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Our 5 favourite gaming accessories to kick butt with

Our 5 favourite gaming accessories to kick butt with

Gaming is meant to be fun, so why not equip yourself with the right gear to help you play better, or you know, more comfortably? We’re not talking about your basic gear, such as your mice and keyboard — after all, this one’s all down to personal preference. Instead, here are our favourite gaming accessories to help elevate your game.

Predator Gaming Chair x OSIM

Predator Gaming Chair x OSIM
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Feeling sore and stiff after pulling an all-night gaming session? Then the Predator Gaming Chair x OSIM — hailed as the world’s first gaming massage chair — may just be the chair for you. Also known as the uThrone, this S$849 collaboration between Acer and Osim comes with massage rollers to ease the tension from your back and shoulders.

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022

Secretlab Titan Evo 2022
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If you don’t need a massage chair, the latest version of the Secretlab Titan Evo 2022 could just be the thing. The latest model does away with straps, letting you swap out arm rests and attach a neck pillow through magnets. The Titan Evo also improves upon its built-in lumbar support with more options. There are now just three sizes, and it takes over the position formerly filled by the Omega line.

Samsung 980 NVMe SSD

Samsung 980 NVMe SSD
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Make your game load a lot faster with the the Samsung 980 NVMe SSD. This affordable S$188 1TB NVMe solid state drive plugs directly into your motherboard’s M.2 port and makes your games start up really quick. No more coffee breaks while staring at loading screens!

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HP Omen X 25f 240Hz Gaming Monitor

HP Omen X 25f 240Hz Gaming Monitor
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Gamers looking to min-max their performance can consider the HP Omen X 25f 240Hz Gaming Monitor. As its name suggests, the Omen X 25f features a high refresh rate, at 240Hz, for smooth, smooth, gaming. The 24.5-inch monitor has a Full-HD resolution, and a configurable on-screen crosshair for no-scope shots.

Surge Switchpad Pro Wireless for Switch

Surge Switchpad Pro Wireless Controller
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If Nintendo’s official Switch Pro Controller is a tad too expensive for you, the Surge Switchpad Pro Wireless (around S$41) does almost everything the Pro Controller can do and more. It offers wireless connectivity, rumble, turbo button, macro controls, a comfortable grip and a USB-C Port for recharging. It’s really one of our favourite gaming accessories.

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