If you like gaming a bit, then you know that a good headset is important. On the one hand because it allows you to hear perfectly what is happening. On the other hand, because it allows you to communicate easily with your friends. The EPOS H3PRO Hybrid is a high-level model.
Last year I wrote a review of the EPOS H3PRO Hybrid. You can read it here. And now the company has decided to add new colors to the high-end headset.
New colors for the EPOS H3PRO Hybrid
The EPOS H3PRO Hybrid is now available in Ghost White and Racing Green. The latter in particular is one that looks really neat. It is a soft green color that would not look out of place on a sports car with a metallic glow. Perhaps that’s why it got that name. Ghost White is a white color that the company has often used on its headsets. But that does not take away from the fact that it is a nice alternative to what is currently available.
Ghost White (Image: EPOS)
So while there are new colors, the headset itself has not changed. The EPOS H3PRO Hybrid is a headset that is perfect for gaming. With Active Noise Cancellation, it ensures that you won’t hear much of anything going on around you. The battery should last about 19 hours and has several ways to get connected. For the PlayStation 5, you use a dongle to set up a wireless connection. Do you have a Nintendo Switch? Then grab your 3.5mm cable and plug it in. It is also possible to connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth. Thus, it is a headset that is more than just for gaming.
Racing Green (Image: EPOS)
We’re giving one away
And the great news? We get to give away an EPOS H3PRO Hybrid. It’s a black version though, but of course the quality is exactly the same. What do you have to do to win it? Well, visit our Instagram page and like it, in case you haven’t already. Then we ask you to send us an email to email@example.com. Please indicate that you want to participate in this action, make a print-screen that you are following the page and leave your address. That way we can send the prize.
Listen to your favorite music (Image: EPOS)