Creative announces World of Warcraft Wireless Headset Pre-orders

Creative showcased a prototype of the World of Warcraft Wireless Headset at Blizzcon 2009 this past August. Ever since, the release date of this product has been shrouded in mystery to the point it seemed to have gone the way of vaporware. Fret not. Creative has finally shown vital signs for this headset at the expense of ending yours when you find out the price.

While the price is no doubt more than what you would expect from a headphone, Creative considers the pricing fair and considers the quality and the technology of this headset to be the best out there in the market.

Creative has announced pre-order availability of the Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Wireless Headset. The product is available in two models: Wireless (US$159.99) and USB cord (US$119)

To pre-order this product follow the links for USA and Europe

Creative World of Warcraft Wireless Headset

Creative World of Warcraft USB cord Headset

Milpitas, CA Feb. 1, 2010 – Creative Labs, Inc. today announced a limited number of Sound Blaster

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