SteelSeries Arctis 7+, 7P+ wireless headphones add next-generation 3D sound effects, bring longer battery life and USB-C

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SteelSeries Arctis 7

SteelSeries Arctis 7 was updated in 2019, but the changes at that time did not seem to be much different from the 2016 early generation. Coming to 2021, SteelSeries released the new Arctis 7+ and Arctis 7P+, finally adding the long battery life and USB-C that everyone hopes to have, as well as the next-generation 3D audio.

The specifications of Arctis 7+ and Arctis 7P+ are actually roughly the same. There will also be a USB-C charging port, which brings 15 minutes of fast charging, 3 hours of use, and a full battery life of 30 hours. Both headsets will support the new version of the wireless connector, which can be used on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Switch and other consoles, and even iPad (models with USB-C) and Oculus Quest 2.

SteelSeries Arctis 7

SteelSeries Arctis 7

Okay, what is the difference between the two new headphones? In fact, it is in 3D audio technology. Arctis 7P+ supports the new generation of 3D Audio technology, especially on PlayStation consoles. Arctis 7+ is equipped with the 7.1 virtual loopback sound effect provided by Sonar, and it is ahead of them in 2022. The release schedule for the year will be applied to the product in 2021.

SteelSeries Arctis 7+ and 7P+ are both priced at US$200. They are also available in black and white and are now available for sale on the official website.

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