Patriot Viper is one of the most premium names when it comes to PC peripherals and, with good reason. Put simply, when they launch anything new it’s generally excellent and, as such, they always have our attention.
In this instance, if you’re looking for a nice upgrade to your gaming headset, then you might want to check out Patriot Vipers brand new ‘V380’.
Packing a whole bunch of amazing features, one of the biggest selling points of the headset is undoubtedly the RGB lighting. Through their own developed software, it can be customized and configured to suit all needs, requirements, and tastes.
Let’s check out some of the features and specifications!
“Patriot Viper Gaming’s V380 7.1 virtual surround sound gaming headset is engineered for better comfort and functionality all around with a 53mm driver, hinged over-sized ear cups, protein-leather headband, and full spectrum RGB that’s customizable through the Viper Software to match your set up. Game stress-free without worrying about your teammates background noise as the V380 features an omnidirectional, detachable, noise-cancelling microphone. Take in-game communication and sound cues to the next level with crystal clear audio and
Be in the game longer when comfort and quality are combined with optimal functionality. Backed by a two year warranty, the V380 headset is compatible with nearly every Windows® operating system, including Windows® 10, or higher.”
The Patriot Viper Gaming V380 is available to purchase now for a price in the region of $89.99. Based on premium gaming headset prices, this is more than a little reasonable when compared to its competition. If you are, therefore, looking for an upgrade or something nice to accompany your PC, then this design definitely warrants some attention.
You can learn more at the official product website via the link here!
What do you think? Do you like the Patriot Viper ‘V380’? What gaming headset do you use? Would this be a good upgrade for you? – Let us know in the comments!
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