Keyboards aren't the only devices that feature mechanical switches with a satisfying "click" sound — you'll also find them on the SteelSeries Rival 600 mouse, which also has the full-spectrum RGB lighting that seems almost standard now in every piece of dedicated gaming gear. Although modestly priced at under $50, this gaming mouse features a 12,000 DPI optical sensor for pinpoint accuracy, customizable weights, and even a depth sensor that eliminates “cursor drift” if you lift the mouse off the mouse pad.
Last but not least, here’s a cool little spin to what some would consider a ‘gaming accessory’. This is more of a why not than a perhaps. If you’re into organization or are like us and really just aren’t a fan of cables (especially the annoying clutter you have underneath your setup), then these are not only cheap but super effective as well. We’ve seen quite a few different spins to ‘cable management sleeves’ but through research we’ll link you to one of our favorites and most reviewed.
If a PC computer or Mac aren’t your thing and you prefer to game on a laptop (whether you’re traveling or just prefer the sleek and versatile build of them), we have one of the best right here. The HP Omen is a gaming laptop that’ll give some PC’s a run for their money when it comes to capabilities. We remember back in the day attempting to game on a laptop but couldn’t come close to getting the quality we needed — it was barely recommended to try doing so (and keep in mind we were running Counter-Strike 1.6). Nowadays however in this year, times have definitely changed.
Emotes have only been around since 2015 (Twitch started in 2011), but in just a couple of years, they’ve become an indelible part of gamer slang. The most popular ones are used millions of times per day on the platform, according to stats from twitchemotes.com and kappa.ws, and they’re referenced more than you might’ve realized on other social media and in real life. You might hear the names of the emotes dropped in casual conversation, and you might even see players imitating emote faces in photos:
BTTV is available from the developer’s site for a number of different browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. If you like the BTTV emotes but prefer FFZ for its enhancement options, there’s BetterTTV Emotes for FrankerFaceZ, an extension that will add all of BTTV’s global emotes as well as the channel-specific emotes, so that you can use them all!