The Linksys WRT32X is undeniably built with hard-core gamers with high sensitivity to network latency. After all, ping jumping up and down, even for a split second, could be fatal in competitive FPS and MOBA.
The RGB lighting of the Ironclaw is quite intuitive. It has three lit zones – the scroll wheel, rear logo, and front panels – so you can definitely play with lighting customization. I mean, who wouldn’t love flashing lights while fighting epic bosses from Sekiro?
This monitor uses a Twisted Nematic (TN) panel technology, which is best for competitive gamers, although it’s not everyone’s favorite. It supports higher refresh rates, has low response time, a decent input lag, and a high resolution. So let’s see if this monitor is the real deal!
Are the Beryllium Drivers Worth it? The Gigabyte AORUS H5 Gaming headset is armed with beryllium drivers , which is deemed superior than Neodymium-based drivers, and AORUS is banking on that as its secret weapon.
The Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless is the minimalists’ dream. Similar to the Logitech G403, it doesn’t have any glaring gamer details; instead, it just retains a practical approach. It is like a low-key version of Corsair’s Dark Core SE, in terms of aesthetic value. It is for those who find charm in simplicity.
For this panel, BenQ ditched the overblown design and flashy LEDs and concentrated on things that matter: Performance. With a 240Hz refresh rate, I can see competitive gamers lining up to test this monitor. That is why, me a fan of fast-paced games, did not hesitate to give the Zowie XL2540 a try.
The ASUS ROG Swift PG348Q is a great gaming monitor. It seems that Asus has managed to add yet another worthy product to its hefty Republic of Gamers gaming line. With its 3440×1440 native resolution, 3800R curve, and G-Sync support this monitor guarantees an even more enjoyable gaming experience.
I’m not being funny but the Acer Predator X34 BMIPHZ’s specs and aesthetic value spell Christmas for gamers. Its whopping 34-inch and 3440×1440 curved display is gaming goodness waiting to happen. Not to mention the neat LED lights for that extra wow factor.