Holiday 2019 Gear Guide – The Best Accessories & Gear For PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Switch

We’ve got even more gaming gear to share, including a worthy audio solution for Switch gamers and a desk that doubles as a mouse pad.

BT Audio Sync 

“…what matters most is how well the thing works, and it works great. There is only one button and holding it down for a few seconds puts the device into pairing mode. From there, you just do the same on whatever headphones you want to use and bam! Just like that, it’s good to go. Both the headphones I tested with the Audio Sync paired without any problems, including my Apple AirPods

Perfect for: Switch gamers

Budget: Under $50

GAEMS Guardian Pro XP

Guardian XP

just like other GAEMS units it comes equipped with a monitor. Not just any monitor. The Guardian has a built-in 24 inch, 60Hz monitor and it looks incredible. It kicks the crap out of any of the monitors I use at work and at home. This impressive beast not only has a pretty rad monitor but also comes with a full-fledged PC

Perfect for: Traveling gamers, Streamers

Budget: Over $700

Purchase HERE



Overall the ROCCAT Kova AIMO Mouse is a rock-solid gaming mouse and at the MSRP of $49.99 this is a mouse that should last you a good few years of heavy gaming. There remain better mice on the market but for your money, it doesn’t get any better than the Kova.

Perfect for: PC Gamers

Budget: Under $50

Purchase HERE

Live Gamer Mini

live gamer mini

Live Gamer Mini is a 1080p, 60fps device. Having 4k recording or at least passthrough would’ve been a pleasant surprise – rewiring every time I wanted a 4k signal was a bit of a hassle. Thankfully, the passthrough seems speedy and I didn’t notice any lag even in timing heavy games.

Perfect for: Streamers

Budget: Over $100

Purchase HERE

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