Gaming Two Minute Review: Snakebyte Head:Set X for Xbox One

Two Minute Review: Snakebyte Head:Set X for Xbox One

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Here is our two minute review of the Head:Set X for Xbox One from Snakebyte.

True gamers know that gaming headsets are a must. The snakebyte HeadSet X for Xbox One X is what you need if you’re looking to get to that next level. Built in is a 40mm audio driver that allows for optimal sound quality. A removable mic with flexibility is perfect for coordinating with your teammates and trash talking your foes. Soft and comfortable design makes this perfect for gamers seeking the best in audio quality and comfort. The 1.2 meter cable provides freedom to move around.

Features

  • Removable mic with flexible design allows for a tailored fit and optional use
  • 40mm speakers perform at an optimal level of sound quality
  • Cushioned earcups allow for comfort and noise isolation
  • Volume control is attached to a 1.2 m long cable for easy access
  • Design matches the Xbox One color scheme

Who are Snakebyte?

Established in Germany 1997, the snakebyte group is a leading global provider of consumer electronics. The Company has offices in Germany, Shenzhen, the US and Hong Kong and develops and distributes a wide selection of products specializing in connected media devices, gaming, simulation, drones & RC products. In addition, the Company provides its services in the OEM/ODM sector, working with partners to realise their goals and stay ahead of the competition. The snakebyte group have high levels of expertise in hardware engineering and software development, experts at creating an ecosystem in which technology and media can co-exist and provide state-of-the-art experiences for the consumer.

What’s in the box?

The box contains the headset, detachable mic and instructions.

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

The Head:Set X is very lightweight and is foldable so that you can easily slip it into your pocket.

There is a detachable mic so it’s easy to use the headset with or without a mic depending on what you are using them for.

The ear cups are cushioned and so are comfortable to wear for extended periods of time, although depending on the size of your head and ears the amount of time that is may vary.

The headset itself is green and black in order to match the Xbox colour scheme. May not seem like a big deal but for some it’s a nice added touch.

The sound quality for such a small headset is very good. It’s in no way meant to be a proper replacement for a high end set, these are designed to be portable and used on the go.

Available now, the Head:Set X for Xbox One from Snakebyte is priced around £17.95.

For more information, please visit mysnakebyte.com and follow snakebyte on Facebook, and Twitter.

Andrew Edneyhttps://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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