B&O Wireless Headphones for Gamers by Microsoft!

B&O Wireless Headphones for Gamers by Microsoft!

Microsoft has brought a new Xbox addition to promote the audio experience of their game lovers, All-new Bang & Olufsen (B&O) Beoplay Portal wireless headphones.

The extravagance equipment maker’s latest headset is accessible with Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and mobile appliances. It is the first output in the Designed for Xbox Limited Series proposal.

Beoplay Portal is the excellent collection of technology, design, and craftsmanship delivering a pristine audio experience for gaming and day-to-day actions,” Xbox announced in a post.

B&O Wireless Headphones for Gamers by Microsoft!

The headset’s characteristics encompass active noise-cancellation (ANC), virtualized surround pitch through Dolby Atmos for Headphones, and an actual boom unit with a collection of directional, beamforming microphones, rather than a physical one.

The B&O audio app for iOS and Android facilitates users to fine-tune their audio occasion by modifying adaptive ANC, mic monitoring and complexion, game and discussion equilibrium, and entry to pre-set game modes such as RPG or FPS. The application yet enables revamping the headset’s software.

The headset is compact and lightweight, at 282 grams, its ear protectors have built-in jaw backing for tremendous sound isolation, and the aluminum ear cups emphasize capacitive touch restraints for volume as well as, game and conversational balance.

Gamers can attach Beoplay Portal to relatable gaming consoles with lossless 2.4GHz Xbox Wireless connectivity built-in, and PC and mobile devices with Bluetooth 5.1 and aptX Adaptive. According to Microsoft, the headset seizes about three hours to charge, and users can get up to 12 hours of battery life from it with Xbox Wireless, Bluetooth, and ANC, and up to 24 hours with Bluetooth and ANC.

B&O Wireless Headphones for Gamers by Microsoft!

Beoplay Portal is the Danish corporation’s first invasion into creating gaming-first audio equipment. It improves the broad array of first- and third-party headsets accessible for Xbox gamers, comprising the previously launched Xbox Wireless Headset.

You can now purchase the headphones at your nearest stores. 

Last updated:4/8/2021 7:59:46 AM
Shraishth Verma

Shraishth Verma

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