Limited Anniversary Edition Siberia Elite Announced By SteelSeries

/ 4 years ago


SteelSeries is celebrating 10 years anniversary of its Siberia headset with the launch of a limited edition headset. Siberia has been a very successful brand for the past 10 years and is still growing strong. The company has announce a Limited Anniversary Edition Siberia Elite headset which will be available in early January. Only 2004 units of this amazing headset will be produced so better be quick to grab one.


The Limited Anniversary Edition Siberia Elite is not much different compared to the standard headset apart from a few aesthetics differences. The specifications are identical delivering the same awesomeness as the original design. The difference is the stamp of being a limited edition, the all white headset can be seen on the inner cups mesh which are now branded with anniversary detailing. Each Limited Anniversary Edition Siberia Elite will have a unique laser engraving mentioning the unit number. SteelSeries plans to produce only 2004 units because Siberia was first introduced in the year 2004 so this marks the 10th anniversary.

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The Limited Anniversary Edition Siberia Elite owners will also get an exclusive hard shell carrying case to keep their headset dust free and safe from any damage. Another perk for limited edition owners is that they will become a member of Siberia Elite Anniversary Club and will receive special offers throughout the year 2014. Rest of the things remain the same, the award-winning comfort, 16.8 illumination options and virtual 7.1 Dolby surround sound.

The Limited Anniversary Edition Siberia Elite is available for pre-order starting today for $299.99 with delivery dates of January 2014.

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2 Responses to “Limited Anniversary Edition Siberia Elite Announced By SteelSeries”
  1. Skidmarks says:

    It is a nice headset but for that price I would’ve at least expected it to be made from solid platinum and gold at the very least.

  2. Futilizer says:

    “Simulated 7.1 Surround” For that price I can get a headset with actual 7.1 Surround.

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