Not everyone loves cars that have been modified to sport LED lights and massive spoilers. The same goes for gaming gear, which can have aggressive styling applied — reds and blacks with sharp angles — or even LED lighting. Today, you can pick up a headset with LED lights on the cups. It's all about style and standing out from the crowd. But it's not quite to everyone's taste.
Windows Central Managing Editor Al Sacco took to our community to ask what everyone prefers.
I previously wrote a piece on gaming gear design going a little too far, which went into detail about how accessories and peripherals have seen some serious changes over the years. So, are you in the camp of subtly, or aggressive lighting and style? Hit the link below and let us know.
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