Today, ASTRO Gaming, a leader in premium video gaming equipment, announced the launch of ASTRO ID Collection 2, allowing gamers to create personalized headsets, expressing their unique style with bold color combinations.
Starting October 5, gamers can choose from the eight new colors of the “Super Fresh” palette, featuring pastel shades never available before on an A40 headset. The headset frame and five additional accessories each have eight unique color options that can be customized into more than 500,000 combinations. Powering the experience is ASTRO’s award-winning online Headset Customizer, making it easy to create, preview, and share designs.
“Custom gaming gear is one of many ways gamers and content creators express themselves on stream, on stage, or with their friends,” said Aron Drayer, vice president of marketing, ASTRO Gaming. “The very positive feedback from the community around ASTRO ID Collection 1 led us to offer more colors and options with this second wave, as well as offer it to customers in Europe for the first time. We can’t wait to see the creative combinations gamers come up with.”
The ASTRO A40 TR has been a tournament and content creation staple for over a decade, known for its audiophile-grade soundstage, exceptional comfort, high durability, and flexible modularity.
The ASTRO ID A40 TR gaming headset customization options include Headset Frame, Ear Cushions, Headband, Inline Mute Cable, Microphone, and Speaker Tags. These components come in the following eight different colors, including White, Moon Grey, Mint, Coral, Baby Yellow, Heart Pink, Sky Blue, and Sweet Purple.
Pricing and Availability:
ASTRO ID Collection 2 TR Headset retails for $199.99, including shipping. All customized headsets are expected to be built, shipped, and delivered within four weeks of your order in a one-of-a-kind box and include an A40 headset case. Available directly exclusively from ASTROgaming.com.
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