Turtle Beach Introduces Line Of Headsets For PC Gaming

Turtle Beach announces the Atlas Series, three new PC-specific headsets created with the help of esports professionals.

Turtle Beach, a company known worldwide for designing gaming headsets, announced the Atlas line of PC-specific headsets earlier today. The line offers three headsets ranging in price from $50 to $100, perfect for a range of budgets and needs.

To assure the Atlas line would fit the needs of PC gamers, Turtle Beach worked with pro gamers in the design process. The goal was to create something suited for competitive play, thereby making them the best available for every kind of player.

The first headset in the Atlas line is the Atlas One PC Gaming Headset. Priced at $50, this headset offers players a lightweight design, high-quality 40mm speakers, and a high-sensitivity flip-to-mute mic. It can also be used on console and mobile devices -- even including a 3.5mm headset jack.

The next set in the lineup, the Atlas Three Amplified PC Gaming Headset, is for those who have a bit more to spend but don't want to break the bank -- coming in at the $80 mark. It offers some of the same features of the One while improving on others, with larger (55mmm speakers) and a metal-reinforced frame. This headset is also glasses friendly and offers other comfort features such as a breathable fabric-wrapped headband and memory foam ear cushions.

Finally, for those looking for all the features, there's the Elite Atlas Headset. Costing $100, the Elite Atlas features 50mm Nanoclear over-ear speakers, fabric-wrapped Aerofit ear cushions, that block out external noise, and a noise-canceling mic. Comfort-wise, players should be pretty happy with the Elite Atlas. The set offers a floating metal headband with a glasses friendly design.

All three headsets are now available to purchase via the official Turtle Beach website.

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Published Oct. 1st 2018

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