Bang & Olufsen Introduces Beoplay Portal Wireless Gaming Headphones designed for Life
Bang & Olufsen today announced the launch of Beoplay Portal, its first-ever wireless gaming headphones. Featuring a sophisticated aesthetic, premium materials, and immersive sound, Beoplay Portal brings all the hallmarks of Bang & Olufsen to the world of gaming — and beyond.
Whether used for immersive gaming experiences, watching movies, or enjoying music, Beoplay Portal easily adapts to the situation, offering an impressive set of features including low-latency surround sound, outstanding microphone performance, Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency Mode, and an elegant user interface. These expertly crafted lightweight headphones are built for long-lasting comfort, ease of use, and superior acoustic performance.
DESIGNED FOR XBOX
Beoplay Portal was developed as part of the Designed for Xbox program, and connects seamlessly to Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles via Xbox Wireless protocol, providing a high bandwidth, low latency connection. Beoplay Portal is also compatible with PC and mobile devices via Bluetooth 5.1, aptX™ Adaptive, and USB-C, allowing gamers to take their immersive audio experience on the go.
Tuned by Bang & Olufsen’s acclaimed acousticians, Beoplay Portal provides a rich audio experience, delivering a high level of detail and nuance. Two custom-designed 40mm drivers with neodymium magnets ensure a precise and faithful acoustic reproduction. And with Dolby Atmos for Headphones, Beoplay Portal also offers virtualized surround sound, adding layers of depth and texture to games, movies, and music.
TIMELESS DESIGN AND UNRIVALLED CRAFTSMANSHIP
Beoplay Portal is crafted for style, comfort, and durability. Designed by Jakob Wagner in partnership with Bang & Olufsen’s design team, Beoplay Portal is available in three attractive colorways: Black Anthracite, Grey Mist, and Navy.
ELEGANT USER INTERFACE AND UPDATED BANG & OLUFSEN APP
Beoplay Portal features an elegant user interface comprised of finely tuned touch controls built into the side of the earcups.