It's been a long year since we suggested gaming gear to help you play better, so an update is long overdue. With tons of awesome PC games coming up, including Star Wars: Jedi Survivor, Diablo IV, and Starfield, you'll want to get ready to game, and what better way to do it than to make sure you have the latest gaming gear? Here are our picks.
Razer DeathAdder V3
The Razer DeathAdder V3 is great for those who want an edge in FPS games. The light weight, smooth glide, ergonomic shape, and lack of RGB make it perfect for esports. If you want it wireless, then you'll have to get the Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro instead.
Acer Predator X32 FP
If you're looking for a 4K monitor to be your command centre for all your computing and gaming devices, consider the Acer Predator X32 FP. It has more input ports than most monitors, so you can connect it to everything from game consoles to PCs to USB storage drives — at the same time. This premium mini-LED monitor also offers good blacks (for a non-OLED model), but it's not entirely free of blooming and halo effects. It's pricey, though, which doesn't help its cause against OLED monitors.
Asus ROG Keris Wireless AimPoint
At S$169, the Asus ROG Keris Wireless AimPoint is more expensive than your standard wireless mouse. It packs a new ROG AimPoint sensor which supports up to 36,000 DPI. But pricing-wise, it's pretty competitive against other lightweight wireless mice such as the Razer Viper V2 Pro (S$230) and the Logitech G Pro X Superlight (around S$190). It isn't the lightest of the lot, but battery life is relatively good, while the specs, and build quality are excellent.
LG 32GQ950 UltraGear Nano IPS Gaming Monitor
Shopping for a 4K monitor to pair with your new game console? The LG 32GQ950 UltraGear Nano IPS Gaming Monitor is worth taking a look. It has everything you'll need for console gaming, namely two HDMI 2.1 ports with 4K 120Hz support. PC gamers meanwhile can enjoy up to 160Hz refresh rate at 4K resolution with a high-end computer. And you get HDR support, as well as plenty of gaming features. What's not to like? Well, it's pricey.
Sony Inzone H9
There's much to like about the expensive Sony Inzone H9 gaming headset. For one, it's super comfortable, and doesn't press in on your ears. It also features active noise-cancelling, which is rare for gaming headsets. Secondly, battery life is outstanding. Audio quality is good, too.
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