Sennheiser is known to make some of the world’s best audio equipment and its range of gaming headsets is certainly not letting the company’s name down by any means. Over at NewEgg, this PC gaming headset, the PC350 Special Edition gaming headset, is down to $79.99 right now, from its original $249.99.
If you opted to get yourself an Amazon Echo Dot rather than the larger (and far more expensive) Amazon Echo itself, you may have found that even if you’re absolutely happy with your choice, the Dot could do with being a little louder. Being wireless might also be a nice feature. Enter the Vaux – a portable speaker packed with a battery and connections to the Amazon Echo Dot, designed to let you place your Dot anywhere in your home and have massively improved sound.
If you’re looking for a high-quality gaming headset for cheaper than you’d normally find them, you can head over to Argos’ eBay outlet this week. There, you’ll find that Argos is selling off all its old stock of the Titanfall-themed Turtle Beach Atlas gaming headset, compatible with Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC, for only £34.99.
Microsoft’s Xbox One has a plethora of accessories, gadgets and extras are all available to flesh out the gaming experience. This is, after all, the console that initially came with a Kinect in the box too. If you happen to be an Xbox One owner, you have a lot of options but which are the best accessories for Xbox One right now? Here’s our guide.
Whether you’re an artist, animator, architect or gamer, getting a crystal clear Ultra HD monitor is essential. While games and movies can look superb in 1080p, a 4K image can be mind-blowing to behold. There are plenty of options out there claiming to the best 4K monitor, but some are clearly better than others. Whichever one of these professions you call your own, and whether you’re seeking a magnificent screen for work or play, we’ve put together a list of the 6 best 4K monitors you can buy right now. Come see!
Nintendo’s latest special edition New Nintendo 3DS XL is the absolutely gorgeous SNES Edition version, which is every bit as nostalgia-inducing as it sounds like it would be. It’s set for release on October 13th and is available to pre-order right now, for £179.99. Knowing how quick Nintendo limited editions tend to sell out, you may want to grab this one while you can.
If you’re a particularly thrifty type, you’re going to want to head over to Amazon UK’s Warehouse Deals section this week. There, you’ll find that the site is currently offering an extra 20% off a selected range of open-box and used products. The discount will apply during checkout but means you can pick up some awesome bargains on things like SteelSeries gaming headsets, FireHD tablets, and more.