Tt eSPORTS is a name that should come to mind when thinking about PC gaming headsets, and the PC gaming community as a whole. The company does a kick ass job with being involved at the ground level with PC gamers, and the competitive PC gaming environment. There aren't many companies like this, but it's becoming a much bigger thing these days than it was just five years ago.
We have companies like Razer and Tesoro involved, but Tt eSPORTS has been there since the beginning and feels like a relatable company, where you can reach out to their community managers and talk to them, or even hang out with them at a LAN. Tt eSPORTS has a slew of gaming accessories, with today being a look at the new Cronos gaming headset.
Specifications, Pricing and Availability
Tt eSPORTS is aiming this at a specific market, so we don't have balls-against-the-wall specifications here, but what we do have, is a very nice headset. Let's dive right into those specs, showing you the back of the box to marvel at all of those numbers.
Speaking of the box, let's take a look at the front of it.
As for pricing and availability, the Tt eSPORTS Cronos is sitting on Amazon right now for $49.99 in two colors: black, and white.
What's In The Box
In the box, we have the Cronos headset, Users Guide, 3.5mm to USB cable, a larger USB to 3.5mm jack (headphone and mic) cord, and carry bag. The inclusion of a carry bag is great, especially when it's priced at $50.
PRICING: You can find the Tt eSPORTS Cronos Gaming Headset Black HT-CRO008ECBL for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing but can change at any time. Click the link to see the very latest pricing for the best deal.
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