Here at Geeks Under Grace, we’ve covered multiple releases from publisher Nacon and their studios. Specific titles include Steelrising, Session, and Werewolf: The Apocalypse. While those titles and many more are on store shelves, did you know that they have also dipped their toes into the hardware business?
Nacon acquired headset company Rig and has released a controller, two gaming headsets, and a streaming microphone since that acquisition. All of their products seem fairly modest in price, therefore not dealing a death blow to your wallet. Just this past week, Nacon announced a new product if you’re in the market for some new gear or in search of a gift for your fellow gaming enthusiast being that the holidays are already around the corner. On September 18th, Nacon and Rig will release a new series of wireless headsets called the 600 Pro. Both headsets have the capability of being used across multiple platforms such as Nintendo Switch and PC, however, the 600 Pro HS is built with PlayStation owners in mind while the 600 Pro HX is built specifically for Xbox with a few extra features. Ultimately, it comes down to which platform you prefer.
RIG 600 PRO features:
- Dual-mode wireless with 2.4GHz USB-C adapter and Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity.
- High-quality game audio from bass-boosted 40mm high-sensitivity drivers.
- Tuned chamber acoustics for balanced audio.
- Mic discretely folds into the earcup when on the go.
- All-day comfort via light weight ear cups wrapped in breathable fabric.
- Virtually unbreakable and plush-cushioned headband.
- 600 PRO Navigator app available for advanced customization.
- Compatible with Nintendo Switch, Steam Deck, and mobile devices.
- Up to 24-hour Bluetooth battery life.
- Up to 18-hour 2.4GHz battery life.
- Recharge via USB-C port (cable included).
Pricing & Availability
If you’re interested in the 600 Pro Headset when it releases, it will be available for $99.99 starting September 18th. Retailers such as Gamestop and Amazon will have them available for purchase in the standard black color, whereas Walmart will have exclusive Arctic and Urban camo options that look like a very cool addition to any gaming tech enthusiast’s collection.
Will you be picking one up? Tell us in the comments below.
NOTE OF TRANSPARENCY: It is very possible but not guaranteed that Geeks Under Grace will be receiving a review sample in the coming weeks.