SteelSeries Arctis 7 Wireless Gaming Headset Now Only $99 (Today Only) - Amazon Black Friday 2018 Deals

The SteelSeries Arctis 7 wireless gaming headset has seen a price drop for Black Friday 2018 and can now be picked up for just $99. These headphones come with a retail price of $149 in the US and while they have seen some price drops over the past few months, this is the lowest they have dropped to. Making now an ideal option to save big on a new gaming headset and especially a wireless one. This price drop is an Amazon 'Deal of the Day' so those looking to buy at the lower price will need to make the purchase before the end of the day.

Gaming headsets typically differ from traditional headphones in terms of the lower latency on offer although this is normally defined as most beneficial when used in a wired fashion. This is what makes the SteelSeries Arctis 7 headset a little different as it looks to offer ultra-low latency and lossless audio over a wireless connection, along with a battery that’s rated to last up to 24 hours on a single charge. Of course, for those who do prefer the ultimate in lower latency and greater reliability, these headphones can also be used in a wired mode. This is all in addition to a heightened sound quality in general, a build quality designed with comfort during long-lasting sessions in mind, and a noise-cancellation Arctis ClearCast microphone which aims to provide a studio-quality level of clarity. All of which results in an ideal gift for gamers.

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