If you like Razer’s Kaira series of gaming headsets for game consoles, but don’t feel that wireless is needed, Razer now brings a cheaper wired version to choose from. Kaira X, like other Kaira series, has a 50mm TriForce monomer (but lacks a titanium-coated diaphragm), cardioid pointing microphone, microphone mute button and volume slider, and FlowKnit memory foam ear pads. Because it simply uses a 3.5mm wired connection, it also has complete support for various devices or platforms. Although it is mainly designed for game consoles, it can be used on PCs or even mobile devices.
However, in terms of color matching, Kaira X still considers the user of the host to distinguish the version. Kaira X for PlayStation uses black and white with the main theme, embellished with blue tones; while the Xbox version is in addition to the Xbox standard color matching black/green, white/gray, and blue/black, red/ with the handles. Three colors of black and green/black. However, only two standard colors are currently in stock, and three additional colors will not be available for pre-order until October 14.
Without the wireless function, Kaira X is naturally a lot cheaper than the two brothers of the Kaira series, which is priced at US$40 in the United States. At the same time, Razer has also launched a “Xbox Universal Fast Charging Dock”, which can be used with Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and other generations of handlebars, and is powered by USB-C. This charging base has five basic colors: black, blue, white, red, and green, and it matches the special edition of Aqua Shift launched by Microsoft. The basic version is priced at US$40, while Aqua Shift is a bit more expensive, coming to US$50.