camouflage is now like a color by itself that is widely used – from shoes to bags to, well, everything else and by camo, it does not necessary refers to military standard issues. as we all know, camo was originally developed to blend soldiers to their surrounding but it is now slapped on nearly every conceivable consumer goods (btw, we have no complains about that) and it has long been closely associated with military manliness and a sense of ruggedness. speaking of which, a pair of gaming headset in camo pattern sounds like a no brainer to us. you know, Medal of Honor, Battlefield, Modern Warfare et cetera – these popular first person shooter games sure could use a little amping up from a camo-equipped gaming gear such as this ASUS Echelon Camo Edition Gaming Headset. even if Little Planet is all you play all day, its digital camouflage pattern sure could add some spice to an otherwise near-black gaming rig setup. features include 50mm neodymium magnet drivers, extra comfy 100mm inner earcups that offers up to 30dB noise isolation, retractable noise-filtering microphone, tough braided cable, inline volume controls, plus aesthetic touch such as metallic side plates with aggressive claw emblem, giving a la-Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon mood to it. pretty cool stuff but it could be even cooler if the outer earcups were in camo too.