Hyte's new Y60 PC case has a three-sided glass panel. The company also brought new peripherals to CES, with the keeb SR65 keyboard and eclipse HG10 headset.
Razer's Zephyr Pro mask adds the voice amplification that was missing in the original, but starts at a pricey $149.99.
The King Bee II from Neat Microphones is a great choice for up-and-coming content creators. It sounds great, is built like a tank, and includes needed accessories without breaking the bank.
HyperX's new flagship Cloud Alpha wireless headset is rated for 300 hours on a charge. The company is also bringing several other new peripherals to CES 2022.
At CES 2022, Alienware announced its AW920H headset and AW720M mouse. Both feature Alienware’s Tri-Mode connectivity options and fast-charging tech.
With a built-in Intel processor, the Opal C1 is an expensive and niche device that nonetheless heralds an exciting future for webcams as a whole.
Samsung announces the specs of its new Odyssey G8 curved gaming monitor, which features a 4K display and a whopping 240 Hz refresh rate.
Hendrick's Gin has created a "Gaming Chaise" that costs nearly $4,000 and doesn't actually have anything to do with gaming.
The Movo WebMic HD Pro is a more-than-serviceable hybrid of a 1080p webcam and a desktop condenser microphone. But its unusual shape makes it awkward to mount.
Adata has teased a concept mouse that is equipped with 1TB of built-in solid-state storage for storing your video game library.
Bauhutte Japan's device provides 15-point massage for the hands of tired gamers' and includes optional heating functionality.
With a Hero 25K sensor, easy DPI adjustment, and a very niche overall design, the G303 is an understated mouse that will likely garner a different reception from each person you ask.
Dell’s S3222HG is a 32-inch curved VA FHD 165 Hz gaming monitor with extended color, Adaptive-Sync and a low price.
Asus’ new ROG Falchion NX is a very different 65 percent mechanical keyboard, as it is capable of doing many things, but not always comfortably.
Pixio challenges the screen size-to-dollar ratio with the PXC325. It’s a 32-inch VA panel with FHD resolution, 165 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, HDR and extended color for less than $300.