Three new, unusually named headphones have been released by Creative, initially in Singapore.

The Fatal1ty professional headset has been dubbed in honour of Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel of gaming fame.

Key features of the headphones include 40mm drivers powered by neodymium magnets so that you can hear the loudest explosion and the smallest, a military-grade microphone with noise-cancelling technology, and inline volume and mute controls.

The Fatal1ty is on sale for $130.

Next up is the SL3100 Wireless Headphone, which lets you roam as far as 10 meters from the music source. It uses both Bluetooth technology and Creative's own Dual Mode technology to provide a promised 8 hours of wireless use.

The headset will power itself off if the Bluetooth connection is lost, in order to save power. The device also features built-in volume and track controls.

For comfort, users can switch between sponge and leatherette ear cushions.

The SL3100 is on sale now for $129.

Last but not least are the ZEN Aurvana In-Ear Earphones. AuraSeal noise isolation technology blocks up to 90% of ambient noise, while Balanced Armature drivers promise to deliver good sound.

The ZEN Aurvana earphones are available for $99.99

Creative hopes to announce UK availability for all three models in the next month.