Gaming Headset Showdown: Razer BlackShark V2 Pro VS HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless
Is there more to life than battery life?
For years and years, you had to spend more than $300 to get what I’d consider a “flagship” wireless gaming headset. However, over the last few product cycles, the $150 price established itself as the new competitive market space and filled up with different choices. Now, to stand out from the pack, peripheral companies target a range just above that — offering flagship-style performance at half of what used to be the going rate.