Razer has released three new wireless gaming products, each in a different category. There’s the $179.99 BlackShark V2 Pro wireless gaming headset that is, in many ways, just like the BlackShark V2 — sans cable. It’s similarly a very comfortable headset that I’ve found easy to wear for hours on end without feeling fatigued or like my head is in a vice. Razer claims it can last up to 24 hours per charge, and the headset is rechargeable via a Micro USB port.
The visual differences between this model and the $99.99 wired BlackShark V2 are very minor. The Pro has a black Razer logo on it instead of a green one, and it has a 3.5mm jack for wired listening.
It’s also debuting the DeathAdder V2 Pro, a wireless take on the mouse design
Even old-school computer enthusiasts have to accept that it’s hard to beat the portability of a laptop in today’s mobile landscape, but when it comes to gaming, even the best 2-in-1 ultrabook or MacBook can’t hold a candle to a proper desktop battle station. It’s much easier and cheaper to cram all that beefy hardware into a full-sized computer tower, and this lets you upgrade any one of your computer’s internal parts (giving you future-proofing that laptops can’t offer). A desktop PC also allows for full-sized monitors, multiple displays, and purpose-built gaming accessories such as keyboards and mice.
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