12 cool PS5 accessories you can buy (and not just the Sony ones)

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    12 cool PS5 accessories you can buy (and not just the Sony ones)

    Price: £186 | Amazon | Western Digital | Argos 

    Thrustmaster T300 RS racing wheel

    One of the best Black Friday-discounts we found, to pair up with your new PS5, was Thrustmaster’s T300 RS racing wheel, so hopefully you might have already picked one of these up. It’s a 28cm diameter racing wheel with a sturdy base and pedals, as well as great force feedback we rated as superior to the Logitech G29. This was the best wheel for PS4 racing sims and, good news, it works with the PS5 – a great buy before the release of Gran Turismo 7 next year.

    Price: £380 | Amazon

    Asus ROG Strix Fusion 700 headset

    This Asus headset, which we reviewed back in December of last year, remains one of the best gaming headsets for players looking for a third-party alternative to the Pulse 3D Wireless headset. The sound is good, with a rumbling controlled bass, and you can pair them with Bluetooth to a phone and listen to music on the go. The microphone isn’t the best fidelity, but is more than capable of delivering tactics to your teammates in Call of Duty Warzone. These headphones look the business, too, eschewing the childish flashing light displays sometimes reserved for some “hardcore” gaming items.

    Price: £240 | Amazon | Very

    Sonos Arc soundbar

    If you’ve splashed out on a PS5, it might also be time to invest in the pinnacle of wireless, multi-room audio. We reviewed the Sonos Arc back in June, and found it had impeccable finish, extensive spec and control options, and a spacious and impressively punchy sound. It’s not the out-and-out best Dolby Atmos soundbar around, but it’s certainly the best at this price.

    Price: £895 | Amazon | Sonos | Selfridges

    Sony BRAVIA XH9005 TV

    In the market for a TV? Then you need Bravia’s XH90 that comes “Ready for PlayStation 5″. It’s got all the features you need for a fantastic gaming experience, with a stunning 4K picture at 120fps, and a very low input lag of 7.2ms for all you esports champions. BRAVIA’s Game Mode setting also lets you wake up both the TV and PS5 with the DualSense and seamlessly control the PS5 using just the TV remote. If it’s not for you, there are plenty of other options in our guide to the best TVs.

    Price: £899 | John Lewis | Currys 

    Secretlab Titan gaming chair

    If you’re working at home, it helps to have a chair that can fulfill a multitude of functions, from sturdy and supportive office chair to something more relaxed for chilling out on. Secretlab fulfills this need, with its highly adjustable Titan chair. It provides great support for long sessions of working or gaming, boasting a lumbar support adjuster found in high end racing cars. Or, if you need to slob out, you can extend the full-length backrest recline, relax onto its memory foam pillow, and watch Netflix on your PS5.

    Published at Tue, 19 Oct 2021 17:31:00 +0000

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