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Sennheiser GSX 1000 Headphone Amplifier - The Gamer's Headphone Amp

When we reached out to Sennheiser about reviewing their GSP 300 series gaming headset, they surprised us by sending along their GSX 1000 headphone amp too. At first, we were perplexed since the GSPs don’t require that extra juice. After spending some time with it, it’s safe to say that I’ve seen the light, but with a $229 MSRP, is it right for you? Read on to find out.

Sennheiser GSP 302: Sennheiser Quality Without the Premium?

Sennheiser is one of the most respected names in the audio business. They are known for making extremely well regarded headsets that span from consumer-grade to the professional, and have more than a few that are lauded in the audiophile community. But what happens when they try to make a gaming headset for only $99? The GSP 302 is here to answer that question. Here is our review.

Cougar Ultimus RGB Mechanical Keyboard: How Much Keyboard Can You Get for $80?

Cougar Gaming makes a wide range of hardware for gamers and has earned our respect as one of the most affordable, budget friendly options out there. When they asked if we’d like to look at their new Ultimus RGB mechanical keyboard, coming in at a low $79.99 MSRP, we jumped at the chance. How much keyboard can you get for eighty dollars? Let’s find out.

Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum: Wireless, But Not Quite Carefree

Audio Autumn marches on! Today, we’re turning to one of the most steadfast names in the peripheral industry and looking at the Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum. Does it have what it takes to compete against the other stellar headsets we’ve reviewed this month? Read on to find out!

HyperX Cloud Alpha Headset - Outstanding

For $99, the HyperX Cloud Alpha may be single best value gaming headset out there. In my time with it, I have been impressed in every single way, even when comparing it to headset’s more than twice the price. Simply put, if you want a headset that will not only make games and music sound great, but won’t break the bank, look no further. HyperX has done it again.

Cougar Armor Gaming Chair - Comfort, With Some Drawbacks

We’ve taken a look at a number of products from Cougar Gaming this year. So far, every one has shown itself to be quite the bargain for the money. Today, we’re leaving peripherals behind and taking a look at their very own racing chair. Will it keep up the trend? Read on for our full review.

Vertagear PL6000: Big and Bold

Through their short time on the market, Vertagear has quickly climbed the ranks to become one of the premium furniture makers for PC gamers. Last month, we took a look at the Triigger 350 and the racing styled SL5000. Today, we’re stepping up to the racing chair’s big brother, the PL6000. It’s made for big and tall users, and this is our full review.

Creative Sound BlasterX SIEGE M04: Why Rule Just One Gaming Genre?

The fast-paced, unforgiving arenas of e-sports continue to grow and increase in challenge every year. With their rise, games and products arisen to match. The need for increasingly accurate and higher performance tools has never been higher. It is into this mix that Creative Labs issues its new flagship gaming mouse. Read on for our review of the SIEGE M04.

Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L RGB: For Pros and Joes

Cooler Master advertises the MasterKeys Pro L RGB as being for “Pros, Not Joes”. After using this keyboard and exploring its power for the last two weeks, I can understand why they made that their slogan. The Pro L is a powerhouse. Even with all the portability and power it offers, I have a different opinion: the MasterKeys Pro L RGB is for “Pros and Joes,” and here’s why.

Creative Sound BlasterX Vanguard K08: Surprisingly Capable

Sound Blaster is a name that’s almost legendary in the PC audio space, backed by an extensive range of sound cards, speakers, headsets and amplifiers that stretches back over decades. But how would the firm’s first pro gaming keyboard stack up in the highly competitive peripherals market? As an opening effort, the Vanguard K08 is a surprisingly capable and full-featured choice.

Wooting One Mechanical Keyboard: Finally, True Keyboard Innovation

In May of 2017, the small team at Wooting launched their Kickstarter to fund the Wooting One, the first mechanical gaming keyboard to offer analog support. In just seven hours, the One blew through its original €30000 funding goal. By the end of the month, they were funded to the tune of more than 450% of their target. Backers were excited about the Wooting One: a truly innovative mechanical gaming keyboard with the potential to change how PC games are played.

SteelSeries Arctis 7 Headset: Exceptional Comfort

Audio Autumn treks on, and today we look at Steelseries’ premiere gaming headset, the Arctis 7 featuring wireless DTS 7.1 Surround Sound. SteelSeries has been on a roll this year, so when we decided to focus in on headphones, we knew we had to reach out. Does the Arctis 7 live up to those lofty standard of its Siberia line?

Elgato HD60 Pro Capture Card: Small and Mighty

Elgato is well known as a go-to company for content creators. Earlier this summer, we looked at the CamLink and were impressed. Back in March, we reviewed the Stream Deck. You guessed it: we loved it. Today, we’re reviewing the Elgato HD60 Pro Capture Card in house. Will it stand up to Elgato’s lofty reputation?

IOGear Keymander: Bringing a Keyboard and Mouse to a Console Fight

The Keymander: a device designed to let you use a keyboard and mouse in any game without the developers needing to allow it. For PC gamers who struggle for accuracy with controllers, it’s a godsend, but some people believe it should be banned. Read our review and let us know in the comments where you fall.

Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum: A New Flagship is Born

My first mechanical keyboard was the Logitech G710+. That keyboard represented my first steps down the path of a brand new hobby. Since that time, I’ve used more mechanical keyboards than I ever thought possible. This month, Logitech sent me their new flagship mechanical keyboard, the G910 Orion Spectrum. Does it live up to the lofty standards of my own nostalgia?