Le Arctis Nova 4 est le dernier casque sans fil “budget” de SteelSeries.


SteelSeries has unveiled the latest addition to their Nova range of gaming headsets, the Arctis Nova 4. This headset is being marketed as the successor to the budget-friendly Arctis 1 Wireless headset. The Arctis Nova 4 is set to hit stores on May 20th, with a price tag of $119.99.


The Arctis Nova 4 boasts several impressive features, including 360-degree spatial audio and a microphone with AI-powered noise cancellation. SteelSeries claims that it can reduce up to 25dB of ambient background noise while you chat, such as keyboard tapping or dogs barking. The headset weighs in at 262 grams (9.2 ounces) and features rotating ear cups and four adjustment points, making it adaptable to a range of head sizes and shapes.

The Arctis Nova 4 charges quickly via USB-C, providing six hours of power in just 15 minutes. SteelSeries reports that it can last for 36 hours on a single charge, just two hours less than the more expensive Nova 7 ($170).


SteelSeries has partnered with GameStop for the exclusive North American launch of the Arctis Nova 4 for PlayStation and Xbox. A PC version of the headset will also be available at Amazon on May 20th. SteelSeries plans to announce global availability for all versions “at the end of the month.”


The entire Nova 4 series uses a USB-C dongle for 2.4GHz wireless connectivity and shares some of the best features from older SteelSeries headsets. Like the Arctis 1 Wireless, the Nova 4 can provide wireless audio from a Nintendo Switch without using an adapter.

Despite the platform-specific names, all versions are multisystem compatible. Both the Nova 4 for PC and PlayStation (the Nova 4 Wireless and Nova 4P, respectively) are compatible with PC, PlayStation, Switch, and mobile devices, while the Nova 4 for Xbox (Nova 4X) supports Xbox, PC, PlayStation, Switch, and mobile.


SteelSeries is comparing the affordability of the Arctis Nova 4 to the Arctis 1 Wireless, which has been frequently featured on “best budget buy” gaming headset lists. It should be noted, however, that the Arctis 1 Wireless is often discounted and can be found for as little as $50, which is considerably less expensive than the Arctis Nova 4.

When asked if the Arctis Nova 4 would be replacing the Arctis 1 Wireless and removed from the product lineup, SteelSeries stated that they have “no news to share” about the Arctis 1.

The Xbox edition Nova 4 headset is the only version that can be paired with Xbox consoles, but numerous platforms are otherwise supported across all versions.

In conclusion, the Arctis Nova 4 is an excellent addition to SteelSeries’ Nova range of gaming headsets. With its impressive technical specifications and multisystem compatibility, it is sure to be a hit with gamers. Its price point may be a bit steep compared to the Arctis 1 Wireless, but it is a solid investment for those seeking a top-of-the-line gaming headset.

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