When it comes to accessories and gadgets, like headphones, cameras and cellphones, I’m of the mind that what’s promised on the box is what should be featured in the box, and if product manufacturers feel that their offerings are worth a not-inconsiderable asking price, then they must be pretty proud of their products.
But what if the promised feature isn’t anywhere near as valuable as the manufacturer thinks it is? What if the product’s key feature simply doesn’t work very well, or at all?
While the Razer Megalodon 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset produces quality audio comparable to a much lower priced set of headphones, the featured 7.1 audio and ‘Onboard Audio Processing’ technology simply don’t justify the cost of this accessory, while its restricted use on PC doesn’t do it any favours, either.
Continue reading El33tonline’s review of the Razer Megalodon Headset.