Microsoft Announces High-Quality Xbox Wireless Headset

Microsoft will be a part of the high-quality headset family by inventing a brand new Xbox Wireless Headset. The new headset is estimated to be released on March 16, and as a celebration, Microsoft has published a launch trailer to sound its arrival.

The upcoming wireless headset is estimated to be of a high standard, allowing players to emerge into the future of gaming audio. The headset will be compatible with Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Windows 10 PCs and has some quite exciting features that gamers would love to hear about. Below you can find some of the exceptional characteristics as provided by Microsoft:

  • Best-in-Class Audio and Chat Performance
  • Outstanding Design and Comfort
  • ~15 hours of battery life when the headset is not in use
  • Supports Bluetooth
  • Dual beamforming microphone
  • Voice isolation tuning
  • Supports Sonic, Dolby Atmos, DTS Headphone:X

Scott Wang, senior design researcher who’s working on the Xbox Wireless Headset, stated the following:

We’ve learned that gaming is a deeply social activity. Especially nowadays, given the state of the world, gaming and communicating with others is a critical need. The team took a human-centered approach to design a headset that removes the unnecessary distractions so that players can focus on the game and their friends.

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