When I think Astro, I think fancy wireless gaming headsets that cost hundreds of dollars. That’s why I was so eager to test out the $60 Astro A10, the company’s first foray into the entry-level headset arena, which is dominated by the likes of Turtle Beach and HyperX.
Premium looks on a budget
It might not have the metal components and fancy features of its more expensive siblings, but the Astro A10 is impressively slick and sturdy for a plastic $60 headset. It’s essentially a baby brother version of the premium Astro A50, sporting big, boxy ear cups and a bendable mic that you can flip up to mute.
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