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Viper V370 Headset Review

Viper V370 Headset Review As I am already using their V770 keyboard, I thought it best to check out their V370 headset. Boasting 7.1 Virtual Surround, Full RGB lighting, powerful bass and a foldable mic, I had to check them out. Unboxing was pretty simple, a bag was included to keep your headset safe. There were spare ear cups, which was a nice addition. There is also an envelope with instructions...[Read More]

Review: RevoNext QT3 In-Ear Wired Earphones

RevoNext’s QT3 are a pair of wired in-ear headphones that deliver quad driver audio performance at a lower than usual price-point. They come nicely packaged in a small cardboard box with two individual earpieces, a detachable cable with velcro strap, an instruction leaflet and both small and large ear-tips to go with the fitted medium pair. QT3 are available in both black and gray colours an...[Read More]

Razer’s Latest Kit Review

Razer’s Latest Kit Review Razer is heading out into their second foray of the mobile phone market, but that isn’t stopping them from releasing more gaming peripherals. They were very nice to send some to the Droid Horizon office for us to check out. Headsets Ifrit A new headset specifically designed for streamers – it’s an ‘earset’ design with cardioid cheek microphone, and compatible with a...[Read More]

Review: Mbuynow True Wireless Touch-TWS In-Ear Headphones

You’re probably aware of the completely wireless airpods that Apple released a couple of years ago. However while the idea of not having any wires to get snagged or tangled is definitely appealing, their style and especially their price tag will not suit everyone. This Touch-TWS budget headset from Mbuynow aims to do the same job but at a more easily replaceable price (should you happen to lose an...[Read More]

Review: Dodocool DA168 Portable Headphone Charging Case

As more and more people move away from wired earphones to wireless Bluetooth alternatives, the main disadvantage has to be the need to repeatedly recharge their tiny internal batteries. To make things easier, Dodocool have DA168 – a headphone storage case with built-in power bank that allows you to top-up on the road. At about 4″ x 3″ x 1.5″ this black silicone case will ac...[Read More]

Review: BlitzWolf BTS1 In-Ear Bluetooth Earphones

BlitzWolf’s BTS1 sports style Bluetooth earphones come packaged inside a nice zipped carry case with an instruction leaflet, Micro USB charging cable, plus a selection of silicone ear-tips and hooks to ensure you get a good fit. Two barrel-shaped earpieces are connected by a thin wire that has an embedded 3-button in-line remote. On the side this remote also has the charging port hidden behi...[Read More]

Review: Sennheiser SDW5016 Wireless Headset

For office workers, juggling calls from your desk phone, soft phone (Skype) and mobile can be a hassle. Consumer audio specialists Sennheiser now have a solution aimed at the business market that gives staff a single wireless headset that can switch between phones at the touch of a button. Everything comes together thanks to the desk stand which acts as a DECT base unit and wireless charger for th...[Read More]

Review: EasySMX Cool 2000 Wired Over-Ear Gaming Headset

The Cool 2000 is a large over-the-ear headset that uses 3 wired cables to connect to your gaming PC by plugging two audio jacks into the 3.5mm microphone and audio-out sockets, plus a USB cable to power the lights. It comes packaged in a cardboard box along with instructions and an adapter that combines the audio and mic jacks into a single 3.5mm jack allowing this headset to also be used with you...[Read More]

SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Review

SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless Review The SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless is the big daddy of gaming headsets from SteelSeries. Featuring a wireless transmitter for your device of choice, these are aimed at serious gamers, offering the sound and performance they would require. The SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless looks very similar to the Arctis 3 I looked at before. Though it is rocking an all-bl...[Read More]

SteelSeries Arctis 3 Bluetooth Review

SteelSeries Arctis 3 Bluetooth Review The Arctis 3 Bluetooth comes to us from SteelSeries, positioning itself as the goto headset for gaming and commuting. Throwing in Bluetooth technology into their Arctis lineup means that the possibilities are endless for how to enjoy these. The headset is made from plastic, which makes the whole thing incredibly light. The earcups are the star of the show, wit...[Read More]

HAVIT I18 Rechargeable Noise-free Stereo Headset Review

HAVIT I18 Rechargeable Noise-free Stereo Headset Review Havit are another brand which I haven’t had much experience with. Checking their website I can see they make really great looking hardware, including headphones. Such as the I18, which offer a premium look for a cheap price.The I18 from Havit, have a premium look and feel to them. They are weighty and sport a metallic aluminum alloy for...[Read More]

Intempo Engage 3D Virtual Reality Headset Review

Intempo Engage 3D Virtual Reality Headset Review Mobile VR is becoming a big thing with Samsung Gear VR and Google Daydream. This means that smaller cheaper alternatives are coming out, bring VR to the masses. One such company is Intempo, who have released their Engage VR headset. At under £15, this is definitely a great way to introduce people to VR. Taking the headset out of the box, I  was gree...[Read More]

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