Summary: The 7H Fnatic Edition Gaming Headset from SteelSeries comes with a catchy color scheme, a retractable microphone and can be disassembled in 4 separate parts for travel. The on-wire remote allows us to mute the microphone when needed or to adjust the headset volume; the included cable is dual braided for durability and includes an extender.
Summary: The SteelSeries 7H Fnatic Edition stereo headset is a very solid set of stereo, gaming headphones. Portability is a strong argument in their favor and touted by SteelSeries as what makes them stand out (aside from their Fnatic-endorsed aesthetics), but personally overall comfort stood out as one of the most powerful, underrated features for this lovely device and still resonates with me as the chief reason to use them.
Excerpt: SteelSeries has for long been one of the top names for all-things gaming peripherals in the gaming industry. It has a slew of gaming headsets for consoles and the PC with the 7H series considered to be the top of the line in SteelSeries' gaming headset arsenal. We're going to be taking a good look at the 7H Fnatic Edition gaming headset co-designed by the Fnatic gaming team.
Excerpt: 2 Flares 2 Flares × Today we are lucky enough to get our hands on a set of the new SteelSeries Fnatic 7H headphones. Team Fnatic are considered one of the top ranked professional gaming teams on the planet. The fact that members of team Fnatic are involved in the design of this headset should raise the anticipation level of any gamer that may be considering a new headphone purchase.
Summary: Overall I have really enjoyed my time with the SteelSeries 7H (Fnatic Limited Edition) . They sound really good, as good as any stereo headset that I have come across so far and the microphone works really well too. The headset is light and comfortable and I didn’t experience any form of discomfort during my 10 day test period, even during long 4+ hour gaming sessions.
Excerpt: As time moves on the gap between different technologies is ever shrinking. Whereas once your mobile did phone calls, a Walkman provided your audio and a Filofax was your planner, or even more recently where your mobile did calls and email, an iPod sorted your music needs and your laptop did all the larger jobs, these days it's nearly all handled by a single device.
SteelSeries 7H Headset Review (for iPad, iPhone and iPod)
10 June 2011
Excerpt: 3 Flares 3 Flares × Ever since Apple implemented the App Store on their mobile devices, iOS has becoming a serious contender in the portable gaming space. There are a huge number of games available on the app store from racing games to FPS games so there has never been a better time to buy gaming accessories for your Apple device.
Excerpt: Today, we have the SteelSeries 7H Headset to review. It boasts a pull out microphone, is travel friendly (by being able to dismantle into 4 pieces), features rich clean sound and has interchangeable ear cushions. Let’s take a closer look at the 7H.
Excerpt: Another headset from Steelseries that yet again proves they are top of the game. Here I am again, in the very happy position of a man reviewing a Steelseries headset. This time the 7H. Building on the very well received 5H, this headset answers the question I asked myself once (I did, honest). What would happen if you crossed the clever break apart design of the Steelseries 5H with the superb sound quality of the Siberia V2. Well, the 7H is the answer.
Pros: Great looking, great sounding. Good all round value.
Cons: Connection between he lead and the headset is worryingly weak.
Excerpt: 2 Flares 2 Flares × Over the past few months KitGuru has looked at a number of SteelSeries’ gaming products from the Ferrari-red Siberia V2 headse t to the more understated 7G keyboard . We feel they are some of the best gaming peripherals on the market, combining top-notch quality with awesome performance, so it is no surprise that they have all won KitGuru awards.