Computex: Corsair Gaming Headsets Exhibited

/ 5 years ago


Corsair may be one of the top brands when it comes to PC chassis, power supplies and coolers but some people forget that they also make some of the best gaming peripherals in the business too and while not all the products they had on display were new, they’re got some exciting headsets, gaming mice and keyboards on offer for the gaming masses.


As you can see, Corsair are not short on ideas when it comes to headsets and they’ve got a solution for nearly every budget from the Raptor LH1 Evo and LH3 on the far left to the Wireless Vengeance 2000 on the far right and everything else in between.


This is the first time I’ve seen the raptor sets and there a little more chunky in design compared to the Vengeance sets and I know a lot of people will love that hardcore styling, especially if the performance is equally punchy but we won’t know more about that until we’ve had them in for testing.







There are some seriously high specification headsets in here and if the previous Vengeance headsets are anything to go by these should be pretty awesome, but well be bringing you more news on these over the coming weeks and months as we take a closer look at what they have to offer.

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5 Responses to “Computex: Corsair Gaming Headsets Exhibited”
  1. Wayne says:

    Once again the Raptor line intrigues me. I can’t say I’m impressed by virtual 5.1/7.1 in any product brand. I think it must be my hearing because I battle to differentiate the sound.

  2. d6bmg says:

    Vengeance headsets are good, but the tag ‘gaming’ is used in almost every product. :-/

    • d6bmg says:

      And it’s kind of misleading.

    • Wayne says:

      They do make quality products and by putting the ‘gaming’ moniker on them makes them more desirable to some folk. I used to use the Vengeance 1500’s for gaming until Roccat threw a pair their of Kave 5.1’s in my face.

      • d6bmg says:

        One of my friend have Vengeance 1500. I saw that in his place and listened to the music, It’s good enough for a digital & virtual 7.1 USB headset.

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