Razer today announced an affordable version of its Opus headset, dubbed the Opus X. Retailing for just $99, the Opus X features Active Noise Canceling, Bluetooth 5.0, and 40mm drivers for high-quality audio.
Despite sharing many of the same features as the $200 Opus headset, the Opus X lacks THX certification and loses a few other premium specs to reach that lower price tag. Still, Razer seems to have packed a lot of punch into the flashy headsets, and it’ll be interesting to see how their performance stacks up to their older sibling.
Here’s a full spec list for the Razer Opus X:
- 40mm drivers
- Active Noise Cancelling technology
- Bluetooth 5.0
- 60ms low latency Gaming Mode
- Two built-in microphones
- 30+ hours battery life
- Available in Green, Quartz, and Mercury
Opus X headsets also come with a Quick Attention Mode that lets you cancel out ANC and hear your surroundings – if you’d rather not lift your hands and take them off your head. Much of its design seems to have been borrowed from the Opus, and you’ll have a variety of buttons and status indicators on the headset to quickly adjust the volume or turn off ANC.
The flashy and affordable headset is now available for $99, although the Opus X Green edition is a limited exclusive only available through Razer.com and RazerStores.
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