Take to the skies on Xbox with the new Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flight system

During Microsoft’s E3 event this past Sunday, we got our first look at Flight Simulator 2020 on Xbox Series X/S. Honestly, I was blown away by how good the game looks on console and can’t wait to get my hands on it. I recently tried out Flight Sim 2020 on PC and found that it’s a fantastic game that’s quite fun, though playing with a keyboard is a bit cumbersome. Heck, playing with a controller won’t be the easiest thing. That’s why Turtle Beach prepared its VelocityOne Flight system that’s designed specifically to be used with Xbox Series X/S and Windows 10 PCs for flying around in Flight Simulator 2020. What all does the Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flight System do? Let’s take a closer look.

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Turtle Beach launches ‘first-of-its-kind’ 60mm Eclipse Dual Driver Recon 500 Gaming Headset

Turtle Beach just announced its latest headset, the Recon 500. While it’s an addition to the popular Recon lineup of headsets, there’s something that this specific model brings to the table that no other pair before it did: 60mm Eclipse Dual Drivers. These are a “first-of-their-kind” patented tech that offers “separate high and low frequencies” for “ultra-detailed gaming audio across a massive soundstage.” This is far from the only improvement being made here, so keep reading to find out more.

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Turtle Beach updates Stealth 600 + 700 headsets for next-gen consoles

Turtle Beach is updating its iconic Stealth 600 and Stealth 700 gaming headsets for both PlayStation and Xbox with a second generation. Offering up to 20-hours of battery life, wireless connectivity, and high-quality microphones, these headsets are perfect for using with your current and next-generation consoles.

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Turtle Beach launches “Work and School from Home” headsets + bundles from $30

Turtle Beach, a trusted name in the gaming headset community, is launching a new line of “Work and School from Home” headsets with prices designed to fit any budget. Turtle Beach’s latest headsets start at just $30 and include USB sound enhancers, over-ear options, and even some in-ear models. If you’re finding that you’re working from home or handling next semester without visiting campus, having a quality headset is a must.

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