OC3D Best of 2014

Headsets

OC3D Best of 2014

Headsets

Microlab T1 Bluetooth Headset

One of the biggest surprises of the year was the Microlab T1 Bluetooth headset. Turning up in the middle of a run of high-end, high priced offerings it rocked us with the low, £50, price tag and fantastic sound quality. Light, comfortable, easy to pair up, capable of playing audio whilst charging through the USB cable, battery life that lasts a day, there is nothing not to like about it. You can have it whilst playing games, leave it on your head and pair it with your phone whilst you're out. It does it all and for twice the price it would still be the most impressive one we tested this year.

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Kingston HyperX Cloud Headset Review

Kingston are most famous for their memory and solid state drives, so when the HyperX Cloud Headset appeared in the offices we could be forgiven for being apprehensive. We needn't have been though. Fantastic build quality, amazing sound quality, comfort and looks, it lived up to the weight of that HyperX branding. If you want a headset that is more conventionally attached to your system than the T1s, this is the one to choose.

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23-12-2014, 15:05:19

MadShadow
Thanks for the roundup. I might know what ot buy now Quote

24-12-2014, 10:25:04

Nerdfighter
I'm sure Phanteks would have squeezed in the best cases section if you guys had gotten them for review Quote

24-12-2014, 10:33:41

tinytomlogan
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I'm sure Phanteks would have squeezed in the best cases section if you guys had gotten them for review
If they had offered....Quote

24-12-2014, 10:35:57

barnsley
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
If they had offered....
Haven't they got the ex NZXT PR guy who still has a thing against you?Quote

24-12-2014, 10:38:31

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
Haven't they got the ex NZXT PR guy who still has a thing against you?
AFAIk yes matey - all goes back to the H2 vs R3 reviewQuote
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