Turtle Beach Aims For PC With New Elite Atlas Lineup

Turtle Beach Aims For PC With New Elite Atlas Lineup

The headset are focused on PC gaming, designed with the help of esports professionals.

Turtle Beach has found success in the console space with its Stealth and Recon lines of headsets, but now it's turning its eye towards the PC gaming market. The company today revealed a new lineup of gaming audio headsets, the Atlas series. The series features three headsets: the Elite Atlas Pro, the Atlas Three Amplified, and the Atlas One.

"When we set out on the path to grow our presence in PC, it included conducting consumer research and working with our partners on key design elements, resulting in what we believe is a great first assortment of PC headsets," said Juergen Stark, CEO, Turtle Beach Corporation. "Each Atlas headset offers PC gamers the audio performance and comfort Turtle Beach is known for. Moving forward we intend to leverage our technology, innovation, and best practices, to continue leading the console gaming headset business through our Recon, Stealth and Elite products, with equal focus and energy behind our new Atlas line that's built for PC gamers."

The Elite Atlas Pro is the high-end model, offering 3.5mm and PC-splitter cables for any PC setup and Turtle Beach's 50mm Nanoclear speakers with Windows Sonic for Headphones surround sound. It'll set you back $99.95. The Atlas Three is the mid-range model for $79.95, offering a PC USB connection and 50mm speakers Windows Sonic with surround sound. Finally, the Atlas One is the budget model, with surround sounds support on smaller 40mm speakers for $49.95.

All three models will be available for launch at the end of September 2018. Attendees at PAX West (August 31-September 3, 2018 in Seattle, Washington) and Dreamhack (September 7-9, 2018 in Montreal, Canada) will have the chance to try out the entire Atlas line of products before launch.

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