Microsoft unveils its Xbox Wireless Headset for $99, which is expected by March 16. The Xbox Wireless Headset is primarily intended for use with Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S consoles, but it can also be used with Windows 10 PCs (Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 may be required) and mobile devices. The Xbox Wireless Headset can be paired with a mobile device via Bluetooth to listen to music or chat while maintaining a concurrent connection to the Xbox.
Xbox Wireless Headset: Features
Among the features of the Xbox Wireless Headset, Microsoft highlights support for surround sound (Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos, and DTS Headphone: X), noise cancellation, and privacy (automatically mute the microphone when the user remains silent; this can also be done using a physical button, and the indicator light will notify about the status).
Sound adjustment is made through the equalizer in the Xbox Accessories menu.
It takes about three hours to charge the Xbox Wireless Headset fully. On a single charge, the device can work for about 15 hours, and in half an hour, it can be charged enough for 4 hours of battery life.
The weight of the Xbox Wireless Headset is 312 grams.
The Xbox Wireless Headset features an adjustable cushioned headband and polyurethane ear cushions designed for maximum comfort during extended gaming sessions. Rotating rubberized scroll wheels allow you to control the volume and sound balance in games/chats.