Gaming Accessories comprises of many parts and computer peripheral that improve the user’s gaming experience across the board.

If you’re going to play online multiplayer games with friends, you’ll need a good headset. SteelSeries’ Artics 7 are an over-ear headset with support for DTS, a Dolby-designed audio codec that mixes stereo audio to simulate surround sound.

Ergonomic Chair
Long gaming sessions lead to serious back pain if you don’t have the right chair.

This one from AmazonBasics was specifically designed for gamers, and has ergonomic features like a high-back design to cradle your entire body, height-adjustable arm rests, a headset pillow, and a lumbar pillow.

The chair can be tilted back from 90 to 120 degrees, so you can stretch out, or find a comfortable position. Its roller wheels also allow you to easily adjust your positioning with your desk to find the sweet spot.

Finally, the chair itself is available with different colored accents, so you can find one that fits in with your look.

Stereo Speaker
If you prefer speakers to headsets, Logitech’s G560 is the right choice for playing games.

It’s a 2.1 audio system, which means it has two stereo speakers and a subwoofer for additional bass. Like the SteelSeries Artics 7, the G560 supports DTS:X Ultra, which simulates surround sound to help you feel more immersed in your game.

The speakers can be connected to your computer with a cable, but they also support Bluetooth, so you can wirelessly stream music to them through a phone or tablet if you prefer. Volume controls are available on the right speaker for easy access if you need to make changes in the middle of your game.

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