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    The Xbox One and Xbox One X now support direct wireless connections for peripherals, including those from headset manufacturers such as Turtle Beach.
    A range of new headsets are in the works for Xbox One and Windows 10 to take advantage of the new Xbox Wireless protocol, and Turtle Beach is among the first out of the gate.
    The Stealth 700 is a brand new Xbox-focused headset, which also works with Windows 10 PCs that either have Bluetooth, Xbox Wireless built-in (like the Surface Book 2 15-incher, or that use the Xbox Wireless USB dongle, which is set for its own miniaturized refresh in early 2018.

    At first, I had some major signal problems with the headset, but after updating the firmware, I discovered a wonderfully versatile, powerful, and affordable wireless headset. This is our Turtle Beach Stealth 700 review.

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    11-08-2017 08:10 AM

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