SteelSeries is putting the power to choose in your hands as the we see the launch of the SteelSeries Flux Configurator! Using this website, users will get to choose the components to build their own, unique, Flux headset.
The process could not be more simple; just to the Flux Configurator website, select your country, and choose between a variety of options for the frame style, side plate colors, ear cup colors, cord colors, and even what type of audio cord you want. I was given a chance to try this out prior to launch, and the experience was super easy. It took less than 5 minutes for me to design a headset sporting the colors of my favorite NFL team, the Buffalo Bills. Each order also comes with a nice carry bag.
Bruce Hawver, SteelSeries CEO says: “On a fundamental level we believe technology should enable anyone to unlock their own potential as a player, just like in gaming mice where we pioneered personalization with ExactSense, ExactLift, ExactAim and more…The Flux Configurator brings that type of customization to headsets, this time on a very physical level, by giving our players the opportunity to build a gaming headset that is entirely their own.”
We reviewed the Flux headset a while back, but in case you don’t want to back and read the whole thing, the Flux was designed for maximum portability, folding up neatly in a couple of convenient ways. The headset can fold up towards the band. In addition, each earcup can be rotated to fold the headset flat for easy storage or to comfortably show it off around your neck. The Flux offers two interchangeable cable options, one for PC, and one for Mac and mobile devices. With two input jacks, one on each earcup, you can choose either side for cord and microphone connection. The extra input jack can be used to share your sound, simply by plugging another headset into the Flux, so multiple users can listen to the same device.
Visit the Flux Configurator website to design your own today, and be sure to Follow SteelSeries on Facebook and Twitter!
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