Gaming headsets are a necessity among those who want the best audio quality they can get while gaming. The sound quality and comfortability are unmatched, making the investment one well worth it. Turtle Beach’s gaming accessory branch ROCCAT is one of the premier headset makers out there, with some of the best headsets money can buy. If you’re a gamer, you’ve likely heard of or bought from either brand. Today, ROCCAT has some exciting news to share. The team is creating a new lineup of headsets, known simply as the Elo series.
ROCCAT’s Elo Series Headsets
The Elo series brings together the audio expertise of Turtle Beach, and the design and innovation ROCCAT is best known for. These combined will easily make them some of the most competitive headsets out there. At launch, the lineup features three headsets. The Elo X Stereo is the cheapest of the bunch at $49.99, giving high-quality stereo audio at a cheaper price point. The Elo 7.1 USB lands in the middle of the three, giving premium surround sound while offering beauty, mic options, and a USB connector. That one lands at $69.99 but is well worth the price jump. Finally, there’s the Elo 7.1 Air, taking things up a notch with the best audio and visual quality available. That, combined with wireless, bring the headset to $99.99.
All three headsets look beautiful, offering stellar sound quality at a relatively affordable price. Given the infamy of ROCCAT and Turtle Beach, the Elo series headsets will likely be highly competitive. Don’t just take that from me though. Rene Korte, Head of PC Products at Turtle Beach, believes in the vision for the Elo series:
The Elo headsets show the result of what happens when you combine the best of ROCCAT and Turtle Beach, and this is just the first wave of our new precision-focused PC gaming accessories. The Elos look sleek and sound amazing, and we still have new additions to our award-winning Vulcan series keyboards on the way, along with new mice and more – all designed to deliver an amazing desktop ecosystem that makes ROCCAT the PC brand for all serious PC gamers.”
I think these headsets look beautiful, but I’d love to hear your thoughts. Will the Elo series headsets prove to be as good as they sound? Which one is your favorite? Let us know, and stay tuned at The Nerd Stash for all your news, reviews, and more!