The SteelSeries Arctis 7P Plus works with almost everything... except Xbox consoles.
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SteelSeries is offering up to 40 percent off some of its gaming headsets, mice, and mouse pads through Monday, May 23rd. There are some great deals to be had, including some that are new all-time lows.

The Arctis 7P Plus is our pick for the best wireless gaming headset for the PS1, but it also works with Windows PCs, the Nintendo Switch, and other devices. It's on the premium side and usually retails for more than Sony's own headset, but it also has great battery life, an easy-to-use audio dial, and ear cups. It's compatible with the PS4's 3D audio.

The black model of the Arctis 7P Plus is now available at a new low price of $139. When you add the headset to your cart, you get free shipping and a carrying bag. Read our guide to buying a headset.

The Arctis 7P Plus has the same design and comfort of previous SteelSeries headsets, but this newer model boasts improved battery life andusb-c charging, making it easy to use the same charging cable that your dualsense uses.

  • $136 at SteelSeries
  • $165 at Amazon
SteelSeries’ Aerox 3 Wireless packs more than just a few incremental upgrades.
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The Aerox 3 Wireless is discounted during the SteelSeries spring sale. The honeycomb design of the gaming mouse is filled with colorful lighting. When you add it to your cart, you'll get the model for just $64.99 in black or white, along with a free mousepad.

You can use the included 2.4 GHz wireless USB dongle to switch between two machines on the fly, and it's a strength that it can be used either viaBluetooth or with its included wireless mouse. It is advertised to have up to 200 hours of battery life, but it only lasts a couple of days with the lighting on. Thankfully, it charges via the internet.

SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless

The SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless is a wireless gaming mouse. It's just 68 grams and has a charging port. The design is similar to the Rival 3.


The best wired or wireless gaming mouse you can buy

If you missed it, Roll for Romance and have joined forces to raise money for reproductive rights by offering a massive bundle of games. There are over 200 creators that have donated their digital games and assets, and you can get over 250 of them with a donation of $5 or more. The most recent one in support of Ukraine is very similar to previous ones that has run. This one runs until June 13th, and if it is like those before, more games will be added to the mix as it continues to raise money beyond its initial goal.

Roll for Romance is raising money to support reproductive rights by offering a robust collection of DRM-free games and resources.

The Kiyo Pro is currently on sale at both Amazon and Best Buy for $99.99. The accessory retailed for $199.99 when it first came out, but now it's $100 cheaper. It has some decent specifications, including the ability to capture up to 60 frames per second and a wide 103-degree field of view, as long as you don't mind using Razer.

The Kiyo Pro is a bit of a mixed bag, but it does a nice job with tricky lighting and manages to produce smooth, detailed video. It's a bit pricey for what it offers and missing 4K resolution, but the current discount makes it a better value. Read the review.


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The Kiyo Pro supports up to 60 frames per second of resolution. The field of view can be adjusted down to 80 degrees. There is a mic in the Kiyo Pro.

  • $100 at Amazon
  • $100 at Best Buy

During its developers conference on Wednesday, the company briefly showed off the upcoming Pixel 7 and the budget-friendly Pixel 6A. The 6A lacks a jack for headphones and uses the same camera system as its pricier brethren.

If you're looking for the very best from the company, and you want the best camera performance, Amazon is selling an unlocked 128 gigabyte Pixel 6 Pro for $856.57. You can use the unlocked phone on any carrier, as well as the triple-camera system, which includes a 50MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide, and a 48MP 4x magnification lens. It has a larger display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. There is a lot to like in the top-tier Pixel, and they are features that stand above the upcoming budget model. Read our review.

The larger sibling of the newest pair of phones, the Pixel 6 Pro, has a 6.7-inch screen, 12 gigabytes of RAM, and a third camera with a 4x magnification.

  • $857 at Amazon
  • $899 at Google

Some additional gaming deals to sweeten your Saturday

  • In addition to not coming to last-gen consoles, Warner Bros. Games’ Gotham Knights will be a $69.99 title when it launches on October 25th. Best Buy, however, is offering a $10 e-gift card with each preorder, including those for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox versions as well as the Collector’s Edition.
  • The critically-acclaimed Nintendo Switch title Metroid Dread is available as a digital download from Amazon for $49.99 ($10 off). The 2D-style side-scroller is one of the best games for the Switch, and does not go on sale frequently, especially in digital form. Read our review.
  • Triangle Strategy, a more recent Switch title, is currently available for $49.94 ($10 off) at Amazon and GameStop. This tactical RPG from Square-Enix features lovely pixel-style graphics and a lengthy main story. And yes, the devs know its name is weird.
  • Strangers of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin quickly became a meme online about “killing chaos,” and it’s become a bit infamous for some campy dialog in a “so bad, it’s good” kind of way. If you’re interested in this Souls-like RPG from Square-Enix set in the Final Fantasy world, the PS5 version is currently on sale for $49.94 ($about $10 off) at Walmart. Read our developer interview.
  • Hori’s Split Pad Pro for the Nintendo Switch is just $42.50 ($7.49 off) at Amazon in the black, translucent colorway. These ergonomic grips replace your Joy-Cons, providing more comfort while using the Switch in handheld mode. Read our review.

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