Accessory Power is heading to CES next month with a lineup of new tech accessories.
The Enhance Scoria Vibration gaming headset is designed with an adjustable vibration engine, meant to immerse the wearer into the game. Users will be able to feel the gunfire, explosions and experience heightened awareness during combat or engagement, said the company, and may even provide users with a tactical advantage.
Other features include 7.1 virtual surround sound, illuminated in-line controller, color-selectable LEDs, and built-in multimedia controls. They also have a retractable microphone. Pricing and availability for all of these will be announced at the show.
The company is also launching its new Enhance USB condenser microphone. It uses an omnidirectional condenser capsule that provides exceptional acoustic versatility, according to the company. The device reportedly has no latency and delivers the performance needed to capture crisp and clear audio in any environment, it added.
The mic is targeted at gamers who want to shed their bulky headset and instead pair a desktop mic with their PC speakers. The microphone’s position can be adjusted using its versatile desktop stand. Features include plug-and-play driverless installation and intuitive one-touch controls.
Finally, Accessory Power is showcasing its new Enhance Vibration in-ear headset at CES. The earphones feature a Tactile Reality Engine (TRE) embedded into its housings, designed to react to low frequencies by vibrating.
The included 2-foot-long splitter cable adapts the in-ear headset for use on a computer, providing support for the in-line microphone, while the 6-foot-long, tangle-free wired connection ensures zero latency during game play and team chat, said the company.
The three-piece acoustic chamber is machined from anodized 5052 aluminum.
Pricing and availability for all three products will be announced at the show.