The SteelSeries Arctis line of gaming headsets is seemingly never going to end, and the SteelSeries Arctis Prime adds itself right into the middle of the mix at $99 (£99, AU$119) while offering a very focused package that competitive gamers might like.
At this price, the Arctis Prime competes directly with the Arctis 1 Wireless, but the two headsets offer different experiences. The Arctis Prime is focused on competitive play and brings some of the Arctis line’s most premium elements to a lower price point, having more in common with the $89 (about £65, AU$115) Logitech G Pro gaming headset.
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