SteelSeries took the Arctis 1, its more affordable headset, and added wireless but it didn't officially support Microsoft's console. Now, SteelSeries launched the Arctis 1 Wireless with full support for Xbox, and we took it for a spin.
Both wired and wireless gaming headsets are great, but if you're an Xbox One owner, which type of headset is best for you? Additionally, what's a headset from each category you might want to buy? Here's what we think.
With Project xCloud in player's hands, controller clips are going to become a necessary part of any Xbox gamer's kit. Venom has put together an all-in-one solution for gamers who want to go on the road.
Picking an Xbox One or Xbox Series X headset can be tricky, given the sheer amount of factors and features that can influence your decision. We've prepped this handy guide to help you navigate the market and pick the best Xbox headset for you.
You don’t like your controllers wired to your Xbox, so why be tethered by your headphones? Here are the best wireless headphones specifically designed for Xbox with top-notch sound, noise-cancelling and clear mic audio for the best darn playtime ever.
Having a headset while gaming can easily enhance the experience. You can drown out distractions as well as keep the sound contained to you and your playing without broadcasting it to your entire household. Do you want to improve your headset experience on Xbox? Look no further.
When Philips launches new PC monitors, the company usually leaves gaming panels to AOC. That's set to change with two new gaming monitors announced with console gamers in mind. One's a large 55-inch 4K panel and the second is a 27-inch 4K display for esports.