Holiday Gift Guide 2017 – Gaming Electronics and Peripherals
In this edition of our Holiday Gift Guide series, we will be looking at our must-buy picks of 2017 within the realm of gaming-related electronics and peripherals.
1.) Razer Wolverine Ultimate Xbox One Controller
The Razer Wolverine Ultimate is not only a kick-ass Xbox One controller but also an amazing controller for your gaming PC. It features terrific performance, great aesthetics, and perfect feel. Of course, it also has a convenient braided, breakaway cord and some extra buttons put in place to make your gaming life better.
Platforms: Xbox One, PC
2.) AGON AG352UCG 35 Inch Curved Display
AGON’s 35 inch curved display is a truly beautiful monitor for your gaming needs. It features up to a 100Hz refresh rate, G-SYNC capability, and 1440P resolution. Furthermore, it features a cool lighting element on its front bezel which aids in office or gaming space ambiance. This is one awesome curved display that you will not regret shelling out your hard-earned cash for. It currently retails for about $900 dollars on Amazon.com
3.) HTC Vive
This VR headset has never been more affordable. It also features terrific immersion and quality – not to mention room scale performance. It also integrates with Steam and will be the exclusive headset for use by Fallout 4 VR when it launches in December! Note that the $600 Vive bundle comes with a pre-order for Fallout 4 VR inside the package.
Get that above-mentioned HTC Vive but don’t like having to deal with a cable constantly wrapping around your feet? Pick up the TPCast VR wireless transmitter system. The TPCast VR gets rid of the cable and replaces it with wireless freedom. It takes a little bit of setting up, but the process is fairly painless and the rewards for doing so are great. The TPCast VR is now available in the U.S. and EU markets. They are coming out with an Oculus Rift version soon.
Have a 4K television and want to play your games? Pick up an Xbox One X. It’s more powerful than any of the other Xbox One consoles, with 12 GB of GDDR5 memory, a 6 teraflop GPU, and a higher throughput memory bandwidth. The Xbox One X is available now in all its 4K high dynamic range glory.
Platform: Xbox One