Shane Roberts of Lifehacker reviewed the Logitech G560 PC Gaming Speaker, inviting readers to “come for the sound, stay for the light show.” Calling the Logitech G560 “feature-packed,” he shared that the “most notable is the side and rear-firing game-driven four zone RGB lighting that extends the scene from your monitor to the rest of your gaming space,” noting he “had even more fun with the music visualizer option.”
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What makes this one a pick for the best gaming gear however, is the keyboards full-key matrix anti-ghosting mechanism that is perfect for enhancing your accuracy and making sure you’re safe of sticky-keys. Not only does this keyboard look great on your PC or laptop, but its light-weight and can be durable for as long as you need it to be. Sometimes it’s the little things that can thoroughly improve your game, so let the Corsair Vengeance K70 do it all, and get it for quite the reasonable price since it’s a bit cheaper than our previous Razer pick if you wanted to save some cash.


Some high-end enthusiasts may insist on a Core i7, but you truly don't need one for gaming, as most games don't stress the Hyper-Threading function that makes Core i7 models so appealing for other CPU-intensive tasks. Even a Core i3 would suffice for most builders, but since it's the heart of the system for gaming and also for everyday tasks, we figured we'd be grateful for the extra juice. Note that this isn't one of Intel's "K" series processors, meaning it is not unlocked for overclocking, which is fine; doing so is unnecessary most of the time for gaming. It also lets us save money on other components, such as the next one.
We think the following is gear gamers should upgrade if they’re able. Again, you can either do so systematically as you gather some cash, grab a few at once, or setup an entire new rig — it’s all on you! Or perhaps even start building your own gaming computer if you want to save some money as well. If there are some different recommendations or even gear you feel we left out, let us know in the comments. Just as a heads up, click on the links below of the gear to jump to that specific section’s recommendation. We’ll also link you to some of our guides in case you want some more information or additional gear picks to compare and contrast.

Another headset recommendation here, the Sennheiser GAME ONE is presented to us next as an open-back light weighted design that is not only built for enhanced comfort but also provides a crystal-clear sound. Featuring a suitable volume control conveniently located near the headsets ear cups as well as plush velour covered XXL ear pads, these combine to make this one another addition to the best gear for gaming list for those with a bit of larger budgets than our previous headset pick.
De huidige trend binnen gaming zal je vast niet zijn ontgaan: alles heeft lampjes. RGB is hot, maar gelukkig hoef je jouw gaming stekkie niet per se tot kerstboom om te toveren. Toch is verlichting met mate wel een stijlvolle toevoeging aan de ruimte. Met RGB ledstrips zorg je dat je bureau een neon-achtige gloed uitstraalt die dan weer aansluit op de verlichting van je behuizing of monitor. Kies je de kleur(en) van je lightstrip zelf en wees creatief!

This is so awesome. I’m not tech savvy at all and I installed a small light strip on my bedroom TV in less than 5 minutes. It comes on when the TV comes on, and shuts off when the TV shuts off. Neat! The only downside to this product is that if you install more than one of these in your house and then use any of the remotes, it will change all the lights, even the light strips in other rooms on other floors of the house. That is the only thing stopping me from ordering four more to use in other rooms of my house. But it’s still a very cool, fun product. Can’t wait to see what else this company makes!
Executive Editor John Burek and I build a lot of PCs together. For this project, we settled on a simple goal: putting together an uber-attractive gaming rig with a $1,000 price cap for reliable gaming at 1080p or 1440p. (The overall pricing is fluid; allow us a little wiggle room for sales, rebates, and ever-changing parts costs.) We settled on one of today's strongest possible component loadouts at about a grand, for a PC that combines plenty of gaming grunt and practically out-of-control RGB lighting—with a couple of inexpensive extras that will really take it over the top.
Cords are an unfortunate reality of modern technology, but in the last few years several organization solutions have appeared to helped those helplessly drown in cable clutter. One of our longtime favorites is the stylish Bluelounge CableBox, a clever answer to many who want to focus on the game rather than stray wires. If the CableBox is either too big / too small, Bluelounge has a wide range to fit any homeowners requirements, with IKEA’s FIXA cable management ideal for tying up any loose ends to bundle bunches together.
This is a great budget computer, it's great for completing work on and using programs like Autocad, all of the Microsoft programs (e.g. Word, PowerPoint, etc...) and Photoshop. It's quite good at running older games and a couple of new ones like Minecraft. Unfortunately, if you're looking to play more modern games like PUBG, Fortnite or Battlefield, then you will definitely need to upgrade the graphics card and the processor to get higher FPS and graphics.

This is a great budget computer, it's great for completing work on and using programs like Autocad, all of the Microsoft programs (e.g. Word, PowerPoint, etc...) and Photoshop. It's quite good at running older games and a couple of new ones like Minecraft. Unfortunately, if you're looking to play more modern games like PUBG, Fortnite or Battlefield, then you will definitely need to upgrade the graphics card and the processor to get higher FPS and graphics.
When gamers want to game they want only the best. The best titles, the best specs, the best graphics, the best internet speed. Gamers always want more from game and console developers. Gamers always want to have the best gaming setup, so we're here to help. We are going to cover everything you need to create the ultimate gaming setup for you from consoles to computers, mice to monitors. Since we've already gone through how to build your own PC, lets start with console gaming and how to make the most of it.
Online gamers have all faced a situation at one time or another when a lapse in their broadband connection results in lag, adversely affecting gameplay. D-Link recently released their ‘Gaming Router’ which features StreamBoost, an intelligent system that prioritizes which devices get more and consistent broadband. In short, this gamer optimized router can deliver the internet to the devices which you believe should get it over others in the household.
One of my advice would be to not splurge all your money in one go, newer and more powerful hardware are always coming out (six months - yearly), build according to your needs. It’s always nice to have the newest, most bleeding edge hardware, but sometimes it’s just not necessary. Besides, hardware such as additional graphics cards to run SLI or CrossFire and RAM could be added later down the road.
This is just what I wanted. I've been buying £50-£80 mechanical keyboards. I've had to return some, but this keyboard is a keeper. Compare to my current Cherry Black, responsive touch and that old click sound. This one also have fancy Leds. That's so great, but I rarely look at my keyboard anyway when I'm typing. The Aukey Keyboard has a good weight to it and it is really solid on the desk, no movement at all.

For PC gamers that want to give their ears a rest from the persistent pinch of those ear cups, a solid set of PC speakers is just the ticket. Some of these computer speaker packages are nearly as good as their TV counterparts. While they may annoy others in the household, if the timing is right it can be a lot of fun to really crank them up and enjoy lifelike sound at the computer desk.


Eber Antony of HardwareCanucks reviewed the Logitech G513 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, sharing, “kudos to Logitech for designing a well thought out keyboard.” Applauding Logitech G’s new Romer-G Linear switches, he relayed that you’re “getting a more fluid and smoother keystroke experience, compared to the tactile response you get with the originals,” and when gaming, “these switches are fast and very lighter to actuate, so finger fatigue is completely out of question.”
Logitech’s goal while creating this mouse was essentially to replicate more than enough movement and speed of the gamers arm, making it a mouse that is able to keep up with those short burst arm movements without causing a delay in speed. With this mouse, the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury allows you take your gaming capabilities to the next level. We recommend this one if the previous mouse was a bit too expensive for your budget and you wanted to upgrade yet save a little more cash at the same time.
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