Snakebyte Announces Head:Set X™, For Xbox One

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Snakkebyte have been on a roll lately and their range of high end and budget friendly Xbox One accessories have kept us gaming for months. We’ve been lucky enough to review their Gaming:Seat and Charge Tower and now with their announcement of the new budget friendly Head:Set X™ we have our ears firmly to the ground. Boasting high-power 40mm Neodymium drivers, removable boom mic, highly padded earcups and an extra-long 1.2 metre cable featuring an in-line volume control. With a load of premium features on a budget headset there is a lot to live up to and hopefully we’ll get our hands on a set soon so we can let you know.

snakebyte® group, leading innovators of consumer electronics hardware, announced today the Head:Set X™, an all-new gaming headset for Xbox One expecting to begin shipping across Europe this July.

First announced at E3 2018 the two brand new headsets offer plug-and-play gaming, with fuss free connection to gamers’ console controllers and no batteries or transmitters to install. Incredibly affordable, the Head:Set X (Xbox) perform at a level far beyond that of a typical budget headset.

High-power 40mm Neodymium drivers deliver richly detailed audio, allowing gamers to pin-point movements of enemies and team mates when playing online, while the removable boom mic is fully flexible and extremely accurate, essential when discussing strategy with team mates in battle. The highly padded earcups have been designed to isolate background noise and provide a luxuriously comfortable design, ideal for extended gaming sessions. Lastly, the extra-long 1.2 metre cable features an in-line volume control, allowing gamers to adjust their audio levels without reaching for the remote!

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Mike Steup, CEO for snakebyte commented, “Thanks to the continued popularity of games like Fortnite and PUBG, a quality gaming headset is at the top of every true gamers’ wish list. When looking at the category, it became clear that there was an opportunity for us to provide a headset that was affordable to all gamers but offered a level of quality that would surely impress. In high speed ‘Battle Royale’ games, it’s imperative that you can communicate clearly with other players and accurately track enemy movements. We think that the new Head:Set 4 and Head:Set X fit the bill perfectly and will become very popular products in our range.”

The new snakebyte Head:Set X is expected to begin shipping in July 2018 and will be available from all leading retailers.

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