The HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB gaming mouse has great looks, accurate sensors and lights you can customize to suite your own personal style.
Affordable, wireless, and ANC (Active Noise Cancellation) with 22-28 hours of playback. I love the on-ear controls – leave your phone in your pocket!
Great quality ANC headphones are expensive (costing around $349). But Mu6 offers high performance ANC plus charging stand and some really unique features for $249 (BUT if there are any left on their Indigogo, you can snag one for $149!)
The Plantronics Backbeat FIT 350 is wireless and made for sports, but they still look good even when you’re not in tight shorts and sports bra or tank.
Western Digital’s redesign of the My Passport Ultra hard drive comes in a futuristic aluminum case in blue and silver. Capacity varies from 1 TB to 4 TB.
Monoprice presents two Active Noise Cancelling Headphones and a Bluetooth speaker that have huge sound and are both affordable and stylish.
Viewsonic gaming monitors range from RPG/Racing centric to E-sports tournament level. For photo/video editors, color accurate models with Delta-E < 2.
Kingston’s lineup of memory cards and card readers aim to satisfy even the most demanding 4K video shooters with 3 categories: Select, Go! & React.
Lenovo now offers a premium 15″ Yoga Chromebook and a Thinkpad powerhouse in the X1 Extreme that has an option for a Core i9 processor and discrete GPU.
Viewsonic’s super portable M1 projector is compact but has huge sound by Harman Kardon. For gamers, the PX 706HD has low input latency and short throw.