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Monday, 15 March 2010 00:00
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SteelSeries Siberia v2 headset and mobile device adapter review

While SteelSeries might be a name you recognise from their ranges of keyboards, mice and mousing surfaces, it's the company's expertise in the gaming headset market that is perhaps what has defined them in the eyes of many.  Indeed, as the years have gone by, the presence of a headset has gone from being a "nice to have" peripheral for the hardcore multi-player gamer to become an absolutely essential part of their arsenal thanks to the ever-growing prevalence of online games which requires teamwork and communication above and beyond typing messages in a textual form to your buddies.  Add to that the growing need for a microphone amongst PC owners, if only to voice-over your latest YouTube creations, and there are certainly a lot of reasons to make 2010 the year you pick up a top-notch headset for your system.

Along those lines, today we take a look at SteelSeries' Siberia v2 headset, which looks to offer great sound quality for anyone in need of either headphones or a full on headset, while we also take a peek at the company's recently released adapter for the iPhone and other compatible mobile devices, which extends the Siberia's functionality beyond the sphere of PC usage.

 
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