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Trust GXT 498 Forta, PS5 licensed headset made from recycled plastic

Confidence announced the new headphones Gaming headset GXT 498 Fortathat have an official license to work playstation 5, the latest generation of video game console from Sony. It’s not the first peripheral with a similar profile that the Dutch-born company has launched, having launched the GXT 488 Forze for PlayStation 4 in 2020.

The GXT 498 Forta Headset for PlayStation 5 has been created with an eco-friendly design composed of 85% recycled plastics. This isn’t the first Trust device to be made with a high percentage of recycled plastics, as the company previously sold the Trezo keyboard and mouse bundle and the low-cost Muta controller under the same profile and with the aim of minimizing environmental damage.

In order to satisfy the customer and maintain the line that allowed the GXT 488 Forze to get good sales, the GXT 498 Forta headphones have been designed to match the profile of the console they are aimed at, the PlayStation 5. add unique features to ensure the best gaming experience. The headphones are 50 mm and have 3D sound offer complete immersion in the game.

The GXT 498 Forta has a detachable microphone with noise reduction technologyensuring clean and clear communication with teammates in online matches, while the padded headband and articulated ear cups with soft ear cups offer the comfort needed for long gaming sessions.

Despite being aimed at the PlayStation 5, the GXT 498 Forta is a plug-and-play headset capable of working on PlayStation 4 and PC thanks to they rest on a typical 3.5mm jack connector, so they should work on any sound card or chip that is fully functional and supported by the operating system. The dimensions are 83 mm in depth, 165 mm in width and 205 mm in height, while the weight is about 253 grams.

The Trust GXT 498 Forta Gaming Headset is now available in stores and retailers for a suggested retail price of €49.99.

Source: Muy Computer



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