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Introducing the New CORSAIR HS70 WIRELESS Series Gaming Headsets

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the latest addition to its growing line of gaming headsets, the CORSAIR HS70 WIRELESS Series. Joining CORSAIR's award-winning range of HS headsets launched last year with HS50 and HS60, HS70 WIRELESS headsets are available in subtly styled Carbon, White or SE trim and are compatible with both PC and Sony PlayStation 4, for great gaming audio whether you play on a desktop, laptop or a couch.

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Gioteck Launches Autumn 2013 Gaming Products

Gioteck have launched their latest range of the autumn 2013 products. Experiencing a phenomenal success in the year 2012 in which the company maximized their sales by more than 35 % when there was a global decline in the market is now all geared up to launch their gaming accessories. These include, new range of headsets, controllers, wireless adapters, portable speakers and batteries, gaming chairs and joysticks for the gamers around the globe.

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G.SKILL Shows off new Gaming Headsets

Just before Computex G.SKILL decided to tease us with <a href="">a little glimpse</a> of what their new headset line would look like. Well it turns out they were actually launching not one, but two gaming headsets. These headsets include the Ripjaws R71 and Ripjaws D71 and we have to say they do look pretty awesome!

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G.Skill Will Debut Gaming Headsets at Computex

We know G.Skill for making some really great system memory and solid state drives. They are also very active in the overclocking community holding events and breaking records with their performance memory products. Up until now that was their main focus, but we have just got word that they will be announcing a new gaming line at Computex that will start with gaming headsets.

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