GIGABYTE Force H3X Review

👤by Tony Le Bourne Comments 📅31-10-14
Closer Look


Overall the design is fairly sleek with some thick padding where expected and aggressive angular aesthetic on the earcups. Keeping in with its name, the earcups are like a stretched or distorted hexagon.

The earcup

The earcup can rotate in any direction, allowing for better comfort, aiding the soft and breathable PU leather padding. Just above the earcup there are hinges that allow the headset to be foldable.

Metal adjustable strap

Thick padding on the headband

Shiny side

The side of the headset is clad in a shiny gunmetal coloured metal, giving the Force H3X an original and sleek characteristic amongst the aggressive and angular demeanour.

The microphone

The Force H3X features a retractable, flexible microphone which is a little shorter than what we have seen with the Steelseries Siberia series and the ASUS Echelon headset.

The Force H3X folded up

Folded and stored away in the carry pouch

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