Razer Kraken V3 X: A new lightweight wired gaming headset, but not only

Razer Kraken V3 X hardware news: A new lightweight wired gaming headset that was not only released on 03/25/2021 at 8:37 pm. Razer today presents its Kraken V3 X, a new gaming headset that is presented as ultra-light, but not that much and who forgets to cut the cord. The Razer Kraken V3 X is openly inspired by the Kraken X, one of Razer’s best-selling gaming headsets. It is presented as “ultra light”. However, the technical data sheet indicates a weight of 285 grams versus 250 grams for the above model. Razer states that this new wired headset “has three design elements that make it appear even lighter,” namely, memory foam and hybrid fabric ear pads, soft headband padding, and a balanced “wear resistance” feature as comfortable as possible. The Razer Kraken V3 X is also valued on the sound side, which is rather logical for a headset: The brand has equipped it with Razer TriForce 40mm speakers that, like its big brother, deliver virtual 7.1 surround sound. The term TriForce has nothing to do with Zelda: it refers here to the three-part design of the speakers, which separately focus on the frequent highs, mids, and lows for better rendering. On board is a Razer HyperClear, a cardioid model for better voice recording with additional ambient noise suppression. The microphone is flexible and can be placed correctly close to the user’s mouth for clarity. Finally, Razer Chroma RGB is obviously part of the game that lets you light up the Razer Kraken V3 X however you want when it’s on your ears. Count 79.99 euros to buy this wired headset, which comes with a 1.8m cable and a USB Type-A port, and is already available on the brand’s website and will soon be available from some resellers. From akazan, writing from jeuxvideo.com MP