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Review: ASUS Orion PRO Gaming Headset | Gametista

ASUSTeK, a company synonymous with various computer parts, has dived into the gaming end of things with their Republic of Gamers products. The line consists of desktops, notebooks, and computer accessories. One such accessory is a new gaming headset, the Orion PRO. Generally ASUS computer components are quality, but would that hold true in the world of gaming headsets?

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kingPoS1175d ago (Edited 1175d ago )

Why can't they put the controls on the headset? If the remote ends up damaged... what then? Why are most of the of mike booms on these kind of headphones so obvious? If bluetooth ear pieces can make them nearly unnoticeable, then why can't gaming headsets do the same?

NintendoGal1175d ago

Modular designs cost a bit more money I'd imagine. Look at the MLG Pro 360 controller, has many different parts, but costs about $100.

kingPoS1174d ago (Edited 1174d ago )

I'm not really asking for a modular set. I just wondering why they make can't integrate the mike better. If bluetooth headsets with nearly invisible mikes can garner such incredibly crisp audio. Why do these headset which cost hundreds, have mikes that protrude so far.

I don't get it? I thought advancing technology was supposed to make things smaller not larger.