A slick and futuristic desk for gamers or any computer setup. Its triple-decker design provides room for dual or ultra-wide monitors, a keyboard, mouse, controllers, headphones, and more. It has built-in cable management, a front-facing USB hub, and RGB LED accent lighting. They also sell a matching gaming chair.
This jumbo mousepad is ideal for gamers and creative professionals. It measures 40x50cm, or about 16×20″, and is made from microtextured glass for smooth and wicked-fast mouse movement. It comes in white or black, and Kickstarter orders include a protective carrying sleeve.
This slick peripheral combines a DAC and a headphone amp. It connects to PCs or Macs via Micro-USB and has 3.5 mm headphone, microphone, and aux jacks. It supports audio sample rates up to 24-bit / 96 kHz, and drives headphones from 16 to 150 ohms. It also has 7.1 surround sound using EPOS’s Binaural Rendering Engine.
Improve your mobile gaming accuracy with Razer’s fingertip sleeves. They’re designed to improve aim and control while keeping fingers dry and cool. They’re made from stretchy nylon and spandex, woven with conductive silver fiber to ensure contact with capacitive touchscreens.
Unlike other gaming chairs designed to sit at a desk, the Respawn-900 is meant for your game room. It offers a racing-style bolstered back, reclining leg support, wide armrests, and a drink holder. It reclines up to 135º, swivels 360º, and holds adults up to 275 lb. Though we wish it included a lumbar support pillow.
This slick desk is ideal for PC gamers with its stealthy black metal surface and legs. Its 59.1″ x 27.6″ desktop is large enough for multiple monitors and has plenty of room for mousing. It includes a covered cable management tray, and can be upgraded with RGB lighting, a magnetic desk mat, and cable management accessories.
X Rocker’s combination computer desk and bunk bed is the perfect piece of furniture for a kid’s room or if you’re just short on space. Its lower tier has room for a complete gaming PC with dual monitors, a large 77.5″ x 35″ desk surface, and a shelf for displaying collectibles. Its twin-sized bed holds up to 220 pounds.
During the virtual CES 2021, Razer showed off their concept design for a truly immersive gaming system. It combines a haptic-feedback gaming chair with a wrap-around 60″ OLED display that can roll up and stow behind the seat when not in use. The distance between the gamer and the screen seems a bit close for us though.
The Zephyr is a premium gaming mouse with a difference. Its open cage structure provides access to a built-in adjustable speed cooling fan, keeping palms dry and sweat-free during frenzied fragging sessions. It’s accurate too, with a 16,000 DPI resolution, and programmable RGB lighting with dynamic animations.
If you’re addicted to PC games, you should at least be comfortable while you play. This highly-supportive gaming chair from Offex Gaming provides numerous adjustments so you can get your gaming space just right. It has a high back design, and comes with removable lumbar and headrest pillows. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop.
The GE66 Raider is a powerful 15.6″ gaming laptop that features a sleek aluminum housing, with sweet panoramic “aura” RGB lighting and individually-addressable RGB keyboard lights. It’s powered by 10th gen Intel CPUs up to a Core i9, with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER graphics, and has a crazy fast 300Hz display refresh rate.
This substantial wooden dining room table seats up to six adults, and doubles as a surface for serious tabletop game fans. Underneath its removable center leaves is a 4″ sunken playing space, which remains undisturbed while dining. Around its perimeter are indentations for game cards and tokens, along with sunken cupholders.
Handheld maker wermy shows off a nifty build he found on the sudomod forums. Moosepr’s TinyPi is a ridiculously small gaming system that’s can run all kinds of retro games, and is about as small as you can get using a Raspberry Pi Zero board. Part kits available here.
Razer’s ultrabook now comes in two screen sizes: the original 12.5″ and a new 13.3″ screen with thin bezels. It also has a new second color scheme – dark gray with a non-glowing Razer logo on the lid and only a white backlight for its keyboard. It also works with the Razer Core.
A limited edition of MSI’s small form-factor gaming PC, decked out in snowy white, packing an Intel Kaby Lake Core i7-7700 3.6 GHz CPU, and GeForce GTX 1070 graphics, making it powerful enough to run VR games. Front USB 3.1 and HDMI ports make VR setup a breeze.
Built to run the latest VR games, the GT83VR Titan SLI is a monster of a gaming laptop, with an 18.4″ display, Intel’s quad-core i7-6920HQ or 6820HK CPU, 512GB to 1TB SSD, Nvidia GTX 1080 Dual SLI GPUs, and a mechanical Steelseries keyboard with RGB backlighting.
Unlike the other Razer Blades, the 12.5″ Blade Stealth is an ultrabook – it’s thin, light and lasts up to 8h per charge, but it only has integrated graphics. To make up for that, Razer made the Core, an add-on that lets you connect desktop GPUs to the laptop via a Thunderbolt 3 cable.
This little black box adds a gaming PC to your living room. It’s capable of playing over 1000 titles from the Steam library, and plays with either the mouse-accurate Steam Controller or an Xbox 360 joystick. Full review on Technabob. Available from Dell or GameStop.