The Trust GXT 391 Thian Gaming Headset is an easy-to-use wireless PC and PlayStation headset that gives quality performance at a decent price.
Want to give your gaming experience a LED-assisted boost? The Govee DreamView G1 Pro could be right up your street.
Govee's DreamView P1 Light Bars bring Ambilight style illumination to your games.
The EPOS H3PRO Hybrid is an exceptional gaming headset, but it comes with an eye-watering price tag.
We reviewed PowerA's Spectra controller for the Switch last year, and now we've had our hands on the Xbox version. We called the PowerA Spectra...
If you've had enough of burning through AA batteries in your Xbox controller, this is the device for you.
This might just be the most comfortable chair we've ever sat in.
The GameSir T4 Pro Multi-Platform Wireless Controller performs well whether it's on PC, Switch, Mac or mobile.
With its brilliant sound quality and light yet sturdy construction, the Roccat Syn Pro Air wireless headset is very easy to recommended.
The GameSir VX2 Aimbox lets you use any mouse and keyboard on a console but if you've got a PS5 be prepared for a testing experience.
The andaseaT Jungle 2 is a comfortable, flexible gaming chair that we almost certainly won't be making Guns N' Roses jokes about.
If you want a mechanical keyboard that's a great all-rounder and doesn't cost too much, the Roccat Pyro comes very highly recommended.
HexGaming's new pro PlayStation 5 joypad sports four programmable paddles which, if you're playing Fortnite, can make all the difference.
Bet you've never seen a mechanical keyboard quite as small as this before.
The GameSir T4 Mini is smaller than your average pad but, supporting PC, Android, iOS and Switch gaming, you shouldn't overlook it.
EPOS' latest headset, the H6PRO, cements itself as an industry leader in terms of quality, comfort and exceptional audio.
For those who like extra functionality and customisation, there's no controller better than the Nacon Revolution X Pro.
It looks cheap, but the Sades Spirits headset outputs a surprisingly good sound for its circa-£20 asking price.
The Majority Atlas PC Soundbar has an RRP of just £24.99, and can be picked up even cheaper - but for the price, it's an excellent bit of kit.
While it's fantastic that Microsoft has mapped touchscreen controls to a number of its Cloud-enabled games, you can't beat the feel of a real...