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Wednesday, 27 July 2011 11:57

New headset & media remote incoming

Written by David Stellmack


360 owners treated to new offerings in November
Microsoft is overhauling both their headset and media remote offerings with two new products that will be incoming to dealer shelves in November.

The new Xbox 360 Wireless Headset is a Bluetooth offering that will allow for 8 hours of talk time and re-charging using the USB port on your Xbox. The headset will be able to be paired with both your Xbox and your cell phone and can switch between modes at the touch of a button. The new Bluetooth headset will be able to connect to the Xbox using the console’s standard radio frequencies. It will retail for $59.99 when it arrives in November.

Microsoft is also going to be offering a new Media Remote that will allow users to control their media at a touch of a button. The remote will use 2 AAA batteries and offers rubberized keys with positive key pressing feedback. It will retail for $19.99 and it is compatible with all applications on the Xbox 360, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, and ESPN offerings.

David Stellmack

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