Razer’s Ifrit is a new headset from a gaming code that ditches a customary over-ear headphones for a span of earbuds, that it combines with an arm-mounted microphone. The outcome is a some-more lightweight device that shouldn’t problematic your face as we tide – even if a condenser mic is still flattering chunky.
The Ifrit is natively concordant with a Xbox One and PC around a 3.5mm jack. If we wish to use a headset with a PS4, you’ll need to use a enclosed Razer USB Audio Enhancer to bond it to a gangling USB port. This USB converter can also be used with a PC, where it can be used to block dual headsets into one machine. Given Razer’s representation about a Ifrit being ideal for mobile broadcasting, it’s a contrition to not see a USB Type-C adapter, generally given how many phones (including a Razer Phone) are ditching a analog headphone jack.
The Razer Ifrit is available worldwide now for $99.99 if we imagination slimming down your Twitch streaming setup. The USB Audio Enhancer is accessible to be purchased alone for $19.99 if we wish to modify a apart 3.5mm headset to USB.