Sennheiser today launched the GSP370 gaming headset, which will allow you to immerse yourself in virtual worlds for as many as 100 hours between charges. Sennheiser have managed to improve power efficiency of the GSP370 over their current flagship, the GSP670, by more than five times – that one headset only lasts between 16 and 20 hours for each full charge. And this battery efficiency didn’t come at the cost of maximum output levels – the 117dB SPL makes sure of that.
There’s a noise-canceling mic in the headset, and memory foam pads appeal to comfort and extended gaming sessions. The GPS370 is compatible with PC, Mac, and PlayStation 4 (and Xbox as well with the headphone adapters or newer controllers) and is available on Sennheiser’s website starting today for $199.95. Data transmission is taken care of by Bluetooth 5.0 (in a dongle adapter) and there’s a micro USB charging cable in the box, which is enough to power the headset for usage even if its battery runs completely dry. Sennheiser will also include its GSA 50 headset hanger, which normally sells for $38, for free.
Original story: TPU