Many flying and space games are compatible with a mouse and keyboard, but a flight stick — an advanced type of joystick — tends to offer more control. This flight stick from Thrustmaster lets you experience flying with a stick without breaking the bank. The device features magnetic sensors to enhance accuracy and reduce wear, and the buttons on the base and on the stick itself can be programmed for each game. If you want to spend a little more, it’s also available in a package with a separate throttle unit and rudder pedals for $149.99.
This wireless router was built specifically to make your Xbox One's wireless Internet connection faster. It automatically detects your Xbox when it's connected and prioritizes network traffic to it. Linksys says this router reduces peak ping times by 65% to help deliver smooth, lag-free gaming. The router is equipped with four Ethernet ports, a USB 3.0 jack, and four dual-band antennas.
As you might expect, esports pros need some seriously reliable hardware to do their best in the most demanding racing sims. The Thrustmaster TS-PC Racer Racing Wheel fits that bill. With paddle shifters, support for up to 1080 degrees of rotation and a powerful motor that lets you feel the car’s response, the only thing more realistic than this is actually hitting the track in real life.
The face of Alan from the SeriousGaming Twitch channel, shown with eyes crossed and tongue lolling out, is used to indicate that someone has done something eye-rollingly stupid. Sometimes it’ll refer to a player who’s using a deck or character that’s considered trivially easy to play (there was a Hearthstone deck jokingly called “brokeback druid, for example), but it can also come out when someone says something idiotic on stream. The equivalent slang term on the non-Twitch internet is probably “derp.”
Logitech’s goal while creating this mouse was essentially to replicate more than enough movement and speed of the gamers arm, making it a mouse that is able to keep up with those short burst arm movements without causing a delay in speed. With this mouse, the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury allows you take your gaming capabilities to the next level. We recommend this one if the previous mouse was a bit too expensive for your budget and you wanted to upgrade yet save a little more cash at the same time.
YoRHa gaming gloves aren’t a virtual reality interface, but they’re designed to maximize your grip on game console controllers — especially during marathon or competitive gaming sessions. These tight-fitting compression gloves support your fingers and wrists and prevent sweat build-up, while their fingerless design lets you operate control pads and buttons without interference.
Built for the battlefield, the HyperX Alloy Elite is loaded with fast, accurate, and comfortable Cherry MX Brown switches and a durable steel frame. RGB backlit keys and a brilliant 18-LED light bar keep you fragging away long into the night. It’s also equipped to meet your multimedia needs with dedicated media buttons, USB 2.0, Game Mode, anti-ghosting, and N-Key rollover.
The Razer Wolverine is a wired gaming controller for Xbox One with an incredible set of customization options. They include swappable thumbsticks and D-pad, six bumper and trigger buttons you can remap, and a built-in audio control panel. The gamepad also features the gaming giant's signature Chroma lighting experience — you can adjust it via an Xbox app.
Similar to the G900 Chaos Spectrum, the G402 Hyperion Fury is another high-speed mouse and one of our favorite picks as the best gaming gear out there. This mouse contains optical sensor technology and combines it with Logitech’s custom built Fusion Engine hybrid sensor that will track speeds up to 500 IPS. Though this high-tech mouse is great for gaming, it is often highly regarded as a multi-use product. The Hyperion Fury is getting high praise for its built-in accelerometer and gyro which augments the capabilities of the optical sensor. If the optical sensor fails to produce due to the mouse’s high speed, this feature allows the mouse to make up time just in case.
A quality keyboard might not seem like the most important piece of esports gear, but it’s still a crucial component for playing just about every title. Shooters use, at the very least, a handful of keys for movement, and more complex genres like real-time strategy and MOBAs rely heavily on much of the keyboard. Plus, it’s one of the biggest and flashiest PC gaming accessories. It’s no wonder pro gamers want one that works well and looks good.
Another headset recommendation here, the Sennheiser GAME ONE is presented to us next as an open-back light weighted design that is not only built for enhanced comfort but also provides a crystal-clear sound. Featuring a suitable volume control conveniently located near the headsets ear cups as well as plush velour covered XXL ear pads, these combine to make this one another addition to the best gear for gaming list for those with a bit of larger budgets than our previous headset pick.