Newskill begins this 2022 continuing with its strong commitment of the end of the year, presenting on this occasion the new Newskill Seth, a wireless gaming headset with dual connectivity, a unique design, and two black and white color variants on which RGB lighting will stand out.
Thanks to the use of a 2.4 Ghz wireless technology, these headphones will allow us to forget about the wiring to enjoy a totally wireless experience under a stable connection, under the tremendous ease of just having to connect your USB wireless receiver to any PC to start playing.
Although that does not imply that we cannot use them in a more classical way, also counting on the possibility of connecting them through a 3.5 mm jack, thus adding greater compatibility for mobile devices and tablets, as well as PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, Nintendo Switch consoles (through controllers).
In addition, designed to offer maximum mobility and independence, thanks to its extensive lithium battery, the company ensures that the Newskill Seth will be able to offer us about five hours of autonomy in full use, and up to ten hours if we disconnect the RGB lighting. To do this, we can control all the actions of the headphones comfortably from the buttons integrated in them, such as turning it on and off, connecting with devices, and multimedia controls such as switching between songs, volume control, mic activation or mute, and of course RGB lighting control.
Seth’s 2.4GHz wireless technology will provide you stable and high-quality stereo sound experienceEven in its wireless mode, in the most comfortable way, thanks to its 50mm headphones, with padded ear pads. Its removable microphone will accompany you during your games, so that you are always received loud and clear.
Availability and price
Currently we can already find both Seth and Seth Ivory models available through the Newskill website, under a price of 69.95 euros (currently reduced to 59.95 euros), although as always, they will soon also be available in other local distributors such as Amazon and PC Components.