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Polk this week introduced its new Striker gaming headset at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles. The product, Polk said, offers the gaming market "audiophile-grade sound performance in a well-constructed, affordable and attractive design."

Polk said this week that its Hampden desktop speaker, introduced earlier this year at International CES, is now headed to retail.

Polk said this week that its 4 Shot Headset for Xbox One, unveiled at last year's E3, is set to arrive March 6, marking the first Xbox One-compatible headset to hit store shelves. The headset was developed in collaboration with Microsoft Studios.

Polk said this week that it will kick off its "Listen Up" tour at International CES next month, bringing live music to its booth at the show.

Rounding out Polk’s headphone offerings this year is a new, three-model selection of Performance UltraFit headphones that are classed as “Made for Android.”  The headphones, the in-ear Model 1000a ($69.95), on-ear Model 2000a ($69.95), and in-ear-canal Model 3000a ($99.95), come in black with Android’s signature green color highlights, and offer control over calls and also over music-listening functions such as volume and track skip, through either an in-line or on-ear single-button remote control.

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