Choosing a desk is a bigtime commitment. It is something you’ll use every day, and you want it to be reliable, sturdy, and maybe have a unique feature or two. But what if you’re limited on space? Well, the desk you may be looking for is the Arozzi Arena Leggero and this is our official review.
Turtle Beach is a name that most console gamers are extremely familiar with and through proximity PC gamers as well. The thing is they aren’t a common PC brand when it comes to headset solutions but tdhey’re aiming to change that with the new Atlas line. Aimed at gamers seeking esport performance we take a look at the Turtle Beach Elite Atlas PC Gaming Headset.
At PAX West I got my first look at HyperX’s Predator RGB RAM kit and was blown away by it’s vibrance, style and infrared synchronization technology. Couple that with a variety of speeds from 2933 to 4000 and we are looking at a serious competitor in the RGB RAM market. In this review we’ll take a closer look at the real world performance to see if the HyperX Predator DDR4 Kit is the right fit for your next build or upgrade.
Razer has served up another reimaging of one of their most popular products, this time with the Razer Blackwidow Elite. Of the many improvements on offer, you can expect the usual flashy RGB that Razer is known for, but also Hypershift key rebinding for unlimited macros, and so much more. The model we were sent features patented Razer Green switches that are rich with clicky goodness, but is it truly Elite?
When it comes to gaming headsets, few companies are as highly esteemed as HyperX. They’ve been on an absolute run over the last several years, releasing a number of critically acclaimed headset. Today, we have their latest entry, the HyperX Cloud MIX on the review bench. It wants to be your one-and-done headset, designed to fit your lifestyle and your gaming rig. Does it live up to the promise?
It can hard to find a fitting place to connect all of your devices. You want to have your gaming rig set up with your microphone, and speakers, and all of your other peripherals – and gamers have more than most. Arozzi is here to help with a gaming desk that gives you space, stability, and all-important cable management. What makes a gaming desk? Let’s find out in our review of the Arozzi Arena Gaming Desk.
I’ve always been interested in whether or not specialty blue-light blocking eyewear really worked. Thankfully, the Eagle Eyes Supersight 4in1 System has provided some clarity on the subject. And while I’m not thoroughly sold on the Supersight system for a few reason, it has done enough to make me a believer in the idea.
Razer is great at coming out with new and different versions of their gear and their latest is no exception. The Razer Mamba Wireless promises to do everything you’ve come to expect from the Mamba class does but now with improved battery life for 50 hours of wireless play. Let’s look a little deeper in our review of the Razer Mamba Wireless!
If you’re a streamer wanting to take things to the next level, you’ve probably looked into standalone microphones. Today, we have another option for you with the Audio-Technica BPHS1 broadcast headset. That’s right, a broadcast headset – but there’s a reason why big gamers and content creators like Angry Joe have dropped the boom arms and picked one of these up. Is it right for you? Join us as we find out in our official review.
Razer loves to put new and specialized versions of their products. So it comes as no surprise that we find ourselves with a new and improved version of the Razer Kraken, the Tournament Edition. It boasts a host of features including a new-to-this-line USB audio controller that can level the playing field on your levels. Let’s dig deeper to see what it does. This is our review of the Razer Kraken Tournament Edition Gaming Headset.