ESKA collaborates with Lords Mobile to deliver the themed E900 wired gaming headset. E900 bills as a super ultralight wired gaming headset in the lower price bracket. The company itself focuses on manufacturing headsets but does also sell some peripherals and accessories. ESKA’s E900 features a sturdy aluminum frame, 7.1 virtual surround sound, a detachable noise-canceling microphone, 50mm neodymium speaker drivers, and convenient audio control priced at $59.99. This headset is compatible with box One S/XX, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 & 5, and Mobile devices.
I just want to give a shoutout to ESKA on the dope little bag they give you to carry your headset around. Please take note manufacturers on this big brain move every headset should come with some type of carrying case. You also get street credit here for daily lifestyle use due to its detachable microphone. I am however not digging this coil-like wire that runs from the headband to the main earcups. It’s such a clean design and it makes the headset look a bit janky. The all-aluminum purple anodized headband on the other hand is mad fire though. The E900 is one of the lightest headsets I have ever reviewed at just a mere 261 grams.
This headband is ultra-comfortable, whatever weight memory foam they chose for this application is perfect. Also, the texture of the material on the outside of the headband cushion feels great on your head, I can’t stop touching it! The ear cup cushions are the same memory foam weight which they call CloudSoft Ear Cushions, but unfortunately, they didn’t use the same outside texture as the headband. They are also a little thinner than most on the market. In this case, I don’t think that matters because this headset is so lightweight you will eventually forget they are on your head.
50mm dual chamber drivers I believe are the sweet spot in size for headset sound. ESKA also equips the E900 with 7.1 virtual surround sound which does provide an immersive experience. You will also experience proprietary technology including SoundBase and VoicePure systems. This kit on paper makes for a solid sound experience and I am going to agree that it outperforms its price point. If you are looking to be a professional live streamer, however, I would invest in a higher-quality microphone. In an everyday use application for standard voice comms, the microphone is a solid performer.
ESKA did throw in a bit of RGB lighting on the side earpieces which is not common at this price! They are non-customizable and only emit one color but it’s the thought that counts. Sometimes it’s those small extras that will tip the scales on a purchase of a product. ESKA built this headset to sell and if you are looking for an affordable option to drop in with check the E900 out.