Turtle Beach’s Atom gamepad turns your Android smartphone into a Switch at $75

Amazon now offers the Turtle Beach Atom Mobile Game Controller for Android smartphones at $74.95 shipped in three different styles. Normally fetching $100, you’re looking at only the second discount to date at $25 off. This is $5 under our previous mention and a new all-time low since just launching back in November. Wrapping your Android smartphone in a Nintendo Switch-like form-factor, the Turtle Beach Atom features low-latency Bluetooth connectivity to pair with 20 hours of gameplay per change. Its design for the likes of cloud gaming services like GeForce Now, as well as playing titles right on your smartphone. The ergonomic design fills out your hands a bit more than other models on the market do, and it magnetically snaps into a single package when not in use for easily storing in your everyday carry. Head below for more.

Turtle Beach’s Xbox Stealth 600 Gen 2 Wireless Amplified Headset returns to all-time low of $80

Amazon is currently offering the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 USB Wireless Amplified Gaming Headset for $79.95 shipped. Normally going for $100, this 20% discount marks a return to the all-time low price we’ve tracked for this upgraded headset. This is also only the third time we’ve seen this headset marked down to an all-time low. The Stealth 600 Gen 2 Amplified headset comes with 24 hours or more of battery life on a single charge which is upgraded over the previous Gen 2 model and is backed up by the glasses-friendly design. The Gen 2 microphone here is a flip-to-mute design with variable mic monitoring ensuring you don’t have to shout and are aware of your own volume. All of the controls you’d need are located on the earcups for quick and easy access. This Xbox version will work with the original Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC with the multiplatform model, which is also marked down to this low, working across PlayStation, Switch, PC, and Mac. Be sure to check out our review of the previous model to get a better idea of what to expect.

Turtle Beach’s latest Xbox Fuel Controller Charging Station has a built-in headset stand

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Originally announced last month, Turtle Beach‘s latest Designed for Xbox Fuel Dual Controller Charging Station and Headset Stand is finally available for purchase ahead of the Christmas season. Designed to power two Xbox controllers individually and provide a place to set your gaming headset, this stand has a lot to offer for its budget-focused price. Curious about what this charging station has to offer? Keep reading to find out more.

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Turtle Beach launches Meta Quest 2 VR docking station with rechargeable controller batteries

Today, Turtle Beach is announcing its Fuel Compact VR Charging Station for Meta Quest 2. Available for pre-order today, and the ability to recharge your Meta Quest 2 setup, this charging station is perfect for those in the world of VR with Facebook’s latest headset. Launching at $80, it’s also not too overly expensive either, making it a solid choice to upgrade your desk without breaking the bank. Sound interesting? Keep reading for more information.

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New Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flightstick lets you take to the skies on PC and Xbox

This week, Turtle Beach is introducing its all-new VelocityOne Flightstick, which is a joystick for air and space combat simulation games. Made to work with the Xbox One and Series X|S lineup, as well as the PC, this gaming flight stick is designed to deliver “immersive, accurate controls for navigating air and space flight sim and combat games.” There are eight total axes including a contactless hall effect sensor on the main X and Y axis, making it a solid choice for all setups. Keep reading to find out more.

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Turtle Beach launches Stealth 700 Gen 2 MAX wireless gaming headset for PlayStation

Today, Turtle Beach is launching the PlayStation version of its acclaimed Stealth 700 Gen 2 MAX wireless gaming headset. We loved the Xbox version in our hands-on review, and now PlayStation gamers can get in on the action. There’s a lot that the Turtle Beach 700 Gen 2 MAX headset has to offer PlayStation gamers, so keep reading to find out all that it brings to the table.

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Turtle Beach expanding its flight simulator lineup with VelocityOne Rudder Pedals and Stand

After launching its first flight simulator-focused gaming peripheral (the VelovityOne Flight Universal Control System) last year, Turtle Beach is now announcing its all-new VelocityOne Rudder Pedals and VelocityOne Stand to create one cohesive flight setup. Whether you’re flying a small Cessna 172 or an Airbus airliner, you can configure the setup of the new pedals with the new stand allowing everything to be mounted perfectly while also working with other flight simulation and racing peripherals outside the Turtle Beach ecosystem. Both are now available for pre-order. Keep reading below the fold to learn more.

