Turtle Beach graces CES 2012 with Ear Force XP400 and XP300 premium wireless gaming headsets


CES 2012 sees the debut of two more premium gaming headsets from Turtle Beach – the Ear Force XP400 and XP300, where you can see the former depicted above. Both models have been specially optimized for wireless game audio and chat on the Xbox 360, not to mention playing nice with the Sony PS3 as well. These headsets deliver whole new levels of convenience and versatility, while ensuring the renowned game audio performance that is associated with Turtle Beach as well.

With the new XP400 and XP300 headsets, wireless Bluetooth chat will also be a staple feature, something that only the acclaimed XP500 headset previously offered, helping those who are on a tighter budget to get more bang for their hard-earned buck. Apart from that, rechargeable batteries and new 5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi RF wireless technology will make sure that you will more or less do away with interference even when there are wireless networks at home.

Now, on to the specifications so that you can make a better purchase decision. The Turtle Beach Ear Force XP400 Wireless Dolby Surround Sound Gaming Headset delivers immersive 360 degree audio, and has adjustable surround sound angles. With 2.4/5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi Wireless Digital Game Sound, you enjoy uncompressed digital RF audio signal for CD-quality sound. Not only that, with Dual-Pairing Bluetooth, you too can chat wirelessly on the Xbox 360 and the PS3, while answering incoming phone calls when gaming. The rechargeable lithium polymer battery is also said to deliver up to 15 hours of uninterrupted gameplay. Out in this first quarter, the Ear Force XP400 will retail for $219.95.

As for the Turtle Beach Ear Force XP300 Wireless Amplified Stereo Gaming Headset, this will deliver 2.4/5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi Wireless Digital Game Sound, is Wi-Fi friendly and also delivers Dual-Pairing Bluetooth so that you can chat with your family whenever they interrupt your gaming session by calling your phone. Dynamic Chat Boost ensures the message gets across, since chat volume automatically increases as the game volume gets louder. It will arrive at the same time as the XP400 for $169.95.

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