Razer has revealed its Xbox Series X headset range, which spans the Razer Kaira and the Razer Kaira Pro, both of which will work the Xbox Series S as well as its higher-spec brother. And the Pro version will even work with Bluetooth devices like your Android phone, making it perfect for xCloud.
As the press bumf tells us, the Kaira Pro "brings Razer’s latest innovative audio technologies to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox Game Pass for amazing quality cross-platform, multi-device audio wherever and however you play."
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Keep on reading for all the essential info on the Razer Kaira Pro and its cheaper sibling...
Razer Kaira Pro specs and features
The Kaira Pro and the standard Kaira both boast Razer Titanium TriForce 50mm audio drivers, as well as a direct wireless connection to the next-gen consoles via Xbox Wireless.
The Kaira Pro has a couple of features that you won't find on the Kaira: these include a removable Razer HyperCardiod microphone, and a Bluetooth 5.0 connection which is very well suited to cloud gaming on PC or mobile devices.
The standard version of the Kaira still has the same sort of microphone (but it isn't removable) and it doesn't do Bluetooth, making the Kaira Pro your best bet if you want your next-gen Xbox gameplay to span onto your mobile devices as well.
The Kaira Pro also has a second microphone: as well as the removable headset-style mic, there's also an internal mic built-in, which means you can take calls while gaming on the go (without looking like an esports pro who got lost).
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Razer Kaira Pro price and release date
The Razer Kaira is priced at $99.99 and it can be ordered right now from the Razer website at this link - it says it ships on the next business day, so it sounds like there is no pre-order window this time, we're just going straight into the action!
The more mobile-friendly Razer Kaira Pro would set you back $149.99, and again, you could order it right now on the Razer website at this link - and it looks like the release date is basically today, because it says they ship next day!
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