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Corsair announces HS70 Bluetooth gaming headset

Corsair is expanding its headset line-up again this month, this time with the new HS70 Bluetooth gaming headset, providing wired and wireless audio for a wide range of devices.

The HS70 Bluetooth has three connection options, one for high-fidelity 24-bit/96KHz audio over USB and or 3.5mm jack, or wireless audio via Bluetooth. With USB and 3.5mm jack options, the headset is compatible with Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch consoles, smartphones and of course, PCs.

As we can see from the image above, the headset closely resembles the design of the HS75 XB Wireless, which we recently reviewed. The metal elements are darker though instead of silver.

Under the ear cups, you will find 50mm neodymium drivers. The ear cups themselves have a plush memory foam around them for comfort, as does the headband. With a wireless connection, the HS70 bluetooth should last up to 30 hours on a single charge. As you would expect from a gaming headset, a uni-direction noise cancelling microphone is also included.

The Corsair HS70 Bluetooth gaming headset is available now for £99.99.

KitGuru Says: Are any of you in the market for a new gaming headset? What do you think of the new HS70 Bluetooth from Corsair?

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