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Topic: Razer Nari Ultimate Review - Feel the Vibration
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Location: Melbourne, Victoria

In the immortal words of Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, "It's a good vibration, it's such a sweet sensation." And so with that, you probably don't need to read our review of the Razer Nari Ultimate wireless gaming headset. Except you probably should, as it introduces a first in the gaming headset space. Haptic feedback for a head shaking good time.

Where the Razer Nari Ultimate excels, and clearly where Razer has placed its design focus, is when it comes to the surround sound and the head-shaking build coming together. Connected to a PC, the Nari Ultimate showcases it’s purpose the moment you turn on both THX Spatial Audio and Razer HyperSense. Though, we do recommend running the HyperSense force feedback intensity on the lower end of the spectrum. Turning this up is like cranking bass levels to maximum – the boom becomes overwhelmingly overwhelming.

From there firing up something like Battlefield V or RAGE 2, and you’ll briefly be transported to the moment you first played a game on a big screen. It’s revelatory and using haptic feedback in this way is part theme park ride, part cinematic thrill.

Click Here to Read Our Full Razer Nari Ultimate Wireless Gaming Headset Review
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