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Not everyone has a hundred or more dollars lying around that they can spend on a gaming headset. Some people try to use cheap headsets or even earbuds and microphones that were packed in with their most recent cell phone purchase. Steel Series is attempting to change that by releasing a very affordable, 59.99 headset. For the price, there may not be a better budget headset on the market than the Steel Series ...
Steel Series makes a wide range of products for the video game community, and while a big focus of their work is through the PC side of things, they also make some fantastic headsets for consoles. We were privileged enough to receive the Siberia X300 Xbox One headset from Steel Series and we loved it.
Performance Design Products is an industry leader in the video game accessories department, and if their E3 was any indication, they are not slowing down. There products line the shelves of retailers around the country, and cover everything from Wii U to Xbox One and 360 to PS3 and PS4.
If you are interested in picking up a headset and are looking for something that isn't considered a 'budget' set, the Nur's are a great choice. However, gamers should consider what they want most in a headset - chat versus game audio - to make a decision wisely. Either way, snagging any Afterglow product is a no brainer.
We've been reviewing a fair bit of PDP products lately and for good reason. Some we have received free for review, others we have purchased. At the end of the day, PDP is making high quality products at bargain prices, making them one of the best third party accessory producers in the last few years. We have had the privilege or reviewing the Fight Pads for Wii U and Super Smash Bros, the Afterglow Universal ...
When we were reviewing Super Smash Bros for Wii U, PDP Gaming sent us two of their Fight Pads to use while we reviewed the game. In the Fight Pad review, I stated how much I hated third party accessories; those Fight Pads - while they had their few minor issues - were outstanding to use. I recieved an email from Groupon letting me know that PDP's Afterglow Universal Wireless Headsets were on sale for 39.99, and ...