Microsoft’s new $100 Xbox Wireless Headset (£90, AU$150) sets a standard in elegant design to match the austere black tower of the. It’s a nice-sounding headset, with a stable audio connection, good mic and a broad feature set for the money. In some ways, though, it feels like the design may be too clever for its own good.
The headset’s novelty lies in the rotating sides on the earcups which control volume and chat-mix balance. On one hand, there’s no fumbling along the sides to find small dials. But they tend to move too easily and there’s no way to quickly…
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