There's a great package crammed into the SteelSeries Arctis 1, considering its budget price. But there are better-sounding headsets that are similarly priced.
Corsair's HS35 makes a lot of great calls in the design category. But unfortunately this budget gaming headset can't quite nail the fundamental audio quality.
The Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.9.2 driver brings Radeon Image Sharpening to older AMD graphics cards, plus a Borderlands 3 performance boost.
We tested this popular game on a series of different graphics processors to see how well it performs.
Nvidia released the GeForce Game Ready 436.30 WHQL driver with support for the "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" open beta.
The Endgame Gear XM1 gaming mouse is versatile and attractively priced debut that will appeal to eSports-minded FPS gamers most.
A fan created a portable version of the PlayStation 2 almost two decades after release using a Raspberry Pi 2.
Control supports high-end features such as real-time ray tracing, but with a few settings tweaks, you can play it on a system with a lowly, integrated GPU.
Electronic Arts was included in the 2020 edition of the Guinness World Records for the most-downvoted comment in Reddit history.
It's a big outlay that SteelSeries is asking for with their top-of-the-range Arctis, but for the money you're showered with premium features that assuage any buyer's remorse.
Lenovo is bringing new Universal Controllers to its Mirage AR headset. They're debuting alongside a new Avengers AR game, Marvel Dimension of Heroes.
With a few settings tweaks, you can play the latest Wolfenstein title on a system with low-end, integrated graphics.
Acer’s Thronos Air is a cheaper version of its gaming chair without a tilt function, but with a massage chair.
Amazon has knocked $200 off Lenovo’s Legion L340, a budget gaming laptop with a GTX 1650, a 9th-gen Core i5, and a 512GB NVMe SSD.
Gearbox software has released the minimum and recommended specs for Borderlands 3 and is highlighting AMD hardware.
Nvidia today released the GeForce Game Ready 436.15 WHQL driver with improved support for Control, as well as fixes to a couple of known issues.
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