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Turtle Beach's Atlas One sounds pretty good for an entry-level headset, but you'll find it difficult to appreciate when it's this uncomfortable.
Amazon is selling Anker’s tiny 15W charger for just $11.74 today.
Razer's 2018 Kraken refresh combines a standard 3.5mm headset with a USB control box, giving it THX capabilities and nifty on-the-fly bass EQ. And hey, the earcups are cold now.
Bridging the gap between wired gaming headset and mobile Bluetooth headset, the HyperX Cloud Mix doesn't quite nail either. But if you're in both categories, perhaps it's an appealing jack-of-all-trades option.
It's been a long time since a Turtle Beach headset has impressed us, but the Elite Atlas's premium design finally did it—even if there are still some lingering audio concerns.
The Pixel Stand is a fine wireless charger, but only if you have a Pixel 3 and are willing to pay a premium for a Made by Google product.
Roccat's Khan Aimo gaming headset offers exceptional sound quality at a good price, but sacrifices style and comfort in the process.
The Omen Mindframe gaming headset makes its mark with thermoelectric cooling in the earcups. It works as advertised, but HP misses on some basics.
Antlion's ModMic 5 is the audiophile's alternative to a headset, by allowing you to add a studio-quality mic to your high-end headphones.
Incredibly comfortable and aided by cooling gel in the ear cups, the Razer Nari Ultimate is a haptics-enabled headset that doesn't feel like a one-off gimmick.
VicTsing's dual USB charger has Bluetooth, an auxiliary port, and a microphone, and it's less than $15 today.
Turtle Beach's Stealth 700 is the first third-party device we've seen take advantage of Microsoft's Xbox One Wireless Adapter, and that's worth checking out even if the headset has a few issues.
HP's Omen Mindframe gaming headset is actively cooled, while the Omen Obelisk's case window could be the first for a large PC vendor.
Samsung's new Wireless Duo Charger has leaked and it reminds us: Where the heck is AirPower?
Alienware's AW988 is the company's first headset in nine years. It checks all the boxes, but its sky-high sticker price might not sit well with 2018's gamers.
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