Kana, Kinzu V2 and Kinzu V2 Pro Edition, each with various options and customizable abilities to edit and create profiles for different games. Professional grade DCPI and tournament quality optical sensors will help gamers achieve top-notch performance against the competition in any scenario. You can learn more about the Kana, the Kinzu V2, or the Kinzu V2 Pro Edition on their respective pages.
The Flux Headset, which is a travel friendly set with 40mm driver units and a 3.5mm jack for Macs, PCs and mobile devices. Bruce Hawver, SteelSeries CEO shared a few comments on the Flux, saying...
“This headset is meant to be more about the user, versus just another audio option – we brought together color and plate design options with the versatility of being able to plug in and use the audio and microphone with any device. If you play games on your PC, you most likely also listen to music and make calls, and you want a headset that will allow you adapt.”
The device also comes with a daisy chain which enables users to plug in an additional headset, which means multiple users can listen to music, movies or other media from a single device. That's pretty rad if I must say so myself.
You can learn more about the Flux Headset over at its official page.
Okay now, the Kinzu was crap, is crap, and i guess it will still be because of that horrible sensor. The Kana has a weird size, i don't know why. Kana, etto weird ekta name. xD