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5 gaming upgrades to play better

5 gaming upgrades to play better

Gaming Gear roundup

It's been a long year since we suggested gaming gear to help you play better, so an update is long overdue. There's been quite a lot of awesome games to play, so if you want to give yourself an upgrade to kill Terminids in Helldiver 2, what better way to do it than to make sure you have the latest gaming gear? Here are our picks.

Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2

Loggitech G Pro X Superlight 2
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Much like the earlier model, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight 2 is one light mouse. It looks virtually the same, but weighs less at 60g. Inside, it gets a new sensor, more battery life, and even faster polling rates. If you want a premium superlight mouse, look no further.

Sony Inzone H5

Sony Inzone H5
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The Sony Inzone H5 headphones are pretty good. You get excellent sound with spatial audio, it's comfortable to wear, and doesn't break the bank. I do wish the microphone is removable, but otherwise, it swings upwards, and out of your way when not in use. For just S$179, what's not to like?

Keychron Q2 Max

Keychron Q2 Max
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The 65% Keychron Q2 Max is the mechanical keyboard maker’s latest release. Unlike Keychron’s more budget-friendly releases, the Q2 Max is a premium product that offers a great mix of quality, and function. Don’t let its size fool you — the Q2 Max weights a hefty 1.5kg fully assembled. It’s not a keyboard you bring to a cafe, but at the same time, it’ll stay firmly planted when you’re typing furiously.

SteelSeries Arctis Nova 7 Dragon Edition

Steelseries Arctis Nova 7 Wireless Dragon Edition
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To commemorate the Year of the Dragon, SteelSeries launched a limited edition Arctis Nova 7 wireless gaming headset. Aside from being in festive red, a Chinese dragon in gold is printed on both sides of the headphones. The SteelSeries Arctis Nova 7 Wireless Dragon Edition is pricey, but offers a full set of features for gamers with a unique love-it-or-hate-it design.

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TTRacing Swift X Pro Gaming Chair

TTRacing Swift X Pro gaming chair
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The TTRacing Swift X Pro gaming chair doesn't have many fancy features like those you see from Secretlab or Razer. However, it has the basics covered if you want the gaming chair aesthetic, and is pretty affordable at S$279.

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