The re-creation of a retro gaming headset with Bluetooth headphones and wireless charging is a great idea, but you can get the real thing for less than $300.

The Razer Hyperloop VR headset has been a long time coming, but with the launch of the Hyperloop and its accompanying rail project in the US, the company has finally made it available to the public.

The Hyperloop will run from Tokyo to San Francisco in 2019, with the goal of eventually connecting every major city in the world. 

However, there are a number of logistical hurdles you have to overcome before you can actually board the hyperloop. 

One of the biggest issues is that the HyperLoop will be connected to the city via an elevated train platform, which is much heavier than a normal train.

This makes it difficult to control the speed of the train as you descend, and you need to be mindful of the passengers you will be travelling with.

To avoid this, the Hyperline VR headset is made out of carbon fibre, which weighs less than an ounce and is made to fit over your head.

The headset uses a Bluetooth connection and wireless Qi charging technology.

The headset features a wireless Qi charger which will charge up your phone or other mobile device at up to 12.5 degrees Celsius.

The first batch of Hyperloop headsets will be available on the Hyper Loop website on March 16th.