Recently Corsair has introduced a new stereo headset for gaming named HS60 Haptic to supplement in-line HS series Corsair gaming headset won multiple awards. Combined with Taction Technology, Corsair HS60S Haptic will bring a deeper, more powerful audio experience than ever.
As for the appearance, it will be nothing compared to the regular HS60 version. However, the military-style green pattern, the ear cushions, and head cushions of the HS60 Haptic have used new memory foam materials, the new driver from Taction Technology is what deserves an upgrade over the regular version.
The 50mm neodymium membrane driver developed by Taction Technology will deliver a detailed, separated, energetic sound experience in the bass range. Combined with the driver that is an anti-noise omnidirectional microphone that will create a clearer, cleaner voice than ever. On-ear volume and haptic effect controls enable on-the-fly adjustments without distracting you from your game.
The HS60 Haptic uses a USB-A connection instead of a USB-C that allows easy connection to almost all PCs and macOS using its bundled iCUE add-on. We can tweak the EQ, Enhanced Mic, and more. Of course, the HS60 Haptic will not be an RGB headset to tweak color effects. Connecting to PC via USB, the HS60 HAPTIC stereo headset is compatible with powerful CORSAIR iCUE software and Windows Sonic surround sound.
Corsair HS60 Haptic price and availability
Earlier this month, Corsair has introduced two new gaming mice: the Katar Pro and the Katar Pro Wireless. Their advantages include a small weight, equal to 69 and 96 g, respectively, they have a compact and symmetrical shape of the devices that will attract both those who hold the mouse with their entire palm and those who do it only with their fingers.