Steelseries produce a lot of gaming peripherals. That’s been their focus for a long time. But these days it’s not all about the giant gaming cans with the big boom mic. It’s about mobile phone gaming on the move – which means looking cool while doing so. While I’m not going to ever look cool wearing any pair of headphones, perhaps the Steelseries Flux can help me out a little bit.
Introduction Gamers may not be too familiar (yet) with the EpicGear brand, particularly as there are very few products under the banner so far.
Introduction With the recent surge of interest in headphones thanks to the combination of style and sound quality from brands like Dr Dre’s Beats, there are a lot of other firms capitalising on it.
Today we’re having at the first of a pair of Mionix pads, with a traditional form factor – the Ensis 320. The Ensis is an aluminium mousepad that looks nice, but how will it perform? Let’s put it to the test.
Introducing the Steelseries Kana, this little beast sits between the Kinzu and Sensei in terms of price, features and physical size. Will it be another kick-ass addition to the Steelseries family or just a difficult middle child? I think we should probably find out, huh?
Today I look at the Tt eSports Shock One headset. Compared to the previous Tt eSports headphones I took a look at, these are much more gamer orientated. They also feature virtual surround sound which should make them great for watching movies too. Let’s find out!