TURTLE BEACH UNVEILS NEW HEADPHONES, VENTURES OVER TO THE MAC
By Ted Kritsonis — June 13, 2013
Noted gaming headphones manufacturer, Turtle Beach, has been active at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, announcing a slew of new models and venturing into somewhat new territory to boot.
The iSeries i60 for Mac lovers
This one probably came as a surprise to a lot of people, not just gamers, because the Mac and gaming haven’t always been a match made in… well, anywhere. It’s Turtle Beach’s first-ever gaming headset exclusive to the Mac.
They have noise-isolation, 50mm speakers with 7.1 surround sound and voice morphing for anonymity online. They connect to the Mac using Wi-Fi and can also simultaneously pair with an iOS device via Bluetooth to stream music or take phone calls to talk using the hidden microphone. The i60′s battery is said to last for up to 15 hours on one charge and can be charged back up through USB.
There are also two other mac-centric models in the i30 and i10, both of which share the same design, but not all the tech frills of the flagship i60. Pricing and availability are still unrevealed.
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