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New Xbox 360 Bluetooth Headset, Media Remote Releasing in Fall

Posted on Tuesday, July 26 @ 07:59:42 Eastern by


Microsoft doesn't exactly have a good reputation for their hardware. They did to a fantastic job with addressing that with the latest, slimmed down and more stylish version of the Xbox 360, which comes in a glossy black finish. There was only one problem: It made all of your old Xbox 360 accessories look like complete shit. Their gray, eggshell-finished accessories clash with the sexy black console's exterior. Finally, Microsoft realized this and is releasing some new accessories that perfectly compliment the new Xbox 360.

This November, Microsoft will release a Xbox 360 Wireless Headset with Bluetooth and Xbox 360 Media Remote. The new headset looks more mature and sleek, but unfortunately, still uses the 360's regular wireless signal instead of Bluetooth. However, the addition of Bluetooth means you can use it with your cell phone or even your PS3. The new media remote, like the headset and the newer Xbox 360 itself, features a more sophisticated glossy black finish.

The Xbox 360 Wireless Headset with Bluetooth will sell for $59.99, $10 more than the standard headset. The Xbox 360 Media Remote will set you back $19.99. Both will hit store shelves this November.


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