It’s true that if you want all of those features, then the Arctis Pro Wireless is one of the only choices on the market right now.
The core base station used for the Arctis Pro Wireless is actually re-purposed from the older 800 series, but I’ve heard good things about their latency performance.
I sit right by my gaming computer, so I don’t mind having a wire when I’m at home. The Arctis 3 Bluetooth is a good alternative for people who want something a lot cheaper and don’t mind using a wire for the gaming connectivity.
I wish that model had wider retail availability.
I talked a little bit more about this in the review I linked at the top of the article you replied to. The Arctis Pro is undoubtedly feature-rich, and a quality product in general, but it’s not meant for everyone, and I still personally think their marketing focused on the wrong features. As you’ve eluded to, it has a package that few other headsets do…so the focus on hi-res audio seems a bit narrow.
Thanks for reading.