The Audeze Maxwell Wireless gaming headset features truly audiophile-grade sound quality thanks to its 90mm planar magnetic drivers. Its sound is also tuned perfectly to pick up subtle audio cues in competitive games. What's more, this headset is extremely robust and comfortable and has a battery life that's in some cases three times longer than some premium rivals.
The Asus Zenbook 14 Flip OLED seemingly has it all - a remarkably light and thin - yet robust - convertible design, a zippy high-end CPU and aggressive productivity-focused connectivity. Its 2.8K OLED display is also a luxury worth savoring. Plus, this laptop's all-day battery life and USB-C fast charging functionality keep you up and running for longer.
The ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition has the stamp of pro gamers written all over it, having been co-designed by players. Consequently, it feels ideal for fast competitive gaming. This mouse represents an enigma in esports circles since it weighs just 54 grams yet has an extremely powerful 36,000 DPI sensor and Tri-Mode connectivity.
The Acer Predator Helios Neo 16 keeps pace with more premium priced laptops in the performance stakes, but it also sports slick futuristic styling, a gorgeous keyboard and ports galore. Plus, the base model gives you the best part of $2,000 change from a $3,000 budget.
Roccat's Syn Max Air, with its cuboid earcups and programmable RGB, looks so futuristic it could easily pass as a prop from the set of a Blade Runner remake. Yet this 3D audio capable gaming headset also provides gamers excellent cross compatibility and dual wireless connectivity.
The Razer Blade 18 is Razer's largest gaming laptop, featuring a gorgeous 18-inch QHD+ display, excellent upgradability and an exceptional build quality. However, a high price holds it back from truly impressing.
The Razer BlackWidow V4 Pro gaming keyboard not only sports eight dedicated macro keys which are perfect for MMO gaming, it also has an 8000 Hz lighting fast hyper polling rate, so its keys are some of the quickest you will ever use.
The Asus ROG Strix 18 features the most powerful performance hardware currently available in a laptop, with no less than an Intel 13th-gen Core i9-13980HX CPU and Nvidia RTX 4090 GPU. Performance is through the roof.
The Asus TUF Gaming A16 Advantage Edition features an outstanding battery life that's almost double that of other laptops in our stable of reviews. Its FHD+ 16:10 display delivers exceptionally smooth frames.
Although cheaper than SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro, the Arctis Nova 7X is a top-notch option for PC gamers thanks to its excellent cross-platform compatibility, dual 2.4GHz wireless and simultaneous Bluetooth functionality.