Steelseries reveals new peripherals for Guild Wars 2, Dota 2, and World of Warcraft

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Steelseries announced their next line of game-themed peripherals today, including a Dota 2 mouse, a Guild Wars 2 mouse and headset, and a new wireless version of their World of Warcraft mouse. Details, prices, and pictures for all three are below.

Win an Ear Force headset from Turtle Beach [US Only]

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Plantronics reveals GameCom 780 7.1 headsets/GameCom 380 headsets

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Plantronics met with PC Gamer today to talk about their new headsets, the USB 7.1 Dolby Pro Logic II GameCom 780 (and their lower-priced stereo GameCom 380, with analog jacks rather than USB). The 780 and 380 are both set for US release on January 15th. At launch, they’ll be available at retail in Best Buy stores nationwide, or—if you prefer shopping via mouse and keyboard—you can snag ‘em online through Plantronics.com/us or Amazon.com. The 780 will set you back 80 clams, while the 380 will cost you $50. Read on for more details!

EU Giveaway: Win a bundle of Steelseries goodies

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It's that time again, the time were I offer you free stuff in exchange for making me laugh briefly at your humorous comments. Today we're giving away a bunch of lovely Steelseries and Runes of Magic goodies, including not one, but two Steelseries shift keyboards with MMO accessories to give away.

Check inside for details of how to enter.

Hard Stuff: Razer StarCraft 2 Banshee review

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The Banshee aims to showcase your skills in StarCraft II, but it misses the bull’s-eye completely. The speakers and ear cups are protected in heavy, thick plastic, but the headband is unnecessarily wide, and the sides don’t collapse inward or fold up, so it’s awkward to carry around.

Hard Stuff: Psyko Audio Labs Carbon review

Chris Comiskey at

This headset is absolutely massive. I’m talking Goliath-massive. After just two hours of using it, my neck ached as if I was wearing a military-grade Kevlar helmet.

Hard Stuff: Thermaltake eSPORTS Shock review

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Getting a headset that rivals your 2.1 external speakers’ sound is tough to do without dropping $200 (or more). And yet, the Tt eSPORTS Shock manages to do just that, and at a very reasonable $80.

Hard Stuff: Razer Chimaera review

Chris Comiskey at

On first glance, the wireless Chimaera’s gloss and flat-black coloring is absolutely gorgeous, but this beauty is tarnished by some quirky design choices.