Product on Review: Roccat Elo 7.1 Air
ROCCAT, now under the control of Turtle Beach, who are undoubtedly best known for their console-orientated peripherals, have today provided us with a sample of the new Elo 7.1 Air gaming headset. ROCCAT appear to still focus primarily on the PC gaming market, though the Elo 7.1 Air does support the Playstation 4 and 5 as well as the Nintendo Switch.
ROCCAT’s Elo boasts something called Dynamic Fit, where the metal headband and earcups adjust on the fly to ensure a good fit no matter how big or small your head is; pair this with memory foam around your ears, and Turtle Beach’s ProSpecs Glasses Relief System, you’re unlikely to experience any discomfort regardless of how long you play for.
7.1 surround sound delivers 360° audio through precision-tuned 50mm neodymium drivers, proven to give a clear competitive advantage according to Turtle Beach’s Superhuman Hearing study. The 24hr battery life ensures you’ll never come up against power issues during lengthy sessions either.
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The Elo 7.1 Air arrives with a competitive price-tag and lengthy feature list, but with umpteen different manufacturers all producing some excellent wireless headsets, all with similar features, what sets this apart from the crowd? Let’s have a look and find out.
ROCCAT on the Elo 7.1 Air:
Combining the latest in wireless technology with a weightless fit, the ROCCAT® Elo 7.1 Air Surround Sound RGB Gaming Headset is the next-generation headset of today. Experience 360° visual audio surround sound powered by precision-tuned 50mm drivers. Stellar Wireless technology provides incredibly reliable connectivity and the comfort and freedom of a cable-free design.