Introduced in mid-June 2022, the Alienware AW920H wireless gaming headset can connect to a wide range of devices via a USB-C dongle or Bluetooth 5.2, but it can also be used in wired mode with the help of a 3.5 mm audio jack. With a list price of US$199.99, the AW920H is now 40% off, so it can be acquired for US$119.99.
Alienware AW920H has been available for less than a year, but it already received a massive 40% discount on Amazon. This ongoing deal pushes the tri-mode wireless gaming headset by Dell’s subsidiary from US$199.99 to a more wallet-friendly value of US$119.99. However, the discount only applies to the Lunar Light color choice. The black version, which comes in a so-called “Dark Side of the Moon” finish, is only 15% off, so it can be acquired for US$169.90.
The highlights of this headset include Dolby Atmos virtual surround sound, 40 mm Hi-Res Audio certified drivers, active noise canceling with four microphones that are also used to provide improved noise filtering when performing voice calls, as well as lag-free audio via a USB-C wireless dongle for PC, Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity to laptops, phones, or tablets, and even a 3.5 mm cable for wired connection to PC and consoles.
This headset is currently discounted by Dell US as well. However, it only has a 10%/US$20 discount for both color choices in this case. On Dell’s website, it has a 4.4/5 rating after 532 user reviews. Amazon users, on the other hand, seem to be more pretentious and the general rating of the Alienware AW920H is 3.6/5 after 109 votes validated.
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Codrut Nistor, 2023-03-28 (Update: 2023-03-28)