Roccat Pulls Back the Curtain on a New Product Line

Roccat Pulls Back the Curtain on a New Product Line

Roccat Reveals a Must-Have

Roccat, the PC accessories arm of Turtle Beach, has revealed the first product in their new line of joint products. Since being acquired by Turtle Beach in 2019, Roccat has remained mostly independent, but in 2020, they’ve combined forces to take things to the next level.

The Elo X Stero, Elo USB 7.1 and Elo Air 7.1 bring comfort and sleek design along with a killer price point.

Elo X Stereo

Elo X Stereo interfaces via a 3.5mm audio jack, making the device cross-platform compatible. Gamers can expect the same great Turtle Beach features such as the Truspeak™ mic, Prospecs™ glasses friendly design, and their custom built 50mm Speakers. This action-packed cross-platform headset retails for $49.99.

Elo USB 7.1

Elo USB 7.1 utilizes the same great features as well as 7.1 surround sound with a USB interface and removable Truspeak™ mic for a great price of $99.99.

Elo Air 7.1

Looking for the flagship version? Check out the Elo Air 7.1. In addition the the great features found in the Elo Stereo and Elo X USB 7.1, the Elo Air 7.1 features AIMO™ Illumination, syncing the lighting aspect of the Elo Air 7.1 with other AIMO™ enabled devices such as Roccat keyboards and mice. In addition, the flexible, metal reinforced headband, 24-hour battery life and rotating cups provides a fit that feels almost like nothing is there. The Elo Air 7.1 connects wirelessly to a PC via a USB wireless adapter and features more than enough signal strength to install the adapter into a backside USB port in a PC. The Elo Air 7.1 will debut at a MSRP of $99.99.

All three devices; the Elo X Stereo, Elo USB 7.1 and Elo Air 7.1 debut on October 4, 2020 and will be available at all major retailers both in-store and online.

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