If you’re a content creator, whether that’s a part-timer streamer to a full-time YouTuber, then you know how important lighting can be. Today, we’re looking at a premiere light specially made for streamers with the Elgato Key Light. It mounts to your desk, is WiFi customizable, and offers a ton of brightness. At $199, is it worth the investment for your stream? Join us as we find out!
It’s that time of year again - Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Cyber WEEK. Let’s ignore how these sales go longer every year because more time for deals is a good time for deals! We’ve collected some of the best sales we could find for all of your gaming needs. Read on to see when, where, and what you should buy this year!
Back in March, we built the RGB Overkill PC. We the launch of the Ryzen 9 3900X, we decided to rebuild the system from the ground up to make it better than ever. This is an over-the-top rig that can double as a disco and dominate games/content creation. Read on for a closer look at the second iteration of this glorious RGB beast.
We’ve covered a few of Schiit Audio’s headphone amp and DAC solutions and have found ourselves near-universally impressed. Their products have been stellar but one other thing has also been true: for the average gamer, they’re a bit expensive. Enter the Fulla 3, Schiit’s $99 solution for gamers who want better audio without breaking the bank - and it saves on desk space too. Should you upgrade to the Fulla 3? Let's find out!
HDMI cables are a necessity of modern life. It’s something we all need but that gets tucked tidily away and out of sight. But what if you could use these cables to add some extra flair to your battlestation or living room? That’s what Vivify is out to accomplish with the Arquus RGB, the world’s first RGB HDMI cable. Read on for our review.
What would gaming be if we removed the need for expensive hardware? That’s the question Google set out to answer with Google Stadia. It did so with a bold promise: cloud-based gaming that would completely remove the need to buy into expensive hardware cycles. Did they succeed? We’ve spent the last few days putting the Stadia through its paces to find out exactly that. Let’s find out.
Competitive gaming mice designs are heading in a different direction: Cooler Master, Glorious, and, as today, G-Wolves with their new Skoll gaming mouse are trimming precious grams to achieve the new ultralight class. Coming in at only 66-grams and $69.99, is the G-Wolves Skoll right for you? Join us as we find out.
Last year, we reviewed the Arctis Pro + GameDAC, declaring it “2018’s Best Gaming Headset So Far.” Does 2019’s wireless update to the Pro lineup live up to the legacy and are they worth the premium? We will find out.
Love it or hate it, RGB is here to stay. Today, we’re looking at what is easily the most impressive RGB fan on the market with the Corsair QL120. Available in 120mm and 140mm variants, these fans build on the company’s popular Light Loop design with RGB LEDs on both the inner and outer ring to deliver outstanding lighting effects. The QLs take things a step further by adding LEDs to the rear, making them gorgeous from any angle. Should you buy a set for your PC?
TIN HiFi has developed a name for themselves as one of the most affordable high-end brands on the market. Back in September, we looked at the T2 Pros, a powerhouse set of earbuds if ever we saw one for the cost. Today, we’re looking at the TIN HiFi P1s, a premium planar magnetic in-ear headphone. Planar magnetics are rare and expensive in the in-ear world making these headphones an especially interesting find indeed. Are they worth $169? Let’s find out.
AMD’s RX 5700 XT finds itself in a tricky space: remain budget-friendly while overshadowing their competition with pure frames-per-second performance power. Into this cluster of new Navi-based GPUs, MSI releases a new challenger: the MSI Radeon RX 5700 XT GAMING X.
Rock Jaw Audio came into the game back in 2012 with one clear goal, exceeding everyone’s expectations for great Bluetooth earphones. Enter the T5 Ultra Connect Ear Buds, one of the relatively few products we’ve seen from the company. Look and sound prove that this company knows their stuff, but do they earn their $100 cost of entry? Let’s take a deeper look and find out.
The original GoXLR took the streaming world by storm and no wonder: it combined an audio interface with a hardware mixer, sampler, voice changer, and built-in professional effects through the bundled software. At $398, it was an expensive investment, so Helicon Gaming is back with the GoXLR Mini, a trimmed-down version of the original that retails for a fraction of the price. Ready to take your content to the next level?
It’s only been a few short months since we first looked at the Razer Viper lightweight eSports mouse but today, we’re looking at the Razer Viper Ultimate. It features the same sturdy yet lightweight design of the original but now features improved feet and Razer’s industry-leading HyperSpeed Wireless connectivity. At $149, it’s competing in a crowded market - does it do enough to stand out and earn your purchase?