Leading headset manufacturer Turtle Beach is teaming up with Activision to release co-branded headsets later this year.
CCG writes - "The Turtle Beach Stealth Pro in some ways populates a unique place in the headset market. I never thought I wanted a gaming headset that I could use on the train, but now that I have, I love it. It looks sharp, works really well (outside of 5G zones, I suppose), and seems built to last. It sounds quite good, and the way it quickly pairs and switches between Bluetooth devices is lovely, also."
CCG writes - "Since Android phones come in all different shapes and sizes, the Atom uses a combination of rubberized grips and spring-loaded tabs to hold it in place. The tabs slide up and down and squeeze the phone, holding the grips on. It squeezes the phone on the top and bottom while the phone is held horizontally, but it does not clamp the phone horizontally; your hands have to keep them together, though it does grip onto each side well on its own. If your phone and case are thin enough that it fits under the lip on the front edge of the grip, then it's likely going to stay in place. My phone and case are slightly thicker, so it barely fits in there. As a result, it doesn't feel the most sturdy, though it's only actually popped out once during my hours of playtime."
CCG writes - "Last year, I reviewed Turtle Beach's Recon wired controller, their first Xbox Series X|S controller, and I've been thrilled with it. While I rarely use the audio features, the comfort and compatibility with Windows (and Linux after a firmware update!) has been fantastic for my day-to-day gaming. I particularly like the ergonomics and textured bumps on the analog sticks and bumpers/triggers. About a year later, they release a follow-up at a lower price, and it includes almost everything that made the Recon great, and at a significantly lower price. If you want a spoiler, I'll give it to you now: I'm impressed!"