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Turtle Beach’s new REACT-R Xbox controller has Superhuman Hearing support at $40

This week, Turtle Beach is releasing its all-new REACT-R for Xbox controller. As the first new controller of 2022, the REACT-R is an “ultra-affordable” option that has many of the same core features of the Recon controller we’ve come to know and love, including Superhuman Hearing for connected 3.5mm headsets. What can the REACT-R do? Let’s take a closer look.

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Turtle Beach’s new Stealth 700 Gen 2 MAX wireless Xbox headset offers 40 hours of battery life

Turtle Beach is now further expanding its Stealth 700 Gen 2 line with an all-new MAX product designed for Xbox. This new headset, which brings “lag-free” wireless over USB or Bluetooth to your console, including Xbox Series X|S, can last for up to 40 hours on a single charge, with 15 minutes of being plugged in resulting in another eight hours of use. This $200 headset is poised to possibly be a heavy-hitter in the Xbox market, but what all features does it bring to the table? Let’s take a closer look down below.

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Turtle Beach and ROCCAT announce nearly identical mobile gaming true wireless earbuds

Today, ROCCAT and Turtle Beach announced a pair of true wireless earbuds each. The Turtle Beach Scout Air and ROCCAT Syn Buds Air are aimed at on-the-go and console gaming. Costing $100 each, there are a few differences to know before picking a pair of true wireless gaming buds, so let’s take a closer look to find out which fits your setup the best.

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Enjoy up to 48 hours of battery life with Turtle Beach’s latest Stealth 600 Gen 2 MAX headset

Turtle Beach is out with a new pair of wireless gaming headsets that boast up to 48 hours of use per charge. This would put the latest Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 headsets in a category almost on their own for battery life. There are two models being announced here, including the MAX and the USB, depending on what you need. Both headsets offer 3D spatial surround sound, “unmatched comfort,” and more. Keep reading for additional information on the latest Turtle Beach headsets..

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Turtle Beach’s VelocityOne Flight Control System pre-orders go live, sell out in minutes

Originally announced in July, the Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flight Control System is finally available for pre-order and is slated to begin shipping on November 15. Designed to work with Windows and Xbox, this flight control system is a must-have for those who want a realistic experience in Microsoft Flight Simulator. With pre-orders opening today, the VelocityOne Flight became one of the company’s fastest-selling gaming accessories of all-time, selling out in just 15 minutes. What can the VelocityOne Flight Control System do now that we have more information? Let’s take a closer look.

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New Neat King Bee II and Bumblebee II USB-C microphones now available for pre-order

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Earlier today, Turtle Beach launched Neat Skyline, but the company has also opened pre-orders for two additional microphones: Neat King Bee II and Bumblebee II. Many would agree that both offerings benefit from a premium design that will look great in just about any stream. It doesn’t stop there, however, with both units sporting USB-C connectivity, “outstanding versatility,” and “zero latency.” Continue reading to learn more.

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Turtle Beach’s new Neat Skyline mic pairs a simplistic style with USB-C connectivity

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The world of dedicated PC microphones has greatly expanded over the last few years. There are all sorts of options that span just about every price point imaginable. From affordable to premium, it’s hard to argue that any dedicated option will not result in a quality boost when compared to the integrated microphones found in laptops, smartphones, and many other mainstream devices. Now, a new Neat Skyline microphone from Turtle Beach is throwing its hat into the ring with a clean look, USB-C connectivity, and a large mute button. Continue reading to learn more.

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Turtle Beach revives a classic with the newly redesigned Recon 200 Gen 2 gaming headset

Turtle Beach recently announced that it’s bringing its best-selling console gaming headset, the Recon 200, back for next-generation platforms. The Recon 200 Gen 2 is made to work with Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch, as well as PC and mobile. This makes it a versatile headset and, at $60, will be a go-to for many budget-focused gamers. What all features will it have, and should you buy? Let’s take a closer look.

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Turtle Beach Recon Game Controller with ‘enhanced audio features’ is finally available

Turtle Beach’s long-awaited Recon Controller is finally available for Xbox Series X and Series S. With quite a few features packed in, as well as easy access to audio controls, there’s quite a lot to love here. The 8-way D-pad and “smooth” thumbstick movement ensures that you’ll find plenty to love about Turtle Beach’s latest controller. What else does it deliver? Let’s take a closer look at the Turtle Beach Recon Wired Game Controller.

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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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