In an a sleek black design (with a touch of green), the wireless headset will last 15 hours and you’ll be able to get 4 hours of play from a 30 minute quick charge. The headset will be compatible with spacial audio including Windows Sonic, Dolby Atos and DTX Headphones:X.
The headset will provide clear voice chat with a boom microphone that can auto mute you when it doesn’t detect you talking (it also has a manual mute) and voice isolation that focuses on reducing background noise.
One of the biggest features for me with a headset is how accessible the volume and game/chat auction wheels are, and Xbox has been really clever in making the entire headset cups spinnable to control both of these functions.
Obviously, if you’re using these with Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One or PC, you’re going to have a great integrated experience with full dash support.