Pros A very versatile set of headphones and - in spite of what others have said - seems to work flawlessly with Mac apps, including SKYPE, iTunes and various games. Good battery life with little lag and an impressive range, when running in wireless mode.
Cons The bundled software is not Mac compatible, although Macs certainly recognise the headset and correctly display its name as a sound output/input source. Build quality could be better, as could be sound reproduction when listening to music.
Summary I would agree with most things elicited in other reviews. I mainly submitted my own comments to correct those who've said the headset is not Mac compatible: it definitely is and has worked as it should in all the applications I've tried; the Mac OS even correctly recognises the headset by name when first plugged into a USB port. As someone who enjoys gaming, the HS1200 heaset is one of the better ones I've used. Similarly, I enjoy being able to walk away from the computer and not have my music stream interrupted. The design of the earpieces does get a little warm if worn for more than and hour or so, due to the seal "faux-leather" padding and the fact it doesn't breath. Aside from that, it's easy to forget they're on. For audiophiles, sound reproduction could be better but one has to remember these are intended for gaming use and so [at best] wield compromised standards. I'd certainly recommend them and once again, Mac users are definitely NOT left out in the cold.
Pros Lightweight and wireless
Cons Does not connect
Summary I bought this headset because judging from the reviews, it looks awesome. When I opened it from the box, it was really light weight. When it comes to installing, it takes forever. After that, the wireless headset doesn't even connect with the transceiver. The manual was no help at all.
If you are patient and have the nerve to deal with this type of problem, it's your headset. If you hate stuff that doesn't connect and a manual that doesn't even help, don't get this.