The Weekend Drop is a weekly compilation of things we loved this week. Use it to inspire your weekend, for gift ideas, or however you see fit. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do.
The Razer Kraken X wired gaming headset has been announced for just $49.99. I’d say that’s a steal. Razer prodcuts are quality and perfect for any gamer.
I think it’s safe to say that, as someone that writes about cool gear—as well as someone that grew up playing video games of all kinds—I’ve seen my fair share of interesting gaming paraphernalia come and go. That said, the conceptual ASUS ROG Strix Pro 7.1s might just be the coolest looking set of streaming headphones I’ve come across.
Diehard gamers everywhere will tell you that their equipment is the best equipment. It’s hard not to be a bit biased when it comes to what you use to slay your enemies with, right?
If you’re a true Super Smash Bros. fan, then you are going to want to mark December 7th in your calendar, because that’s when 8BitDo’s GBros. Wireless Adapter becomes available.
Meet the Razer Core X External Graphics Enclosure, your MacBook and/or Ultrabook’s new best friend.. Through its fast Thunderbolt 3 connection, the Core X is able to deliver plug-and-play graphics using the latest PCIe graphics cards from AMD and Nvidia.
It was only a matter of time before Sega jumped into the retro console market with their own mini recreation of their most successful console. The Sega Genesis Mini aims to bring back your love of 16-bit graphics with a plug-and-play return of some of your favorite Sega games, like Sonic the Hedgehog.
Back in 2012, a couple of friends started modding game systems and formed Rose Colored Gaming. Their latest work is the SNES Reimagined, where they take the classic Nintendo system and give it a clear makeover.
Around Battlefield 1’s release, Razer sent me their Kraken Pro V2 Headset, and it couldn’t have come at a better time.