A product refresh has come to the RIG 500 Pro Series and RIG 700 Pro Series gaming headsets.
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Today, NACON announced that they are offering new versions of their popular RIG 500 Pro Series and the RIG 700 Pro Series gaming headsets.

The 500 Pro Gen 2 features a new "comfort-enhanced" steel headband that is apparently both "highly durable and flexible while also being lightweight." The earcups are noise isolating and house 50mm drivers that have been "specifically tuned for immersive game audio."

The RIG 500 Pro Series is being offered in a variety of models that support the Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Windows 10. It is available now at GameStop locations with other variants available at other retailers starting on May 20. All console variants retail for $69.99 (USD) while the PC version is $79.99 as it comes with longer cables and a y-splitter.

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If you want something that's a bit more advanced and wireless, NACON is offering the RIG 700 Pro Series. It weighs just 241 grams and is said to be "one of the lightest wireless headsets available for Xbox and PlayStation gaming." It features a self-adjusting head strap and dual-material ear cushions.

Like the 500 lineup, the 700 Pro Series has models for the Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One along with one for the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. The release for Xbox is available now while the PlayStation one is available in early August. Both models will run you $119.99 (USD) each.