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Turtle Beach Announces New Recon Chat Gaming Headsets

If you’re a gamer looking to replace the chat headset that came with your Xbox One or PlayStation®4, then it’s time to get more for your money with the all-new RECON CHAT from Turtle Beach Corporation (NASDAQ: HEAR). The RECON CHAT headsets for Xbox One and PS4™ are the latest entries in Turtle Beach’s family of award-winning gaming audio products and deliver a host of innovative features and functionality that raise the bar for what gamers should expect from a chat headset.

CaptoGlove Heads to Pre-Sale & Ships in May For Early Adopters

After captivating attendees at CES & GDC with its incredibly versatile wireless wearable controller, CaptoGlove today announced the presale of the product through Kickstarter.
Arctis 3

SteelSeries Announces Arctis 3 Compatibility for Nintendo Switch

SteelSeries has announced compatibility between the Arctis 3 gaming headset and the highly-anticipated gaming console, the Nintendo Switch.

Nyko Debuts New Line of PSVR, Vive, and Game Console Accessories at CES 2017

Inventive video game accessories manufacturer Nyko Technologies today unveiled a new line of game console and VR accessories at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.

Bionik Announces New Gaming Accessories For PS4/XBO/VR

Bionik, a new designer of innovative and high quality gaming accessories, announced their upcoming product line set for release in January 2017.

SteelSeries Kicks Off the Holiday Season with Massive Black Friday Promotions

SteelSeries, leader, and innovator in gaming peripherals, kicks off the holiday season with massive Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotions.

Fnatic Gear Announces New Peripherals

Today, Fnatic Gear, the global leader in the world of eSports and gaming, announces two professional peripherals for the gaming lifestyle community.

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