The product is available at half the original price for a limited time.
KaBuM! Launched this Friday (22) the Razer Kraken X gaming headset for R$199.90 – a price far below the R$494.00 the store usually charges. During the next nine days, a limited number of products can be purchased at a discount of up to 52%.
The Razer Kraken X gaming headset is available in white. Combining quality with comfort, one of its great features is the lightness of the product, which allows players to use them for hours during games without discomfort during long exposure to the product.
Among the reasons that make the Kraken X so light is the plastic frame. Although it is more fragile and lacks the famous metal finish of other Kraken models, it provides details that touch the brushed steel to give more shine and beauty to the headset.
Fone gets top marks in Kabum’s user rating
As a manufacturer of one of the most famous brands in the gaming world, the headset has the highest rating on KaBuM. Among the main compliments are the sound and microphone quality. Although it is an entry-level model, it promises to provide excellent value for money for those looking for products that enhance their gaming setup.
7.1 surround sound, combined with oval ear cushions, allows players to achieve excellent isolation from external noise with comfort. In addition, it has a microphone that captures the sound of the focused area of the mouth. This allows the sound to be captured more clearly, canceling the background noise during use.
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A feature of the Razer Kraken X gaming headset is the ease of turning the volume up or down, as well as changing the microphone. This is because it has shell controls that make it easy to maintain audio and volume during matches, making it essential to use PC settings during games.
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