The wait is over–Amazon Prime Day 2020 is officially live, but you don’t have to be a Prime subscriber or even shop at Amazon to get amazing deals today. That’s because this has effectively become a precursor to Black Friday, and competing retailers are getting in on the action with steep discounts on games and tech this week. Best Buy is one of those retailers running a big anti-Prime Day sale of its own, and it made the biggest move we’ve ever seen to compete with Amazon by announcing its first Black Friday deals will go live this week.
Select deals from Best Buy’s Black Friday ad have gone live today, and they feature fantastic discounts on laptops, tablets, and 4K smart TVs along with Arcade1Up cabinets. Notably, you can buy a Samsung 70-inch 4K smart TV for $530, down from its usual $750–just in time for next-gen gaming. There’s
Amazon Prime Day is a big, unwieldy sort of day, but it’s typically a great day to stock up on PC accessories, themselves a big, unwieldy sort of category. There’s always room to tinker with your PC setup, and outside of Black Friday, this is an excellent time to do so. Let’s take a look at Prime Day deals on gaming monitors, mice, headsets and keyboards for example: I’m not trying to be comprehensive, because there’s a ton to work with here.
First I’ll pull out a few options for monitors, and then share some of the best individual deals I’ve seen so far. These include deals for a mouse, keyboard and headset. For more Amazon Prime Day tips, you can see our list of all the best Prime Day deals that went live this morning.
Following last month’s Arctis 9 launch, SteelSeries is adding a couple of new flavors to its 2020 wireless headset lineup, the Xbox and PC-compatible Arctis 7X, and the PS4 and PS5-compatible 7P. Actually, the 7X is compatible with all platforms — Xbox (through Series X and S), PC, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation (through PS5) — while the 7P won’t work on an Xbox.
It all comes down to the size of your dongle. The 2.4GHz USB-C wireless dongle for the Xbox is bigger than the PlayStation’s, and it has a switch to pop between PC and Xbox modes. It’s the same dongle that’s used by the budget Arctis 1, which launched about a year ago. Both headsets are the same as the PC-only Arctis 7, except for the USB-C connection and slightly enhanced battery life — up to 24 hours rather than 20.
Google’s Stadia controller now has support for USB-C audio devices when playing on a Chromecast or via a web browser. That gives you an easy way to add headphones and a microphone, since you can simply plug in a set of wired USB-C earbuds like the Google’s Pixel USB-C earbuds, gaming headset, the Asus ROG Delta, or even the wireless SteelSeries Arctis 1 gaming headset with its wireless USB-C adapter (It works, a Redditor confirms.)
It’s nice that Stadia players have another audio option beyond the built-in 3.5mm jack, and it’s cool and unusual for any game controller to offer USB-C audio, but it still took almost a year for Google to add it after promising the feature was coming.
Up until now, you could only use the controller’s USB-C port to charge the controller or to plug it into a smartphone or computer with a USB-C cable. In fact,
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It can prove a challenge to shop around for the best PC gaming headset as there’s no shortage of products to choose from. It’s essential to make the right choice since a bad headset can utterly ruin your PC gaming experience. This is why we’ve put together some of the best, high-quality headsets available that suit different needs and budgets. Go with our recommendations to hear everything in-game and clearly communicate with teammates.
7 Best PC Gaming Headsets in 2020
SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC — Best Overall: Stunning sound quality, Hi-Res certification, and 7.1 surround thanks to the included DAC
HyperX Cloud Alpha S Blackout — Runner-Up: Great sound, extremely comfortable, and attractively priced
Razer BlackShark V2 — Best for Competitive Gamers: A comfortable, lightweight headset validated by some of the leading professional gamers
Razer Nari Ultimate — Most Immersive Sound: An innovative headset with haptics that suck you
The Elo Series Headsets Offer PC Gamers the Perfect Blend of ROCCAT’s Award-Winning German Design & Innovation with Turtle Beach’s Unrivaled Audio Expertise & Exclusive Technologies
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Every PC gamer loves options when it comes to hardware, and the more options, the better. Now, ROCCAT has unveiled a new line of PC gaming headsets for gamers to feast their eyes upon.
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ROCCAT, Turtle Beach’s PC gaming brand, has officially unveiled a new line of PC gaming headsets slated to be launched this fall. The new line of gaming headsets is called the ROCCAT Elo Series, and will introduce three brand new headsets; the Elo X Stereo, the Elo 7.1 USB, and the Elo Air. As you can probably imagine, each of the new headsets fit a specific price point, and proportionate to that price point is its quality.
The Elo X Stereo is the light-weight model of three and features a floating metal headband and plush memory foam cushions. It also comes in at the cost of just $49.99 MSRP. Moving on,