Subject: General Tech | June 25, 2018 - 03:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: wireless headset, gaming headset, AW988, audio, alienware, 7.1
Alienware obviously wanted a compact design for their wireless AW988 headset, the microphone almost disappears when it is folded up, the logo also functions as the power button and the other controls are almost flush with the earcups. The headband is made of soft rubber, with a coating to ensure it doesn't bring hair along with it when you re-position it on your head and [H]ard|OCP found it to be quite comfortable. The audio quality was top notch, with one of the better instances of virtual 7.1 surround implementations [H] has tried and even more importantly, the RGBs are easily disabled. The whole review can be found here.
"We have spent the last few days living with the Alienware AW988 headset perched on our head and have gotten a very good idea of what the first headset from Alienware in nine years is all about. We gamed, we watched movies, and we listened to a lot of music. We tell you how it did and all the features and build quality."
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