If you want to look unique at the next LANParty you hit, or maybe you are just THAT into Medal of Honor and want to add to the experience, pick up Gameskulls’ GS-1 Tactical Gaming Helmet. It is made to resemble the Army’s PASGT Ground Troops helmet or the USMC Light Weight Helmet and hides inside a pair of earcups with 50mm drivers and a boom microphone. USB, PS3 and XBox 360 connectors all come in the package, there is no installation software. OCIA did find that ambient noise bounced around in the helmet and thought perhaps noise cancellation would be a good thing to add to another model.
Note: Buying this helmet and wearing it on the 11th of November is not sufficient; please consider taking a break from gaming to visit a memorial service for veterans who have died in past and present wars.
“Tired of the same old boring gaming audio headgear? Looking for something unique to wear at your next LAN party? The guys over at Gameskulls may have just the thing you’re looking for. It’s the GS-1 Tactical Gaming Helmet, and it’s definitely a whole lot different than any other gaming headset we’ve ever reviewed or even seen previously.”
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