Solidly built and finished to a very high standard for the price, the new Scimitar offers a comfortable MOBA/MMO mouse with a lot of macro buttons. It won’t translate well to other genres, though.
The HyperX Pulsefire Raid has a bounty of customization options and lightweight construction, but middling durability and subpar software are compromises that limit its appeal.
If you're willing to overlook a less-than-stellar cable, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better entry-level gaming mouse than the SteelSeries Rival 3.
The XL2411P delivers 144Hz and motion blur reduction in a solidly built chassis at a low price. A TN panel at 1080p promises responsive gameplay and fast frame rates.
The addition of a Razer Focus+ optical sensor makes this a worthy option for gamers who don’t need a bunch of whiz-bang features to appreciate a well-performing mouse.
The 35-inch Monoprice Zero-G has image quality topping the vendor's other monitors and sports excellent build quality. It’s one of the best values in a 21:9 curved screen we’ve seen to date.
With 165Hz, FreeSync 2 HDR, excellent contrast and accurate color, the Dell S3220DGF is well-suited for just about anything.
The Aukey KM-G6 has its caveats, but for the price it’s a worthy entry-level into the world of mechanical gaming keyboards.
Razer’s understated Viper Ultimate wireless RGB gaming mouse packs impressive tech and performance, but its small form factor and light weight make best-suited for claw grip gamers.
Established as the go-to wireless headset since its release, the SteelSeries Arctis 7 2019 Edition is still a supremely strong contender in an increasingly crowded cable-free market.
Corsair’s Ironclaw RGB Wireless is the perfect balance between crazy form and intuitive function and at an impressive price. It’s the perfect palm-gripping mouse.
Welcome to the beginning of the next era of virtual reality hardware, where host devices aren’t needed, and cables are just for charging.
Corsair's HS60 Pro Surround gaming headset offers one of the most complete and well-built gaming headsets for the price. It even rivals the pricier Corsair Void Pro in some areas.
The Corsair Nightsword will likely take some getting used to, but its unorthodox shape works surprisingly well, particularly in shooters. It's not without its flaws, though.
The new Razer Kraken is great value, and delivers better audio than you’d expect, but there are some trade-offs.
Google Stadia has some good ideas, but its library is lacking and features are missing, so you should wait.
Razer’s subtle, yet RGB-friendly, mouse has the looks, feels and welcoming software needed to make it worthy of its premium pricing.