Razer Kaira X for Xbox and Kaira X for PlayStation headsets use TriForce's proprietary 50mm drivers

Razer has announced the addition of several new additions to its line of gaming console peripherals. The list of new additions includes the Razer Kaira X for Xbox and Kaira X for PlayStation headsets, the universal charging station for fast charging of Xbox controllers, and the white versions of the Kaira, Kaira Pro, and Wolverine V2 devices.

The Kaira X for Xbox and Kaira X for PlayStation headsets use 50mm Razer TriForce drivers. According to the manufacturer, they provide high-quality gaming audio. The headsets feature a Razer HyperClear microphone with a cardioid pick-up pattern that cuts out background noise. The microphone is mounted on a flexible boom. The 3.5mm plug cable provides compatibility with most consoles, PCs and mobile devices.

The aforementioned universal fast charging dock is compatible with Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and Xbox Elite Series 1 controller and features a magnetic docking system. It is available in Carbon Black, Shock Blue, Robot White, Pulse Red, and Electric Volt colors, which match the colors of the official Xbox Wireless Controllers.

The Razer Kaira X for Xbox costs $ 60, or € 70. Sales of the black and white variants begin today, September 23rd. Shock Blue, Pulse Red, and Electric Volt color options will be available for pre-order starting October 14.

The Razer Kaira X for PlayStation headset also costs $ 60, or € 70. And its sales also begin today, September 23rd. The Razer Fast Charging Station for Xbox is available now. Color options Carbon Black, Robot White, Pulse Red, Shock Blue, Electric Volt are offered for $ 40, or 60 euros. The Aqua Shift variant costs $ 50.

The white version of the Razer Kaira for Xbox costs $ 100, or € 110, the Razer Kaira Pro for Xbox, $ 150, or € 160, and the Razer Wolverine V2 $ 100, or € 120.

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