At CES 2022, Alienware announced its AW920H headset and AW720M mouse. Both feature Alienware’s Tri-Mode connectivity options and fast-charging tech.
From budget to wireless cans, these are the best gaming headsets you can get in 2022, based on our testing.
Play a shooter on PS5, an RPG on PC, a puzzle game on Switch, or take a work call, all while using the Arctis 7P+.
The E910 offers clean, crisp audio and interference-free wireless performance, but pairs it with a sub-par mic and confusing feature implementation.
The Epos H3Pro Hybrid brings active noise cancelling and simultaneous multi-device connectivity in an attractive package.
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.
Razer Kraken’s V3 update gives us models with Hypersense haptic feedback and HyperSpeed wireless connectivity.
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.
At Best Buy, get $80 off the Razer Battle Bundle, including a mouse, mousepad and gaming headset — taking the price down to just $69.99.
The Corsair HS80 RGB Wireless is a $150 gaming headset with minimal RGB and support for Dolby Atmos audio, but it needs a lot of software.
The SteelSeries Arctis Prime is notable for bringing some premium features to a comfortably priced gaming headset but also notably leaves some things out.
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 Redragon H510 Zeus gaming headset will do right by you for $50, offering pretty good sound and loads of connectivity. It's not perfect, but it's definitely good enough.
The Thermaltake Argent H5 Stereo nails the fundamentals that make a gaming headset great, but it may be too stripped down for some.
Update The Epos H3 gaming headset thumps out crystal-clear, bassy audio with excellent range. However, there are limited gaming-ready features for the price.