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HyperX Pulsefire Gaming Mouse

HyperX is bringing its slick, minimalist design ethos to gaming mice.

Oculus Rift Earphones

Don't care for the built-in headphones on your Oculus Rift headset? You can replace those on-ear cans with these Earphones -- for a price.

Razer Turret

If you like to play single player content then the Turret is a more usable piece of tech, but it's just not stable enough for anything competitive.

Gamevice for iPhone

If you really must have an iPhone gamepad, the Gamevice is a pretty decent pick; however, lackluster support from Apple (and game developers) still make it hard to recommend.

LucidSound LS30

Gaming audio industry vets have combined to form Lucid Sound, a new gaming peripheral company. The brand's first multiplatform headset, the LS-30, is debuting at CES 2016.

Mad Catz Surfr

If you've always hated using a separate Bluetooth keyboard just to enter search terms into your Android TV box, Mad Catz's Surfr may be just the thing.

HTC Vive Developer Edition

Coming later in 2015, the Vive promises full-room movement and a unique controller, and will launch with the Steam VR store. We tried it out.

Realm System

Australian start-up Realm wants to bring a dash of fitness to your gaming with its energy-measuring, resistance band motion control system.

Nvidia Shield Portable

The Nvidia Shield brings console-level quality to portable Android gaming, but it needs a higher quality list of compatible games before it can truly rival the Vita or 3DS.

Nyko Wand Action Pak

The Action Pak provides a better shooting experience than the Zapper or the Perfect Shot and is recommended for any Wii gamer who is serious about the genre.

Griffin iTrip PSP

If you want to bulk up the sound of your PSP without running cables to your stereo or a set of powered speakers, Griffin's iTrip for PSP is a nice--though slightly pricey--solution.