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ROCCAT announces its latest wireless gaming headset, the Syn Pro Air

The new Syn Pro Air. (Source: ROCCAT)
The new Syn Pro Air. (Source: ROCCAT)
ROCCAT has introduced its new Syn Pro Air as its latest high-end gaming headset. It combines a range of potential advantages of its maker's association with Turtle Beach in its build, including a TruSpeak flip-up mic, the Superhuman Hearing sound setting and ProSpecs ear-cushions. The Syn Pro Air also supports Stellar Wireless connectivity and the AIMO RGB system.

ROCCAT's latest wireless gaming headset is one of those developed in partnership with this brand's owner Turtle Beach. This, for example, results in the addition of "Superhuman Hearing" and "Immersive 3D" audio to the 50mm "Nanoclear" drivers found in the new peripherals' "ProSpecs" glasses-compatible padding-augmented ear-cups.

The company has also added memory foam to the Syn Pro Air's band, as well as a "TruSpeak" mic. It is rated for added clarity and sensitivity, and also mutes itself when flipped up to blend into the headband on that side.

The Syn Pro Air connects via Stellar Wireless, which, as ROCCAT claims, delivers a "flawless" and consistent signal while still conserving power use enough to deliver up to 24 hours of battery life per charge. The headset juices back up via USB type-C, and can also be wired, although this requires a free type-A port instead.

The ROCCAT Syn Pro Air comes in just 1 color (black), accented with the customizable AIMO lighting system shining through the OEM's signature Bionic Shell honeycomb pattern. The headset can be pre-ordered from now for US$150, although it may not ship until June 20, 2021.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-05-28 (Update: 2021-05-28)