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Mad Catz Tritton Kunai Mobile Headset Review


In the last 12 months we've had the pleasure of reviewing a wide

range of products from Mad Catz and their related brands, Tritton,

Saitek and Cyborg. In that same time we've had the further pleasure to

review not one, but two Kunai headsets, the first for the PS3 / PS



 and we followed that with a review of the Wii U / 3DS edition


. Today we complete the set and bring you the third in the Kunai

series with an in-depth look at their new mobile edition aimed at

users of Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod.


Mad Catz already have one of the hottest ranges of peripherals on the

market that spans PC gaming, consoles and mobile and the Kunai Mobile

is just the latest addition to their already very successful range.

Priced at around £43 here in the UK it is also competitively priced

against brands such as Rapoo and Genuine, as there are very few, if

any popular gaming brands making headsets anywhere near this price

range. However, Mad Catz have long been known for their excellent

value and if the Kunai Mobile prove worth just as headphones, then the

extra mobile features could be a huge win for the Kunai.


As you can see from the specifications below, the headset features a

good cable length, powerful 40mm drivers, in-line controller, built-in

microphone and interchangeable covers. However, what we really want to

do is see how the headset looks and the of course, put it to the test,

so let's get right to it and see if the Kunai have the looks and

performance required to survive in the mobile arena.









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