The Thermaltake H200 gaming headset looks and sounds good and takes it easy on your wallet.
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.
Audeze introduced the Mobius 3D audio planar magnetic gaming headphones, which feature spatial tracking and room emulation technologies to immerse you deeper in your gaming experience.
With its Khan Pro, Roccat promises to elevate the gaming headset market. But in doubling down on the marketing does it go too far in describing this product's real capabilities?
Corsair aims for the living room with a family of wireless peripherals, including a lapboard that solves some of the problems we encountered with the company's Lapdog.
Roccat has released the Khan Aimo 7.1 gaming headset, an upper-end product in Roccat’s audio lineup featuring RGB lighting, a built-in sound card, and a comfort-focused design.
Corsair's HS50 is an affordable headset that still offers acceptable performance, even if its lows and highs are a bit exaggerated. So, what kind of acoustic experience can you expect for $50?
Creative adds an "X" to its Sound Blaster gaming headset. We take a closer look at what that X brings, other than a higher, premium price.
The SteelSeries Siberia 200 is a lower priced version of the Siberia v2. We put this gaming headset through our test bed in the Tom's Hardware German lab.
Razer's ManO'War is priced in the premium range. We put it through its paces in our German lab to see if its quality matched t hat high price.