I’ve always been one to stick with stock headsets that come with my consoles. I’ve relied on stock equipment for so long that I thought it’d be silly to own $250 headset, but with so much money invested in TVs, consoles, and gaming setups, why draw the line here.
The HyperX Cloud Gaming Headset from Kingston is easily the most comfortable headsets we’ve reviewed here on The Game Fanatics.
There are a staggeringly large number of accessories available for PC gamers but arguably none are as important as the keyboard and mouse combo. Sure there are many gamepads and controllers for sale, but when you get right down to it most of us prefer to have one hand on a mouse and the other hovering the keys that will spell our victory.
A few weeks ago, we brought you the story of Western Leaf’s super-thin, super-fast Frenzy tablet. They were kind enough to send us a review unit to test out, so here’s our review of the Frenzy 8Z tablet from Western Leaf.
If you’re recording and producing music, digging into sound-design, mixing, DJ-ing, or just looking to make the sickest beats…eventually, you’re going to need a good pair of studio monitors. Mixing on headphones and hi-fi speakers will only get you so far before you start pulling you’re hair out from fatigue and frustration. So having a having a trusty set of neutral, transparent speakers is crucial.
Phablets, good God, are these really becoming a thing? That was my initial reaction to the awkwardly-oversized yet too-small-to-be-a-tablet smartphone, which, according to PC Magazine, have actually existed since 1993.
Here at The Game Fanatics we give a lot of coverage to the awesome video games that we are ever so passionate about, and sometimes we talk about the great artists and developers behind such games, but very seldom do we talk about the tools which these artists and developers use.