We mainly know HYTE for their PC cases as we’ve reviewed their Y60 and Revolt 3. Well today we have the company’s first gaming headset, the Eclipse HG10. This wireless gaming headset features 40 mm neodymium magnet drivers, a detachable microphone, 30-hour battery life, and 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity. The headset is not only made for PC users, but will also work with PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and Mac. Like most HYTE products it has a very sleek design, but how does it sound? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to HYTE for providing us with the Eclipse HG10 Wireless Gaming Headset to review.
Headset Frequency Response: 20-20kHz
Driver: 40mm Neodymium magnet
Battery: Up to 30 hours of continuous playback
Connections: USB 2.0 Type-A (2.4GHz) wireless dongle / USB Type-C charging
The Eclipse HG10 comes in a pretty standard retail box with a picture of the unit on the front. On the back we have a diagram of the headset pointing out the different parts and a list of supported platforms.
Opening the box up you’ll find everything very nicely packed and organized. Getting it all out you have the Eclipse HG10 wireless gaming headset, detachable microphone, USB-A to USB-C charging cable, 2.4 GHz USB adapter, and a user’s guide.