[citation][nom]lightningjack[/nom]I could really use a wireless gaming headset. But as much as I love WoW, I'm also an adult who doesn't want hieroglyphics or massive lights on my headset (or any gear for that matter). Will this WoW headset appeal to 12 year olds? Absolutely. They'll go nuts for it. But Creative has definitely made design decisions that seemingly alienate the vast majoirty of mature gamers gamers who actually have the type of disposable income to spend on this headset.This is a classic case of a company simply trying so hard to be relevant only to end up completely missing the mark. And it's really too bad because this headset seems reasonably full-featured otherwise. I will wait for Razer or Logitech to release a similarly spec'ed headset with a more sophisticated design.Devin, I know the Logitech wireless headset uses 2.4GHz tech (and I believe the Plantronics one does too). So this tech is definitely not new, albeit neither are "gaming" headsets. I've actually been using the Logitech wireless headset for over a year and I absolutely love it.[/citation]
2.4 GHz is new to the gaming segment, for sure. Also, and perhaps I should have specified this in the article...you can turn the LED lighting off if you so desire.