Geek Pick of the Week: EPOS Gaming Headsets Galore!

The Geek Pick of the Week returns, and we’re kicking things off with a video review comparing two of EPOS Gaming’s impressive headsets.

As the Holiday season approaches, we’re bringing back our Geek Pick of the Week. Each week leading up to Christmas, we’ll be highlighting a cool product we’ve found that we feel would be the perfect gift for geeks of all kinds. Use these to help fill in your own wish list or find the perfect gift for the nerds in your life. Click HERE to read more about previous Picks of the Week!

It’s that time of year again, which means the Geek Pick of the Week is back and ready to help you sort through all the cool stuff for nerds this Holiday season. EPOS Gaming was kind enough to send us THREE of their gaming devices (one of which we’ve already reviewed) that they’re pushing this Christmas, and I’m here to break it all down in our latest video:

EPOS continues to bring the goods when it comes to their devices. I’ve since been able to get the Gaming Suite software working as intended and haven’t noticed any issues with it going forward. So yeah, let’s not count that against them.

I loved both of these sets, even if the wireless one was just a smidgen smaller (and thus tighter) on my head. They’re super comfy all around, with the slightly tilted headband making it fit nicely on the head for long periods of time. They look sharp, feel solid and impressive, and all around bring the high-quality that certainly helps justify the price tags.

H6PRO ($179)
H3PRO Hybrid ($279)
GTW 270 Hybrid ($149)

If you’re looking to buy one of these, you can find them all directly through EPOS’ site using the links above. You can also browse more of their products via this handy (affiliate) link.

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