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Submitted by Das Capitolin 755d ago | review

BmR: CM Storm Ceres 400 Wired Gaming Headset Review

BenchmarkReviews.com: Cooler Master's subsidiary, CM Storm, continues to develop quality PC gaming peripherals proving that it is a serious player in the industry. The CM Storm Ceres-400 wired gaming headset, model SGH-2010-KKTA1, is the organization's latest audio entry into the market, and it is clear what the objective was when developing this headset; to provide budget-conscious gamers with a high-quality set of headphones. Priced at around $50, the Ceres-400 is packed with features, such as the large 40mm drivers, you normally won't find at this price point. Benchmark Reviews is proud to take a close look at this headset in order to provide you with a thorough review of it. (CM Storm Ceres 400, Headphones, PC hardware) 8.55/10

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