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Sydney, Australia – 18 June 2019: In their quest to create the best equipment for competitive gamers in general and their professional players in particular, Xtrfy and Ninjas in Pyjamas are introducing a long-awaited range of gaming products to the ANZ market. The H1 headset is developed by the experienced pro gamers of Ninjas in Pyjamas, and made for the highest level of esports.
"It's really comfortable, has great passive noise cancellation and the sound is optimised just the way you want it, with distinct details and well-balanced bass", says Patrik "fOrest" Lindberg, professional CS:GO player.
The H1 is ambitiously designed, using high-end materials and components carefully selected by the players. The headset is equipped with 60mm neodymium speaker drivers, optimised to better reproduce every detail of the game.
”To meet the demands of our pro gamers, we've focused on quality all the way. The tech specs are high-end but even more important is how you handle them. We've gone through an extensive process of fine-tuning to find the perfect soundscape for the players", says Erik Jensen, CTO at Xtrfy.
According to Joakim Jansson, COO and Vice President, the H1 opens up a new chapter in the history of Xtrfy.
"After a series of appreciated keyboards, mice, mousepads and accessories, the H1 completes our product range and launching this headset is a milestone for us at Xtrfy. We know that this product is long-awaited by both consumers and retailers, and we're truly excited to finally announce it to the ANZ market."
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