Razer has this week announced a new addition to its line of audio products, which is a new wireless gaming headset called the ManO’War, it is said to be less susceptible to interference and audio dropouts than other wireless headsets on the market.

To do this, it will automatically scan channels on the 2.4GHz band to locate and attach to the clearest one, and uses what Razer says is an “advanced coding algorithm” to provide “lag-free performance”.

Razer also says that it has a wireless range of up to 30 feet, which can be expanded to a further 46 feet with the optional extension dock. It also features custom tuned 50mm Neodymium magnet drivers with virtual 7.1 channel audio and leatherette cushioned ear cups.

You will also find a unidirectional digital microphone boom on the headset, which is capable of being concealed within the left ear cup and uses an “optimized algorithm” for a more natural sound and clear voice reproduction.

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Razer product if it didn’t have lighting effects, so thankfully it does, with the addition of Chroma lighting, it can be set up with pre-loaded lighting effects or from your own, with over 16.8 million colour options.

The headset will be compatible with PCs, however, Razer says that it will also work with the PlayStation 4.

It will be available from the Razer Store from April 17th for $179.

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