Vertux has a variety of headset stands and the Vertux Extent is the cheapest in their lineup. The Extent is a headset stand from Vertux with a built-in mouse bungee and extra USB ports. So you’re basically getting 3 accessories in 1 package. If you want to have a more organized desk and have a single point where you can connect your USB peripherals, then the Extent might be a good buy for you.
The Extent has a futuristic look but not too gaudy that it’ll stick out like a sore thumb in any setup. I like its hollow pillar design with tasteful RGB lighting. The pillar fits even large headsets as there’s ample room when I fit it with the Vertux Malaga and my personal headphones, which is a Grado SR125e.
The built-in bungee will fit most gaming mice cables and is very flexible. It gives your mouse cable a secure point to attach to, reducing cable drag and giving you a wireless-like experience. It also has 2 USB ports on each side, for easier USB access if you have your CPU somewhere not easily accessible.
You can configure the RGB so it suits your setup with the one-touch control button. Too bad you can’t sync it with your system for a full-on light show, but who knows, maybe in the future. You can also turn it off if you don’t fancy any lighting in your setup.
If you find your headset on top of your table after a gaming session, you might consider getting a headset stand so you can store it with its natural position. A banana stand was something people used to use as a cheap alternative for a headset stand, but a banana stand won’t cut it if you want to up your desktop aesthetics. For ₱1,195, you get a 3-in-1 accessory that stores your headset properly, gives you a wireless-like experience with its built-in bungee and a 2-port USB hub. I’d say this headset stand is worth having in your setup.
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