The Royal Kludge RK89 fits a numeric keypad into a very compact design, but the compromises from missing and moved keys are too extreme.
The Royal Kludge RK96 is a solid, flexible and inexpensive entry into keyboard customization that also works well with a wide variety of devices right out of the box.
Corsair’s HS80 RGB USB offers great audio quality, a fantastic mic, and quirky-but-comfortable design, but lacks connectivity options for non-PC gamers.
Corsair’s latest mid-range headset, the HS65 Surround, delivers excellent audio while upping comfort to new levels.
The ROG Strix Go Core headset is inexpensive, comfortable and lightweight, with a collapsible design and stylish looks. But audio quality is just middle-of-the-road.
The Epos H3 Hybrid gaming headset is attractive, comfortable, and offers wired and wireless options that let you connect to just about any platform you can play a game on.
The Logitech G435 gives you lightweight wireless flexibility at a price more in line with wired gaming headsets. But don't expect miracles from the mic or drivers.
The Creative SXFI Air Gamer wireless gaming headset has effective positional gaming audio and a wide range of connectivity options, but mediocre sound isolation.
The Cloud Nine C989 ErgoFS mechanical split keyboard finds a rare balance between ergonomics, gaming functionality and familiarity.
The Fnatic React+ performs like a more expensive gaming headset, with effective virtual 7.1 surround sound, both USB and 3.5mm compatibility and a clear mic.