This week Razer announced the launch of the latest headset in their line.

Called the ManO’War 7.1, it is an analog-digital wired gaming headset, with features that Razer have taken from the recently launched wireless version of the ManO’War.

It features 50mm drivers, with the capability of delivering virtual 7.1 surround sound and the ability to customise the sound via Razer’s Synapse software.

It also comes with sound isolation technology inbuilt, along with in-line volume controls and a retractable MEMS boom mic.

It also has a DAC built right in, with a 3.5 audio jack cable for compatibility with a range of platforms, including the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

It is available for pre-order from Razer’s website now, and will be available fully in October 2016. It is priced at USD $119.99 or EUR 134.99€.

You can find out more about it at the source link below.

Source: Razer

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