When OPSeat reached out to me to review this, I hadn’t ever considered these chairs before. Sure, I’ve seen them on streams and recorded videos, but I never thought much of it. I of course thought my office chair was more than sufficient for what I was doing in them. Without being hyperbolic, there is no way I’m going back standard office chairs for PC gaming again. The Master Series PC Gaming Chair sets a great first impression that never waivers, and most importantly has improved my posture and back pain. OPSeat is a company to put your attention towards, as they are watching your six with great comfort.
AVerMedia has been working with sound and vision for a long time now. This is their first foray into soundbar offerings, and I’m rather impressed with what’s here. The AVerMedia SonicBlast Gaming Soundbar (G331) is a great entry-level soundbar on its own, that’s perfect for home theater or desktop gaming that’s solid for small and large scale usage. You’d be hard-pressed to find something so impressive and scalable.
Lenovo’s Y27g Razer Edition Curved Gaming Monitor is a more expensive version of it’s Y27g Curved Gaming Monitor, and the only difference between that and this is the price and the Razer Chroma lighting. Take that for what that means to you, but Lenovo’s offering here with or without the extras is rather impressive if not for it being slightly overpriced for not being as pixel dense as it should be.
VAVA Mechanical Gaming Keyboard comes out of seemingly nowhere to provide a surprising and welcome entry in the mechanical keyboard market. It’s price is mid-range for its modest offering that gives you everything you want, and nothing of what you don’t. VAVA may not have been a company you’ve heard of before, but might be one you want to pay attention to, if the Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is any indicator to their solid offerings.