Venom Xbox Series X Range

Meet Venom's Next Generation Range for Xbox Series X and S

Written by
Kelly Rist

It's not often that we talk about Venom's product range here on our blog, but we wanted to let you know about our exciting new range for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S ahead of their arrival.As we all get ready for the launch of an exciting new generation of consoles, Venom’s charging range for Xbox Series X and S is here to ensure you can play to our heart’s content. The new range includes everything you need to extend playing times and avoid frustrating mid-game power-loss.You can soon get your hands on the latest model of Venom’s flagship Twin Docking Station (£19.99), accompanied by two powerful 850 mAh batteries, to keep controllers fully powered. Simply plug into a free USB port on your Series X or S console, insert the battery packs into your controller, and drop onto the Docking Station to charge. Handy LED lighting lets you know when they’re ready to use.New to the range is the small yet powerful Single Docking Station (£14.99), designed for gamers who prefer those single-player games, or simply have a third controller to charge!If you prefer a more streamlined solution, our Twin Battery Pack (£12.99) is also returning for the Xbox Series X and S. A generous 3-metre cable with a 1.5-metre split ensures that up to two gamers can play and charge their controllers at the same time – perfect for multi-player action.The range, which has been designed with quality, durability and affordability in mind, looks the part too. Available in signature black, to match the Xbox Series X, or glacier white to pair with the Xbox Series S, you can rest assured that your gaming setup will look slick.The range is available to pre-order now via Amazon, and will also be available from all good retailers at console launch.

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