Graphene's a substance that's got a ton of potential. I've been waiting a while for it to start making into some mainstream products. Logitech's newest pro headset contains graphene as its drivers and it could be the next big thing.
The Logitech Pro X 2 Lightspeed is a wireless headset that houses 50MM graphene drivers. Most of the headsets these days are neodymium drivers, so hearing that these use something new really intrigues me.
Sound is important in both audio and mic and since these are built with pro gamers in mind, the mic gets some attention as well. The detachable mic uses Blue VO!CE technology to help with clear voice communications.
The Logitech Pro X 2 Lightspeed gets an estimated 50 hours of gaming before a recharge is needed, so that should last you for a good while and plenty of juice for all day gaming.
Connection is done through 2.4GHz wireless with the included dongle, but there's also Bluetooth as well if you want to connect to a mobile source. There's no native support for consoles, but you can use the included 3.5mm connection to connect to a PlayStation or Xbox controller and use it that way.
You can purchase the Logitech Pro X 2 Lightspeed right now for $249.99 and it comes in both black or white.