The Razer Kaira X wired gaming headset has been launched for PlayStation and Xbox gamers. The new member of the Razer gaming headset series is equipped with a TriForce 50mm driver and HyperClear cardioid microphone for optimal audio performance. The Razer Kaira X has on-board controls, a padded headband, and Flowknit memory foam ear cushions, which the company claims provide additional comfort. The PlayStation version of Razer Kaira X only offers black and white options, while the Xbox version is available in five different colors.

Razer Kaira X price, availability

The Razer Kaira X headset is priced at US$59.99 (approximately Rs 4,400) in the United States. It can now be purchased in the United States through Razer’s official website and authorized dealers. Razer said it will provide up to two years of warranty and technical support for the headset. The company added that customers who bought directly from its online store will be eligible for a 14-day risk-free return.

The Xbox version of this gaming headset comes in five colors-black, blue, green, red and white. The Razer Kaira X PlayStation version is only available in black and white. There is no news about the headset being launched in India.

Razer Kaira X specifications, features

The Razer Kaira X headphones use the brand’s Triforce 50mm drivers and are equipped with oval ear cushions. The frequency response range of Kaira X is 20Hz–20,000Hz, and the impedance is 32 ohms. It is suitable for Windows Sonic spatial sound technology. The new gaming headset has no noise reduction function. In addition, the company did not disclose the battery life of the Razer Kaira X.

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Razer said that this new gaming headset is compatible with PlayStation, PC, Mac, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices. The headphone cord is 1.3 meters long and has a 3.5 mm jack. The frequency response of the microphone is 100Hz–10,000Hz. The headset weighs 283 grams.

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