Developed by Arctic in conjunction with Germany’s leading esports team, Penta Sports, the Arctic P533, looks good and sounds even better.
Arctic has worked closely with a range of Penta’s top players to bring the performance they’re used to in the professional gaming arena to the mass market.
The Arctic P533 Penta headset is styled in Penta esports black and orange, featuring large over-the-ear earpads.
These are extremely well cushioned and feel comfortable even after long gaming or music sessions.
The earpads are made of durable black plastic with orange accents, featuring Penta’s logo in silver.
There’s an adjustment knob on the left side that allows you to extend the microphone arm for a comfortable fit, while a knob on the right earpad allows you to easily control the volume without messing around looking for a volume controller on the headset’s wire.
The headset is held together with a dark chrome frame, allowing full adjustment.
The top band of the headset is also cushioned, and is hand-stiched with orange thread.
The orange design extends to the cabling, which snake in and out of the left earpad.
On its own, the built-in orange 3.5mm cable is pretty short, but Arctic has included a 2m extension cord allowing you to easily connect the headset to the back (or front) of your PC.
- Smooth, noise canceling earpads and padded leatherette headband that provide a high level of comfort during gaming sessions
- Enhanced bass, that helps you really feel in the game
- An adjustable microphone arm, that can be quickly folded up to mute it
The Arctic P533 Penta headset comes highly recommended for anyone looking for comfort and performance.
Its price of around $65, means it shouldn’t break the bank.
Definitely worth a look if you’re looking for a new gaming headset.
It’s Time to Build
If this Arctic P533 Penta headset PC is the first part of a planned gaming PC, firstly congratulations.
Building a gaming PC will save you a tonne of cash, plus you’ll learn a few things too.
There’s a bunch of reasons you should build your own PC and not buy pre-built.
If you’re a little unsure about where to start, I’ve pulled together a step-by-step guide, and a series of short and simple to follow videos.
If you click the icon in the top left of the below window you’ll bring up the video playlist where you can watch everything from installing a CPU fan to adding a hard drive to your system.
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