From cases to keyboards, wires and cameras, these products will help you make the most of your Raspberry Pi.
The best gaming mouse pads to complete your setup — soft and hard surfaces, with and without RGB, and every size from "regular" to "bigger than your desk."
Razer's Zephyr Pro mask adds the voice amplification that was missing in the original, but starts at a pricey $149.99.
The King Bee II from Neat Microphones is a great choice for up-and-coming content creators. It sounds great, is built like a tank, and includes needed accessories without breaking the bank.
CoolerMaster’s R1S chair has great breathable leather and is affordably priced, but lacks some needed adjustability in the armrests and has a janky tilt feature.
HyperX’s first XL sized RGB mouse mat, the Pulsefire RGB, fires on all cylinders. But you’ll need a big surface to properly accommodate it.
The Mavix M5 gaming chair looks and feels premium but doesn’t provide enough support when sitting up straight.
The Secretlab Titan is a minimalist chair with many customizable adjustments. Unlike many gaming chairs, there’s no lumbar pillow, but it’s still a good throne for taller people.
The AndaSeat Spider-Man Edition Gaming Chair offers a premium range of adjustments, including 4D armrests, but lacks a full recline.
The AndaSeat Jungle gaming chair is well-made and sturdy, yet easy to move around. But it’s not made for all body types.
Update The Razer Iskur is an impressive first foray into gaming chairs. It has some interesting ideas but falls short of perfect execution.
The Secretlab League of Legends gaming chair is the pinnacle of luxury, especially within this price point. You’ll never get tired of showing off its flashy looks.