for one with a microphone. Keep the rhythm going and fight on when you wear the Razer Electra, for gaming on the go.
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