Rosewill has excelled for years at offering up gear for enthusiasts who love PCs but don't have the budget to match the hobby's high cost. The latest addition to the Rosewill family is the RGH-2100 gaming headset.
This headset doesn't venture much outside the realm of standard features, and that's just fine. As a stereo headset, the RGH-2100 communicates through a pair of 3.5-mm jacks, meaning it should be compatible with PCs, consoles, and mobile devices. Sound waves reach your ears by way of a pair of 40-mm neodymium drivers that Rosewill says offer wide-range frequency response and precise sound positioning.
When it comes to the headset's build, Rosewill says it weighs in at just 0.66 lbs (or 299g) thanks to its mostly-plastic construction. The ear pads look like the usual faux leather-style cups we tend to see on lower-end headsets, but the company claims we'll forget we're wearing a headset when we put it on. The passive noise-cancelling microphone can be rotated out of the way when not in use, and muted with the controls located alongside a volume wheel on the 5.9' cord.
The RGH-2100 is available now at Newegg for a very affordable $14.99.
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