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Gaming peripherals company SteelSeries has revealed its World of Warcraft edition headset, Siberia Elite.

The headset is a rune-dotted take on SteelSeries' long-running Siberia design. It uses Dolby audio technologies for a surround-sound experience, and users can tweak their own equaliser settings, microphone functionality, and more. The decorative runes on the earcups are also customisable, allowing gamers to change their colours as well as choose options such as a pulsating glow, or dynamic lighting based on in-game actions.

SteelSeries CTO Tino Soelberg describes the headset as a "complement to Blizzard's upcoming Warlords of Draenor" expansion. Those looking to purchase the headset will sadly find only a "notify" button for the Australian region, though America are able to pre-order it for a large sum of $220 USD. For the more technical info head over to the splash page, or watch the fancy trailer below to be WoWed (get it!) by the design.




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