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CES 2018: Sennheiser Debuts New Gaming Headset

The German audio giant has announced the successor to its Game Zero headset.


CES 2018 is in full swing and the show floor is full or giant TVs and smart toilets with intelligent ass-warmers. Apart from the usual sideshows, some of tech’s biggest players are unveiling their next generation of products. Headphone juggernaut Sennheiser is at CES this year and it showing off its newest headset for gamers. The GSP 600 will be the follow up to the company’s popular Game Zero headsets.

Sennheiser promises that the GSP 600 will be an improvement over the Game Zero in every way. The first major change is to the fit and feel. The GSP 600 has a new design that uses memory foam padding on the ear cups to improve isolation and comfort. The pads themselves feature a suede-like material that will keep the headset from sticking to you when your head gets hot.

The drivers inside the headset are also receiving an upgrade and the included boom mic is also an improvement over the Game Zero. The boom mic can be quickly muted by flipping it into the upright position.

The GSP 600 will be available by the end of the month and will have a suggested retail price of $250. It will be compatible with the PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

Contributing Tech Editor

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