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SteelSeries Arctis 7P Wireless Headset Review


The box design matches the colour scheme of the PlayStation 5, and while it is a multi-format headset, that’s clearly the focus here. There’s a fantastic photo of the headset on the front too. There’s an IGN quote too, what eTeknix not good enough for you SteelSeries? I’ll be having words :-p

Around the back, it’s all the technical stuff, such as the 24 hour battery life, Discord certified microphone, and lossless wireless technology.

Open the box up, and you’ll find a durable inner box.

Then inside the second box, you’ll find a durable plastic mould with the headset nicely displayed, as well as all the accessories. It’s certainly well packaged and protected!

In the box, you’ll find a cable for charging, a USB connection cable, a 3.5mm 4-pole to proprietary jack cable, a USB type-C to type-A adaptor and extension cable, and the Type-C dongle. You can connect this beast to just about everything!

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Peter Donnell

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