Hyperkin ComRad Wireless Gaming Helmet

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Looking to really immerse yourself in that Call of Duty or Battlefield experience? Then you might want to take a look at this Hyperkin ComRad Wireless Gaming Helmet.

Whether you prefer PlayStation, Xbox, or even PC, the fact of the matter still remains – trash talking is the absolute best part of the online gaming experience. With that being said, having a headset is a must, so why not make it one that was designed to look like a real military combat helmet? This military inspired helmet comes with 3 different camouflage covers, and features a wireless set of speakers and detachable boom microphone. Powered by rechargeable batteries, this helmet will work on all of the current generation consoles as well as PC. Here’s to hoping it’s compatible with the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. [Purchase]

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