PlayStation Pulse Elite Wireless Charging

The PlayStation Pulse Elite Headset Comes With A Really Handy Wireless Charging Dock


I don’t know about you but nothing annoys me than having to plug gaming headsets in after each use or fear returning to a dead headset. This is why I love the SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro Wireless for its dual battery system.

PlayStation announced the PlayStation Pulse Elite Headset last night. Whilst it has some cool features (which I’ll get to in a bit), the best and most overlooked is how it charges.

PlayStation Pulse Elite Wireless Charging

The Pulse Elite Headset comes with what is described as a charging hanger which can attach to a headset stand or under your desk or even on your monitor in order to charge your headset wirelessly. This is done via pins on the underside of the band, which keeps the headset charged as it’s placed on the hanger.

You can see this really clearly in UrAvgConsumer’s video at 10:11 below:

The over-ear headset for PS5 offers lossless audio, a retractable boom microphone and AI-enhanced noise rejection capable of filtering background noises out. It also includes a charging hanger. The Pulse Elite will cost $150 USD (~$232 AUD) and don’t seem as feature complete as the InZone H7 which also have active noise cancelling.

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The headset offers something that other PlayStation headsets don’t. Firstly, they’re both designed using planar magnetic drivers (Sony says its one of the first companies to bring this technology to market).

It also features PlayStation Link which is a new wireless technology by PlayStation that offers low latency, lossless audio and easy switching between the PS5 usb adaptor and PlayStation Portal.


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