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Razer Launches the Kaira X Gaming Headset, Wolverine V2 White, and Charging Dock

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Razer, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers, today announced several new additions to its expanding console range with the Kaira X for Xbox and Kaira X for PlayStation, the Kaira and Kaira Pro for Xbox White, and Wolverine V2 White Edition. Also launching today is the Razer Universal Quick Charging Stand for Xbox, in a range of vibrant colors that perfectly match official Xbox Wireless Controllers.

"With the new Kaira X, gamers now have even more choice when it comes to picking their perfect Razer headset for either Xbox, PlayStation or PC," said Alvin Cheung, Senior Vice President of Razer's peripherals business unit. "And with the vibrant new range of colors on the Kaira X and charging stands, and the sleek white colors on the Kaira, Kaira Pro, and Wolverine V2, gamers can be as bold and bright as their hardware."



Kaira X for Xbox and Kaira X for PlayStation
Taking a cue from Razer's award-winning PC headsets, the Kaira X for Xbox and Kaira X for PlayStation both utilize Razer TriForce 50 mm drivers to deliver high-quality gaming audio. With improved frequency separation, the TriForce Drivers provide crisp highs, clear mids and rumbling bass, for encompassing, immersive audio. In-game comms will be crystal clear thanks to the flexible, boom-mounted Razer HyperClear Cardioid Microphone, with a focused pick-up pattern to exclude unwanted background noise.

With on-headset controls for on-the-fly audio-adjustment and Flowknit Memory Foam Ear Cushions and headband padding, the Kaira X is built for comfort and convenience. Using a wired 3.5 mm analog connection, the Kaira X range is cross-platform compatible, for use with most consoles, PC and mobile. The Kaira X for Xbox is available in classic black and white that match the Xbox Series X|S. Additional colors that match official Xbox Wireless Controllers are also announced in Shock Blue, Pulse Red, and Electric Volt. Lastly, the Kaira X for PlayStation is available in a theme that matches the PS5 DualSense Wireless Controller.

For more information on the Kaira X console range, please see here for Xbox and here for PlayStation.

Universal Quick Charging Stand for Xbox controllers
Completing Razer's new colorful console line up is a range of Universal Quick Charging Stands, compatible with Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Xbox Elite Series 1 controllers. Using a magnetic docking system, the Universal Quick Charging Stands support quick charging for minimal gaming downtime and are available in Carbon Black, Shock Blue, Robot White, Pulse Red, and Electric Volt colors that match official Xbox Wireless Controllers. A special edition Aqua Shift color is also available at retailers Best Buy and Microsoft.

For more information on the Razer Universal Quick Charging Stand for Xbox, please see here.

Kaira, Kaira Pro, and Wolverine V2 White Edition
Also announced today are the new Kaira, Kaira Pro, and Wolverine V2, all in White, creating a bold, clean, and fresh suite of Xbox Series X|S peripherals for gamers wanting style and performance from their Xbox peripherals.

With Razer TriForce Titanium 50 mm drivers and a HyperClear Supercardioid Microphone, the Kaira Pro delivers stellar audio performance over Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth 5.0, for seamless, low latency gaming audio both on Xbox Series X|S and mobile. The Kaira for Xbox shares the same TriForce drivers as the Kaira Pro with a cardioid microphone, but supports Xbox Wireless only. Both headsets feature Flowknit Memory Foam Ear Cushions for long-term comfort, on-headset controls and EQ presets for music, movies, and gaming.

The Wolverine V2 uses Razer's Mecha-Tactile Action Buttons and D-Pad, tuned for greater responsiveness and accuracy in-game. Two additional remappable bumpers add more customization and flexibility to button layouts, giving gamers more control over their game, including the all-important hair trigger mode for fast-paced action games.

For more information on the Razer Xbox White Suite, please see here.

Price and Availability
Razer Kaira X for Xbox
Black/White
$59.99 USD / 69,99€ MSRP
Razer.com & Authorized Retailers - September 23rd, 2021
Shock Blue, Pulse Red, and Electric Volt colors
$59.99 USD / 69,99€ MSRP
Razer.com - Pre-orders from October 14th, 2021
Razer Kaira X for PlayStation
$59.99 USD / 69,99€ MSRP
Razer.com & Authorized Retailers - September 23rd, 2021
Razer Universal Quick Charging Stand for Xbox
Carbon Black, Robot White, Pulse Red, Shock Blue, Electric Volt colors
$39.99 USD / 59,99€ MSRP
Razer.com & Authorized Retailers - September 23rd, 2021
Aqua Shift color
$49.99 USD MSRP
Available for pre-order from Best Buy, Microsoft, and Razer.com from September 23rd, 2021

Razer Xbox White Suite
Razer Kaira for Xbox
$99.99 USD / 109,99€ MSRP
Razer Kaira Pro for Xbox
$149.99 USD / 159,99€ MSRP
Razer Wolverine V2
$99.99 USD / 119,99€ MSRP
Razer.com & Authorized Retailers - September 23rd, 2021

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IMO Console gaming should be cordless. Plugging the headset into the controller seems strange.
 
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IMO Console gaming should be cordless. Plugging the headset into the controller seems strange.
It's incredibly handy. Saves you from using proprietary wireless solutions or bluetooth (which can have significant lag). An expensive wireless headset is likely to be better, but it'll also be an expensive single-purpose purchase.
 
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