Razer has announced the availability of the Kraken X, a lightweight headset using memory foam ear cushions with glasses-friendly channels.
The Creative SXFI Air excels against similarly priced rivals in audio and gaming, but it's best suited to those who are gamers first, but want their media to sound good, too.
MSI shows off a plethora of new mid-range and entry level peripherals, for the gamer looking for quality products on the cheap.
This lightweight, comfy and attractive headset provides environmental noise cancelling for the microphone so your friends will only hear your voice.
Plugable expands from typical TB3/USB-C external enclosure offerings/hubs and dip their toes into budget audio with their $50 Onyx Gaming Headphones.
Logitech is today announcing a new lineup of gaming headsets targeting those who want surround sound and RGB lights as well as those who want to play battle royale titles.
Razer is breaking its traditional black and green look for the Razer Blade Stealth by making it pretty in pink.
HyperX brought a variety of new products meant to help people communicate, hear, and maybe even play better in their favorite games to CES 2019.
The HP Omen Mindframe gaming headset stands out with tech that keeps your ears cool, but its microphone is unwieldy.
The least expected announcement of the day at Microsoft's event was a pair of headphones. But the Surface team is coming for Bose and other luxury headphone makers with its new pair of cans.
The Kraken Tournament Edition headset, BlackWidow Elite keyboard and Mamba Wireless mouse join the Razer army
With its HyperX Cloud Alpha, Kingston wants to build on the success of its predecessors. Can a $100 gaming headset garner mass appeal with better-than-expected performance and solid build quality?
The most basic aspects of the SteelSeries Arctis 5 gaming headset, from its sound quality and comfort to its built-in microphone, have all been excellent.