7 ultra-advanced gadgets for PC gamers

Astro A40

If you’re a hardcore PC gamer looking for some advanced peripherals to complement your rig, or you want the latest technology at your fingertips, these amazing gadgets will stop you in your tracks.

Wooting 1

Price: €160

The Wooting 1 is a mechanical keyboard which features analog input, giving using users precise control in video games.

The keyboard can measure exactly how far down users press a key and translate that data into anologue input, finally giving PC gamers varied movement control.

Swiftpoint Z

Price: $229

The Swiftpoint Z is a gaming mouse which was funded on the Kickstarter platform.

Described by its creators as the most advanced gaming mouse ever built, the Z offers a dizzying array of control options.

Astro A40 Headset

Price: R3,999

The Astro A40 headset is one of the best gaming headsets in the world, which is reflected in its price.

Featuring high-quality audio and an exceptional microphone, the Astro A40 is the perfect headset for the high-end PC gamer.

Astro A40

Razer Firefly

Price: R899

The Razer Firefly is a rugged mouse mat with a microfibre surface that allows for both speed and control.

What makes this mouse mat special is its ability to display a variety of colours and add cosmetic value to your gaming rig.

Cyborg S.T.R.I.K.E. 7

Price: R4,499

The Cyborg S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 keyboard is an advanced gaming keyboard that is fully modular, allowing gamers to customise the physical setup of the control system to suit their needs.

It also features an LCD touchscreen display and macro keys.

Cyborg Strike 7

HTC Vive

Price: $799

The HTC Vive is the most advanced virtual reality headset on the market.

It is currently not yet available in South Africa, but dedicated gamers are still able to import the device.

HTC Vive

SteelSeries Sentry

Price: R4,999

The Sentry is an eye-tracking device you can attach to your monitor in order to integrate eye-tracking features into supported games.

This technology is relatviely new and is currently only supported by a few titles.

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  • ShadowR

    R1145 mouse pad, GG WP

  • Zolaan

    Own the Astro A40 Headset, Firefly and S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 all old tech.

  • Zolaan

    Evetech R 899.00

    Loot pays for web traffic i guess

  • prodigyX360

    Yeah I saw that too. I’m actually keen, will look nice next to my Razer Chroma Blackwidow 😀

  • Zolaan

    Looks awesome bud, plays nice too. My Death Adder Chroma loves it 😉

  • Jamie McKane

    Thanks Zolaan, I’ve added Evetech’s pricing for the FireFly to the article 🙂

  • Zolaan

    Awesome! Prices these days are ludicrous.

  • ice_blade_za

    Some one in comments on a previous article said it cost them a R20000 to get the HTC Vive bought and shipped (with taxes) into South Africa. They also said it was worth every cent. Me …. I’ll wait for second or third generation when the prices are at the average joe’s level.

  • LeakysandwichZA

    Yup, was ±20k with the $ at around R14,50 – all inclusive.
    One thing to take into consideration is warranty – HTC does not cover SA for Vive warranty repairs and/or additional accessories, so if you have to have something fixed, you have to pay to get it there and back again (even if they then fix/replace it under warranty). It is not cheap – I can attest to that. But like other people said, it is worth it – you cannot properly explain it to anyone until they experience it 🙂

  • Wurnman

    a friend of mine bought the Oculus Rift DK2 set for around R7000 imported… It’s a nice piece of kit even if it’s just to help develop Oculus software/hardware.

  • Johan Lewis Last

    Title should be 7 ultra expensive gadgets for PC gamers…lol. Now send me my Vive pls

  • Black_Hat

    Cyborg I love you.

  • Faux Grey

    But.. but.. RGB lighting.

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