Excerpt: SteelSeries Siberia v2 Frost Blue Review Manufacturer: SteelSeries UK price (as reviewed): £99.98 (inc VAT) US price (as reviewed): $139.99 (ex Tax) It was only a few months ago that we last looked at a SteelSeries peripheral, the Kana mouse, which impressed us with its back to basics form.
Summary: SteelSeries has been offering top-shelf gaming peripherals for years now— , and their signature series of . Their products aren’t cheap but for the money you know you’re getting a quality piece of gear for your console or high-end gaming rig.
Conclusion: Overall, I really like this headset, and found it to be extremely comfortable and very easy to use, it’s not too shabby looking either with its white design. Sound quality was good, both from the 50mm drivers and the microphone and the cable was a decent length.
Excerpt: SteelSeries' latest headphones, presented in glossy iPod white, almost look like designer cans for music lovers. Look closer though, at the retractable microphone and lightweight design, and it becomes obvious that these are made with lengthy online Call of Duty battles in mind.
Steelseries Siberia V2 Cross Platform Headset Review – A Fair Price Can Equate to Good Sound
Canadian Online Gamers
22 April 2012
Excerpt: The SteelSeries Siberia V2 headsets have been on the market since 2011. We met up with the company at PAX Prime 2013, and finally were able to talk to someone about reviewing their produce. So alas, we got some intimate time the Siberia V2 Cross Platform Headset (phew, that’s quite the name).
Summary: The design of the headset is superb in terms of looks and comfort. It’s also got the perfect length of cable for PC cases that are close to your desk with front mounted USB or you have the extension lead for those that don't.
SteelSeries Siberia V2 Black and Gold Edition Headset Review
28 December 2011
Excerpt: 2 Flares 2 Flares × Those who have been reading KitGuru for a while will know that the SteelSeries Siberia V2 is one of our favourite gaming headsets of all time. Take a short walk around any serious LAN event, like Multiplay’s i-Series, and you’ll see quite a number of gamers sporting this...