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This noise-canceling gaming headset can make you feel immersed in every game – Mashable

Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.

TL;DR: The Alpha Bravo GX-1 Gaming Headset is just $119.99 at the Mashable Shop as of Dec. 17.


Don’t just play your favorite games — get immersed in them. The closest thing to virtual reality without having to wear goggles, the right gaming headset — like the Alpha Bravo GX-1 — can make you feel like you’re actually a part of the games you play every day.

The Alpha Bravo GX-1 Gaming Headset is compatible with PlayStation, Xbox, PC, Nintendo Switch, and more, so you can use it for basically all of your favorite games. It’s powered by Veho, the same company that makes the smart home security system starter kit and the popular AirPods alternatives, and has some impressive features to boot.

First up, the Veho headset has a built-in noise-canceling microphone, which makes communicating with fellow players a crystal-clear experience. Barking dogs and beeping trucks, be damned. Whether you’re talking strategy or smack, your competitors or teammates won’t miss a word you say. And to make sure you don’t miss a word from them, the volume control is right at your fingertips on the cord. There’s also an easy switch to toggle your mic on or off if you need to.

To ensure a seamless connection without lag, the headset plugs right into your console or computer via a 3.5mm AUX cable. There’s also a USB connection for flexibility. And like any good gaming accessory, it’s also lined with blue LED lights for some pizazz. 

Whether you’re brand-new to the world of gaming and want a setup that looks like you’re a pro, or you want to step up some of your basic accessories and immerse yourself in your favorite games, the Alpha Bravo GX-1 Gaming Headset is a great choice. It’s simple enough for a beginner gamer, but fit for a pro. Grab it on sale for just $119.99 for a limited time.

Credit: Veho

Source: https://mashable.com/deals/dec-17-veho-gaming-headset

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