Towards the end of last year, Rutledge reviewed the Razer Moray
In-Ear Headphones, a set of light weight earbuds perfect for those gamers on the go. While also offering compatibility with all sorts of mobile devices, such as multimedia cell phones, MP3 players and personal game consoles, the Moray could also be used on a PC with the included adapter. However times have changed, technology has advanced, and gamers demand more. Wouldn't it be great if they would make a set of travel buds with an inline mic so you could frag on the go and still communicate with the rest of your clan? Or how about being able to call your virtual dog's name or blow on a hot dish, fresh out of the oven without having to talk directly into the screen of your DS? Razer has you covered, as they release the Moray+ mobile gaming communicator.
Just like the original Moray, Razer offers the Moray+ in either white or black, and features a passive noise-isolating design with three sizes of soft, rubber buds to fit any ear. The Moray+ also includes adapters to fit your PC or laptop, Nintendo DS Lite or DSi, Sony PSP 2000 or 3000 and Apple iPhone. The cable length is 1.3 meters, or just a little over four feet, and ends in a standard 3.5mm miniplug connection. The Moray+ also features an inline omnidirectional microphone that lies alongside your jaw or just under your chin.
Join us as we take a closer look at the Razer Moray+ Mobile Gaming Communicator.