Corsair’s K95 RGB Platinum XT brings a wrist rest, premium key caps and Elgato Stream Deck support to what was already an excellent keyboard. The primary drawback is its $200 price.
The Ultimate Hacking Keyboard is a well-built niche product made with developers and sysadmins in mind.
The Aukey KM-G6 has its caveats, but for the price it’s a worthy entry-level into the world of mechanical gaming keyboards.
Although pricey, the ModMic USB provides gamers with a premium alternative to poor integrated microphone performance, without taking up desk space.
Retro style, walnut finish, mechanical switches and wireless connectivity make this an intriguing option.
AOC is coming out with two new ultrawide gaming monitors. The CU34G2 and the CU34G2X both feature VA panels with the latter going up to 144 Hz.
North has detailed its next-generation AR smart glasses, Focals 2.0, which will replace the original.
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.
The good definitely outweighs the bad in the Corsair Void RGB Elite USB gaming headset, but it's a shame we couldn't find a snug fit that produced an audio response sounding as intended.
The Asus TUF Gaming H3 headset shines with a cozy fit and audio that sounds great for gaming without the need to tweak. It even rivals more expensive headsets, like the Asus TUF Gaming H7.
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.
BenQ's EL2870U is a TN panel with HDR10 support and FreeSync that offers good value to gamers and entertainment buffs alike.
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.
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.
Samsung offers something truly interesting in its 49-inch CHG90 monitor. Debating a multi-screen setup? This bad boy can replace two 27-inch 16:9 monitors.
Today, we’re looking at our first HDR-capable gaming monitor, BenQ’s EX3501R. It’s a 35” VA panel with an 1800R curve, 3440x1440 resolution, FreeSync to 100Hz, and HDR10 support.