The Corsair HS80 Max has almost everything you could want in a gaming headset for an enjoyable gaming session — clear high-resolution audio, a comfortable and stylish design, and good cross-platform compatibility.
The Audeze Maxwell Wireless gaming headset features truly audiophile-grade sound quality thanks to its 90mm planar magnetic drivers. Its sound is also tuned perfectly to pick up subtle audio cues in competitive games. What's more, this headset is extremely robust and comfortable and has a battery life that's in some cases three times longer than some premium rivals.
Roccat's Syn Max Air, with its cuboid earcups and programmable RGB, looks so futuristic it could easily pass as a prop from the set of a Blade Runner remake. Yet this 3D audio capable gaming headset also provides gamers excellent cross compatibility and dual wireless connectivity.
Although cheaper than SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro, the Arctis Nova 7X is a top-notch option for PC gamers thanks to its excellent cross-platform compatibility, dual 2.4GHz wireless and simultaneous Bluetooth functionality.
The Asus ROG Phone 7 Ultimate gaming phone offers superior gaming chops compared to the iPhones and Galaxys of the world, loaded with advanced features that help separate it from the pack. But there's also one major reason why I just can't use it as my main phone.