The name comes from the lit earcups, which now have a feature that lets you hold the mode button down to gradually scroll through 16 million or so colors. Simply let up on the button when you see a color you like.
In the usage department, not much has changed, which is good, as the previous model sounded great. The same drivers and retractable noise-cancelling mic have moved over to the Prismatic. A 10-hour rechargeable battery should keep you going.
The PDP Afterglow Prismatic wireless headset should be available in March, priced at an MSRP of $110 -- a very nice price for a wireless universal set. They come in both white and black. This time around they've included a headset carrying case.
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