RAZER cuts the cord on their new Chimaera Gaming Headset
Subject: General Tech | June 21, 2011 - 03:59 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: audio, wireless audio, headset, razer
RAZER's new headphones are wireless, with three rechargable AAA batteries which are easily accessible so that when they do finally stop holding a charge you can easily get at them to swap them for new ones. The charging dock is quite well designed, actually giving you something more stylish than a nail to hang your headphones on when they are not in use as well as charging them. When you are using them you will enjoy interference free quality audio, both sending and receiving, if the review at Mad Shrimps is anything to go by. They liked this headset more than other wireless sets they have used in the past and compared them favourably to wired sets.
"The RAZER Chimaera Gaming Headset offers wireless connectivity for maximum liberty of movement, features large cups for confortable wear during long gaming sessions, a uni-directional microphone with a flexible mic boom and an easy to use charging dock."
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