You thought the recently reviewed $37 Rosewill Nebula GX30 costs the least amount of money a gaming headset could possibly cost? Enter the $20 Nebula GX10, its even cheaper sibling and the least expensive member of Rosewill's new Nebula gaming headset lineup.
Staying true to their habit of offering as many features for as little as possible, Rosewill equipped the Nebula GX10 with two 3.5-mm analogue plugs and a Y-adapter that turns those into a single 3.5-mm 4-pole (TRRS) plug, which means you can use this headset with your PC and gaming console. It comes with memory foam ear cushions, a distinctive braided blue cable, flexible microphone, in-line remote control, and, believe it or not, built-in lighting system. It's not a faux-RGB system like the one we saw on the Nebula GX30, and that's a good thing because that one looked poor. Instead, the Nebula GX10 uses a vivid blue backlight Rosewill placed behind a metal mesh on both ear cups, which will make you look like you just landed from another planet. Without further ado, let's check out what a $20 gaming headset has to offer to gamers on a budget.
- 40-mm dynamic drivers (neodymium magnet)
- 32 Ω impedance
- 20-20,000 Hz frequency response (specified by the manufacturer)
- Closed-back, over-ear design
- In-line remote control
- Blue backlighting system
- Pivotable microphone
- 3.5-mm connectivity (dual TRS and TRRS)
- 2.4 m braided cable
- Weight: 288 g