At the Consumer Electronics Show today, Raycon unveiled a new line of headphones designed specifically for gamers. The company presently offers a series of speakers, as well as popular earbud and headphone brands for work, exercise, and daily use.
The wireless gaming headphones have built-in HD microphones, RGB earcup lighting, multi-platform connectivity, surround sound spatial audio, and retractable microphones. Additionally, it has 25 hours of battery life, twin stacked speakers with immersive vibrating haptics, dual 2.4G ultra-low latency, and Bluetooth.
Raycon has achieved exponential development with its headphones, earbuds, and speakers’ offerings by introducing cutting-edge and high-end audio goods through celebrity and influencer endorsements and a customer-first approach.
The Gaming Headphones will cost £100 and be on sale in the United States and Canada in Q2 2022. They complement the current collection of Raycon headphones for work and daily use.
The whole Raycon Inc. portfolio will be on display for the first time at CES in the Las Vegas Convention Center, exhibit #18643. Visit www.rayconglobal.com or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What, then, set the Raycon Gaming Headphones apart? Well, when I tested these headphones with music and certain games, the immersive haptic vibrations I experienced were one of the most startling features. To test whether receiving tangible input could actually make me play better or respond quicker, I played an Unrated/Normal match.
The Raycon Gaming Headphones succeeded in providing the three different sound profiles: Pure Sound, Balanced Sound, and Bass Sound as entertainment and gaming headphones. I was able to experiment with the three settings while listening to some of my Spotify playlists and new albums, like Kendrick Lamar’s “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers.” There was a simple button to click and hold to switch between the three settings.