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Submitted by Fr0zeBud 908d ago | review

Razer Electra Headset Review | GES

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The Razer Electra headset brings music to gamers’ ears, it is built for comfort, sound isolation and deep enhanced bass.

The Electra headset tries to incorporate your music listening and gaming headset into one and it does a decent job, its sturdy, looks great and works well with any device. First of all I like the build of it; you can see the quality of the headset which looks and feels great. Extending the headset to fit your head is easy and it doesn’t make it feel flimsy either. The ear cup fits very comfortably and it doesn’t hurt your ears after a while. (Audio, PC hardware, Razer Electra) 7.5/10

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