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SteelSeries Launches Arctis Gaming Headsets With Sleek Design and Bi-Directional Microphones

For a good while, we stayed away from gaming peripherals because they were ostentatious. For whatever reason, the powers that be decided blaring red and jagged edges embodied gaming, and the whole market just went with it. We’re actually pretty far removed from those days, with LucidSound and Tesoro being two of many examples of companies moving away from that image towards something more acceptable to the mainstream — reflecting the shift in gaming as a whole, no less.
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