The Flux Headset is another headset from SteelSeries that was introduced by the company during CES 2012 in Las Vegas last month, along with the illuminated Siberia v2 Frost Blue. The Flux is unique with its ability to “daisy chain”, what does it mean? The headset can share the stream with other Flux headset by plugging-in it into the available input jacks. The Flux has 2 jacks: one on the left side, and another on the right side. So users have an extra input jack while they’re plugging the microphone into the left or right side jack. The multi-used headset also packed with cable connections for an in-line, uni-directional microphone with mute controls that connect to PC as well as a connector with a single 3.5mm jack for Mac and mobile devices.
Designed with comfortably in mind, the travel-friendly Flux headset features new, on-ear mesh cloth cushions that pump out impressive sound levels via its 40mm driver units. Suitable for gaming, listening music, or making calls, the headset earcups to fold inward when wearing it around the neck, and collapse at the earcup hangers for quick and compact storage.
Expected to be available on Q2 with pricing to be announced, the SteelSeries Flux Headset is also customizable. Users will have an option to order various outer plates with different colors and designs as well as various colored cushions. That’s cool! Are you feeling lucky? Find the SteelSeries Fluz Headset at Amazon.com or visit www.laptopgram.com to keep updated on recent laptop news.