Razer Blackshark Headset Battlefield 3 Edition Review

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Razer Blackshark 2.0 Headset Battlefield 3 Collector's Edition Review

Razer Blackshark Battlefield 3 Collector’s Edition Headset Review

Over the past while Razer have been branching out into gaming branded peripherals. For the most part they have been of a high standard, even down to the packaging which on the Star Wars branded items was perfect for the brand involved. Back in November we looked at the Battlefield 3 gear which featured branded versions of the Onza, Blackwidow, Scarab and Imperator. One thing which was missing from the set though was a headset.

Rather than go with a rebranded version of an existing headset for their Battlefield 3 set Razer decided to design a new model and that is the Blackshark. Today we have the Blackshark on our test bench to see how it performs.

Packaging and Bundle

Razer Blackshark box Razer Blackshark packaging

The Blackshark arrives packaged in a similar box to the Tiamat we reviewed recently. An external sleeve shows a clear image of the product as well as listing key information on the other sides and upon removing this we find a box inside with the headset suspended within.

Razer Blackshark bundle

Bundled with the Blackshark we get the usual selection of documentation from Razer as well as a voucher to get in-game dog tags and a cover for the mic location.

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