SteelSeries is always a good bet for a well-made gaming headsets, and its latest puts a lot of the good bits of more expensive models into a entry-level pair of cans. The £50 Arctis 1 features the same speaker drivers, soundscape and noise-cancelling ClearCast mic as the Arctis 3, 5, 7 and 9X, but the latter is now detachable (rather than retractable) if you have no desire to talk to 17-year-olds from Leeds who are beating you at FIFA. The Arctis 1 also trades the ski goggle suspension headband for a design better suited to on-the-go use, and its 3.5mm connection means it can be used with the PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. It’s available to buy right now.
But it’ll still work with your PS4 too
We love the Nintendo Switch, but its maker’s decision not to make it capable of Bluetooth audio remains as baffling as the decision to remake Point Break a few years ago. There are numerous ways of getting your wireless cans to work with the Switch these days, but SteelSeries may have the best solution with […]