Rosewill RHTS-8206 5.1 channel vibration headset
Call it gimmicky, but the notion of a vibrating headset works, especially when it’s equipped with eight precision speakers and virtual 7.1 digital surround sound. Well, that and the cost-efficient price tag of $50. But cost aside, Rosewill’s soundcans boast 50mm Neodymium magnetic drivers that produce strong bass levels and “undistorted high,” plus solid vibration feedback that adds an audio kick to any FPS.
Corsair Vengeance K70 Gaming Keyboard
A number of PC accessories makers hit PAX East 2013 hard this year, but Corsair stole the spotlight with its high-tech clavier. The Vengeance K70 features backlighting for its keys that can be adjusted to “four levels of intensity,” as well as individually—allowing PCers to customize and save key settings, while focusing solely on necessary keys when gaming. Not to mention each key on the device can be enabled/disabled at will, too. It also sports dedicated multimedia controls (stop, pause, skip, adjust) and a USB connector for any compatible devices such has mice and headsets.