Sennheiser has been making excellent audio equipment for quite some time. Though it is relatively new in the video game headset space, they have made a number of quality sets that give even the industry veterans a run for their money. Recently, Sennheiser released a few new models in their line of gaming headsets, and we got to take a closer look at [...]Read more ›
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The Kunai gaming headset is the latest product from MadCatz under the TRITTON brand. It is priced at around £49.99 (about $80 USD), and is meant for gamers looking for a high quality, entry-level headset. It also comes with an inline controller that allows you to control the volume of game audio and voice chat. Simply put, the Kunai looks [...]Read more ›
New Gamer Nation is back with our third installment of our series highlighting the gaming capabilities of smart phones. Today, our efforts are focused on the ever popular iPhone 4S. While this phone has been out for some time, it has only been available to contract customers. With the iPhone 4S recent release for prepaid only cell phone customers, both Cricket and [...]Read more ›
Sound: 9 Turtle Beach headsets are known for their superior sound quality, and the DXL1 is no exception to this rule. Based on an extra large speaker design, the DXL1 set delivers a clear sound even on the louder sound settings. This set also comes with the DSS2 Sound Processing Unit which further clarifies the sound quality. This set does [...]Read more ›
New Gamer Nation is back with our second review of a cell phone as it relates to gaming. Today, we focus on a review of our first Windows Phone 7 device. Nokia is attempting to resurrect their status as a major player on the phone market. To climb back into the smart phone market, Nokia has decided to drop their [...]Read more ›