Today, Gigabyte announced its latest gaming headset line, the Force-H series, crafted for music lovers and audio-savvy gamers alike.
The line-up consists of five headsets, all sharing an unique ergonomic design. Gigabyte boasts "extraordinary audio engineering", promising "optimized multi-dimensional comfort in sound, wear and control."
The flagship H7 and H5 feature real 5.1 and virtual 7.1 surround sound, H3 and H3X are wired closed-back stereo cans with 50mm neodymium drivers and inclined chambers, and lastly, there's the H1 which is a wireless pair, using Bluetooth connectivity.
When it comes to design, all headphones feature a metal-frame construction with swiveling ear-cups. The over-ear cups are using a very odd (or interesting, depending on your preferences) hexagonally-shaped design. The cushions are made out of memory-foam and wrapped in leatherette.
What else? There are some tweaking options available for each model, via the smart control panel for the high-end H7 and H5, the independent in-line control for the H3X and H3, and the on-board control for the H1. Lastly, all headsets also feature a retractable uni-directional microphone, and a carry-pouch / case (depending on the model).
The FORCE H Series gaming headsets are available starting with the H3X leading the way to hit the market in October, followed by the flagship H7 and H5 models right afterwards. The H1 will be coming soon this winter in Q4.