Turtle Beach Announces New Xbox Headsets To Launch Next Month

Gaming accessory manufacturer Turtle Beach has today announced a new lineup of hardware, with some fresh Xbox headsets thrown into the mix, for release in May 2024.

The popular headset maker will launch new versions of its 'Stealth 500' and 'Stealth 600' wireless headsets next month - said to bring "newly redesigned versions" of the Xbox accessories to market. The new Stealth 500 will set you back $80 / £80, while the upgraded Stealth 600 will cost $100 / £100.

The 600 model in particular sounds like it has some nice upgrades over the previous 2nd generation model. Turtle Beach is boasting "an astounding 80-hour battery life" with its 3rd gen headset, whereas the 2nd gen version aimed for 48-hours - as we noted in our 2022 review. As for the 500 model, that's bringing a "best-in-class 40-hour battery life" to market next month.

Turtle Beach® Stealth™ 600 Wireless Gaming Headset:

Turtle Beach has revealed a newly redesigned version of its best-selling Stealth 600 wireless multiplatform headset series, now entering its third generation. This newest Stealth 600 offers low-latency 2.4GHz wireless and Bluetooth connectivity and now features the brand’s powerful signature 50mm Nanoclear™ drivers. It also has an astounding 80-hour battery life, AI-driven microphone noise reduction and much more for the same $99.99/£99.99/€109.99 MSRP that’s made it the industry’s leading wireless gaming headset. The Designed for Xbox version will be available in Black or White, as will the PlayStation version. A PC version will also be available in Black.

Turtle Beach® Stealth™ 500 Wireless Gaming Headset:

Turtle Beach is also expanding its best-selling wireless multiplatform Stealth headset series with the introduction of the new Stealth 500, providing gamers with the brand’s signature high-quality gaming audio, plus low-latency 2.4GHz wireless and Bluetooth connectivity, an adjustable floating headband, and best-in-class 40-hour battery life for $79.99/£79.99/€89.99 MSRP. The Designed for Xbox Stealth 500 comes in Black, as does its PlayStation and PC counterparts.

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Both of these new Xbox headsets launch on May 19th, and are up for pre-order now on the Turtle Beach website. The team has unveiled some new PC mice and keyboards for next month too, which are also up for pre-order online.

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