Gaming Gift Guide: The best gaming accessories and peripherals of 2020

The best gear for any gamer released this year.

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The year 2020 has been a roller coaster for everyone in just about every industry, including gaming. Luckily, there have still but some great releases this year in terms of both games and gaming accessories. With the holidays coming up, it may be time to upgrade your setup or buy your favorite gamer a nice gift. Here is our list of the best gaming accessories of 2020.

Corsair Ironclaw

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The Ironclaw is a great all-around gaming mouse with both wired and wireless versions. The mouse is well balanced and has a very high DPI with programmable sensitivity profiles. It’s extremely precise and has long-lasting buttons. The sensitivity profiles can be changed on the fly to match any playstyle you want. The mouse also has a comfortable grip that makes long periods of play a breeze.

J+S Vision Blue Light Shield Gaming Glasses

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Blue light filter settings are becoming more common on smart devices, but some gaming PCs haven’t caught up yet. These glasses filter out blue light without altering your vision. This allows you to play for longer periods while keeping your eyes protected and reducing strain.

AmazonBasics BIFMA Certified Office Gaming Chair

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Every gamer needs a good chair for those long sessions. This chair is good for both gaming and staying comfortable in the office without breaking the bank. It features a cushioned headrest and lower-back support, plus it has height-adjustable armrests that tend to sit a bit higher than normal for comfortable play. The chair reclines and has adjustable seat height and smooth 360-degree rollers for all direction movement along the floor.

Razer Nari Ultimate

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The Razer Nari is very similar to its Man O’ War predecessor but has a number of improvements. The headset features a comfortable, high-quality design with immersive, 360-degree sound. It has larger ear cups than most others on the market, and they’re filled with cooling gel and sit very comfortably on the ears to allow for long periods of gameplay without getting sore. There is also has a flexible, retractable mic that slides easily into the headset. Several buttons and knobs help to control the individual volume for both games and chat.

Redragon K585 DITI One-Handed Gaming Keyboard

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The Redragon K585 is a unique space-saving device for gamers who don’t have a lot of desk space but still want a good gaming keyboard. The small keyboard features all of the buttons on the left side of your standard QWERTY keyboard, plus a space button and programmable macro keys. It uses dustproof and anti-ghosting blue mechanical switches for the keys. It looks and feels like your typical gaming keyboard without taking up all of the space of one. You can also map each of the keys to match your preferences.

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