If you’ve bought yourself a top gaming laptop chances are you’ll still want a few accessories to give yourself a gaming edge. While these may not make your laptop too mobile, they still allow for you to find your true potential in your gaming, and not have to be restricted by the gaming laptop’s restrictions.
With that in mind here are a few things that can help you find gaming glory:
This is by far the easiest option for accessories, as with most of the games you’ll want to play on your powerful laptop will need you to have more response than your laptop can offer. Getting a good mouse like the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum will increase your potential on the battlefield and make playing even easier.
A laptop keyboard is often adapted to be smaller and is restricted by the size of your laptop. Through the purchase of a good keyboard like the Razer BlackWidow Chroma you’ll have a better chance when doing battle. Beware the colourful nature of the BlackWidow though, it can be quite annoying at times.
Just the mention of a gamepad can cause PC gamers to groan and shake their heads in disbelief. There are some games though that are designed for gamepad play. The best option for this is the Xbox One Elite controller, but this will come at a cost. If you don’t want to pay a premium price maybe look at the normal Xbox One controller, or even the Steam controller which is showing a lot of potential.
A good gaming headset can be the difference in winning and losing when it comes to a game like Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 or Overwatch. Getting a good surround sound headset like the Lenovo Y Gaming Headset can give you that edge. Even if you get on with bingo sites, communication can be key. This makes a good headset essential.
There are plenty of other options that can give you a gaming edge, these are just a suggestion. Hopefully they give you an idea of what you need as a gamer though to fully enjoy your gaming laptop.