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Both the wired and wireless versions of HyperX's affordable gaming headset now deliver surround sound audio.
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HP’s 27-inch Omen gaming monitor can be had for $488 rather than the usual $1399.
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Picking up where the troubled WF-SP900 left off, Sony's new WF-SP800N promise a prime pairing of water resistance and noise cancellation.
Sonos are retiring the older Playbar and Playbase soundbars in favor of the new Sonos Arc.
Amidst a wider trend towards remote work and video conferencing tools like Zoom, HTC have moved Vive Sync into open beta.
Sonos are making it a little easier to listen to the radio through your connected speakers and launching their own in-app music streaming offering.
RealMe is moving beyond their previous pure focus on budget smartphones to offer their own affordable takes on Apple's iconic earbuds and fitness tracker.
Razer's Synapse 3 software toolkit now includes a dedicated Amazon Alexa module, letting you fold your RGB lighting setup into your wider smart home experience.
Capitalising on content creators and the wave of people now working from home, Logitech is adding to their webcam roster with the new Logitech StreamCam.
Apple is pressing ahead with its 2020 product launches, with new iPhones, a smaller and cheaper HomePod, Bluetooth Apple Tags, and new Macs all reportedly on the way.
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