Razer Announces Wireless PS5 Headset and DualSense Controller Stand


Razer has introduced a brand new twin wi-fi headset for the PS5, in addition to a brand new line of quick-charging stands for the DualSense controller. The Razer Kaira wi-fi headset additionally has a Pro selection that comes with RGB lights, longer battery life, and improved drivers. Both the controller stand and Razer Kaira are instantly obtainable for buy. The Razer Kaira Pro shall be obtainable for preorder beginning November 30, 2021, delivery someday in December 2021.

Notably, the Pro model will include Razer’s Hypersense haptics driver, which is able to ship “lifelike vibrations” based mostly on positional info in-game. Due to processing sound alerts in real-time, the Hypersense driver additionally doesn’t require any integration and can be utilized with any type of media. The Pro model additionally comes with steel accenting and an improved ear cushion. The new line of wi-fi headsets follows an identical wired model launched in September 2021.

The Razer Kaira permits gamers to connect with their PS4, PS5, PC, and different gadgets utilizing the USB-C or USB-A dongle by way of 2.4 GHz wi-fi connection, in addition to their smartphone utilizing Bluetooth—you possibly can then swap between the 2 simply. The headset additionally comes with a cardioid mic. The Razer Kaira prices $99.99, whereas the Razer Kaira Pro will price $199.99.

The quick-charging DualSense controller stands are available three varieties, matching the purple, white, and black controller colours that Sony has launched thus far. The stand boasts a powerful three-hour full charging time. It incorporates a curved design that permits the controller to suit snugly into it with out tipping over. Additionally, the entrance of the stand has a light-weight that signifies when the controller is completed charging, and is USB-powered. The charging stand will price $39.99.

Though largely identified for its PC peripherals, Razer is not any stranger relating to creating {hardware} for console gaming. Back in 2016, it launched the officially licensed Razer Raiju controller for the PS4. In 2017, it launched the wi-fi Razer Thresher Ultimate headset for the PS4 and Xbox One. We even lined the Razer Thresher in our official review.