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Holiday Gift Guide For Best PC Gaming Accessories

Gift ideas for the PC gaming enthusiast in your life.

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Hate to break it to you, but the holidays are almost here. So the sooner you get started buying gifts for everyone on your list, the better. The only problem is that you might not know what to get. If someone on your list plays games on PC, we have you covered. We've already published lists on the best PC games and hardware. Now we've gone around and created a list of all the hottest PC accessories of 2018. Get one of these items, and that's one less person you need to decide what to buy.

And if you need more gift ideas for PC and console gamers, or for techies, Anime fans, Star Wars fans, and Marvel fans, we have a whole lot of other great ideas in our Holiday Gift Guide hub.

Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Headset for PC

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A headset is all but required these days, when nearly every game is either always online or has an online component. And if quality is what you're after, you can't go wrong with the newest flagship headset from Turtle Beach.

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Razer Blade 15 Laptop

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Razer makes some of the best gaming laptops in the business. And with this year's Razer Blade update, this powerful, well-built piece of machinery has gotten even better. You can pick between two options at the link below.

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SP80 Gaming Mouse

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With ultra-precise mouse sensors designed for e-sports, a feather-light frame, and metal feet for durability, this mouse offers everything you need to succeed in any game you play.

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Razer Goliathus Chroma Extended Mouse Pad

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Many pro-level gamers have adopted a playing style that involves big, sweeping mouse movements to get precision aim. An extra-wide mouse pad like this one gives you all the space you need to go for the perfect headshot.

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Xbox One Elite Wireless Controller

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Sure, you can use any old controller to play games on PC. But if you get your hands on an Xbox One Elite controller, you won't want to use anything else. It has swappable parts, programmable buttons, and paddles on the back for easy access to the inputs you use most.

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Humble Monthly Subscription

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For years now, Humble Monthly has been one of the best deals in all of gaming. For just $12 per month (cheaper if you buy an annual subscription), you get a monthly bundle of mystery games worth roughly $200.

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Steam Gift Card

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It can be hard to know which game to get the PC player in your life, but with a Steam gift card, you don't have to. This digital currency is good on any title in Steam's massive library.

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Diablo Pub Glasses

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The Diablo series may be spreading to nearly every gaming platform under the sun, but it was on PC first. Say cheers with these Diablo-themed pub glasses.

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Vault-Tec T-shirt

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Whether you've been with the Fallout franchise since the beginning or you're hopping on with Fallout 76, a Vault-Tec t-shirt will announce your fandom to those in the know.

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Corsair K55 Gaming Keyboard

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This durable gaming keyboard from Corsair has quiet keys, six macro buttons you can program yourself, and three-zone dynamic backlighting for extra visual flair.

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