The Cooler Master GS750 headset stand brings RGB and USB ports to your gaming setup, 7.1 surround sound to your cans and wireless charging to your smartphone.
With premium leather and pillows and amazing armrest control, the Secretlab Omega 2020 gaming chair offers another excuse to sit in front of the PC for hours.
The Acer Predator Triton 900 is a big laptop with a unique hinge, but has an awkward keyboard and isn’t as easy to upgrade as other laptops.
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.
Can a kind-of-crazy 24k sensor and a tiny OLED screen push Cooler Master's latest premium gaming mouse past the many competing rodents?
Kingston's unusual three-diaphragm design produces great sound at a low price. The Quadcast's controls are also intuitive for any gamer or game streamer.
The Noblechairs Hero is an elegant gaming chair that’s easy to build, but it’s on the stiff side and costs quite a bit.
In the world of premium gaming monitors, it doesn’t get bigger, better, or pricier than HP's 4K Omen X 65 Emperium, with HDR, G-Sync, 144Hz, and killer audio.
Gigabyte’s Aero 15 X9 is a sleek notebook with Nvidia’s RTX Max-Q graphics, but its attempt to integrate AI into gaming is a bore.
HTC's Vive Wireless Adapter lets you cut the tether from your VR headset, but it doesn't always provide a smooth experience.
The MSI Trident X is a powerful, compact machine that can be upgraded with standardized parts at a good price.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme combines strong performance with an eye-popping display, but it gets hot and battery life could be better.
Razer’s gaming-focused Phone 2 is a better all-around smartphone. But we still question the rationale behind dedicated Android gaming hardware.
The Razer Core X is one of the most competitively priced eGPUs to come to market, as well as being solidly built and attractive.