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."
Dell’s Alienware 620M is a large wireless gaming mouse with an ergonomically contoured shape for right-handed users. It’s a solid performer, but it doesn’t really stand out otherwise.
The HyperX Pulsefire Haste 2 is an ultra-lightweight wired gaming mouse with polling rates of up to 8,000 Hz and a budget-friendly price of just $60.
The Razer Atlas is a tempered glass mouse pad with a smooth matte smudge-resistant surface that’s micro-etched to work seamlessly with optical sensors. And for some reason it feels incredible.
MSI’s Clutch GM51 Lightweight Wireless mouse isn’t all that lightweight, but it is wireless, and it has great battery life.
The Shrimp is a 25-key ultra-mini gaming keyboard designed to give you a mechanical keyboard experience in a super tiny footprint.
The Logitech G502 X Plus is speedy, responsive, and reliable, thanks to its upgraded Hero 25K sensor and hybrid optical-mechanical switches. And also, RGB.
Pimoroni’s Galactic Unicorn offers a stellar platform for web enabled RGB projects, from serious data visualizations to YouTuber stats.
The Naga V2 Pro is an incredibly versatile gaming mouse with interchangeable side plates and a unique, customizable scroll wheel.
The Corsair Katar Elite Wireless mouse is a simple, ultra-lightweight wireless gaming mouse that’s a little too basic for its $80 asking price.
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.