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u/silkymaverick · 4 pointsr/GirlGamers

Just wanted to chime in and recommend the brand Eluktronics. You can choose from multiple different laptop enclosure styles and hardware specifications. The reviews have been nothing short of stellar and the craftsmanship is fantastic. They also don't cut corners on the quality of components like other popular manufacturers do. In all honestly, their machines provide better quality components at a lower price tag than companies like MSI, Razer, and Alienware. In addition to this info, I'd actually recommend picking up a laptop with a graphics card better than a 1060. The 1060 is great for 1080p gaming today but when purchasing a non-upgradable gaming laptop, future proofing becomes paramount. Additionally, I noticed that some of the laptops you posted boast a screen refresh rate of 144hz but in reality, you won't really benefit from that while gaming as the 1060 will rarely be able to push out 144FPS, especially in modern games (unless of course you're playing on incredibly low graphics settings) - I guess this more so depends on what kind of games you plan on playing.

All in all, if you want a gaming laptop with tons of customization options that will run everything you throw at it at max graphics, this seems like it would be down your alley both functionally, and stylistically: https://www.eluktronics.com/mech15g2

The specifications I would recommend would be:

  • Processor: i7-8750H Hexa Core
  • Display: Full HD 144Hz IPS Anti-Glare (1920x1080) - they're actually including it as a free upgrade currently
  • Graphics Card: RTX 2070 Max-Q
  • RAM: 16GB DDR4 2666Mhz (16GB x1) - this will be a single 16GB stick so you'll still have an open slot if you want to upgrade to 32GB of RAM at some point.
  • Storage: 500GB NVMe SSD (I will go into more detail on additional options in a foot note)*
  • If you're concerned about battery life, you could opt for the larger battery but this would take up the 2.5" drive bay which would fit a standard sized SSD or HDD.
  • Mechanical Keyboard Switch Type: I'd highly recommend the MX Browns as they're perfect for typing and gaming and not too loud. And yes, this laptop has a FULL RGB lit MECHANICAL keyboard which is honestly incredible.
  • Thermal Cooling Solution: I'd opt for the premium thermal paste as thermals in a laptop are important. Go with the Arctic Silver 5 for a slight upcharge.
  • Extended Battery (optional)

    *Note that if you don't feel the need to max your games out, the GTX 2060 is cheaper and still a solid option but the 2070 Max-Q is within your budget if you're considering those other laptops.

    Alright so you have a lot of options for storage. There's actually three bays for storage: two NVMe SSD slots and one 2.5" bay. Currently, they're offering a free 128GB NVMe SSD which is pretty cool so I'll take that into account as an option. You could either a) just take the free 128GB NVMe SDD and install your OS on there and purchase a separate 1 or 2TB HDD (space for games) to install in the 2.5" bay but then you wouldn't be able upgrade to the extended battery. b) Opt for the free 128GB NVMe SSD and then purchase a 500GB - 1TB NVMe SSD and install both yourself so you'd have 628GB of SSD storage (what I would do while waiting to buy a larger capacity NVMe) c) Opt for the 500GB NVMe SSD on the website - you would still have the second NVMe slot to upgrade in the future if you decide to purchase the extended battery. Option B is definitely the best value, and at the least, I'd choose option C as SSD drives are ridiculously faster than HDD and your entire PC will perform better (ie. program start up and game loading times). You could also get the 500GB NVMe drive and install a 1TB HDD in the 2.5" bay given you opt out of the extended battery upgrade and that would be more than enough space.

    Going to note that I did not select an option for Windows 10 which would cost $90-$140 additional dollars. I have access to Microsoft's Developer Network (MSDN) so I have unlimited Windows 10 keys and I'd be happy to send you one for free. You would just need to install it on the computer from a USB drive which is a painless process.

    Also, they also have a Call of Duty Black Ops 4 promo going so you get the game for free if you buy the laptop so that's pretty awesome.

    All said and done, if you go with the recommended options I listed, your price is going to come out to $1,739.95 with the GTX 2070 Max-Q or $1539.95 for the GTX 2060 or $1439.95 if you opt for the GTX 1060. I would recommend the 2060 at the LEAST as it is on par with the 1070 Max-Q which blows a 1060 Max-Q out of the water though definitely go for the 2070 if you can spare the $200 increase in price.

    The Razer Blade with the same exact specification costs ~$800 more at $2599.99 and it doesn't even have a fully mechanical keyboard nor does it come with a free game. It also doesn't have as many options for storage. Eluktronics is incredibly reputable - check out reviews on amazon or new egg if you're hesitant about the company, they have 5 star ratings on just about all of their products and reviews of their customer support are overwhelmingly positive too.

    So basically, you'd be getting better specs than MSI's $2599.00 or Razer's model laptop for the price of $1739.95. Really a no brainer.

    https://www.amazon.com/MSI-GS65-Stealth-THIN-051-i7-8750H/dp/B07MKNL71F?SubscriptionId=AKIAILSHYYTFIVPWUY6Q&tag=duckduckgo-ffcm-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B07BB7XN8C&th=1

    or

    https://www.amazon.com/Razer-Blade-15-RTX-Smallest/dp/B07MD1FMN1/ref=sr_1_3?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1550029034&sr=1-3&keywords=razer%2Bblade&th=1

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    If you have any additional questions, feel free to ask.
u/androgynyjoe · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

Alright, so, if I were going to buy a laptop I'd go with this dell: https://www.amazon.com/Dell-Gaming-Laptop-G5587-5859BLK-PUS-Anti-Glare/dp/B07CD3MRZD

It's listed for $800 on Amazon but it might be the best you're going to do in a laptop. It's hard to find a laptop much lower than that. This one, though, at least has a lot of storage. There's a 128GB boot drive and then a 1TB drive for storage (though you can install games on it if you want). When I was looking for my gaming laptop I found the folks at r/gaminglaptops to be pretty helpful. Here is some of their recommendations at various prices: https://www.reddit.com/r/GamingLaptops/comments/ca2fzv/best_gaming_laptops_of_2019/

If you want to dip down around $600 a popular choice is the Acer Aspire e15: https://www.amazon.com/Acer-Aspire-i5-8250U-GeForce-E5-576G-5762/dp/B075FLBJV7?th=1

I'm going to warn you that this isn't a powerful laptop. There are games out today that it won't run. However, for $600 I've been told that it is a solid laptop.

As for pre-built desktops it's tough to find the best deals online. One I did find was the Acer Nitro 50 for $480: https://www.microcenter.com/product/609860/nitro-50-gaming-desktop-pc

Again, not the best computer in the world, but it is solid for the price.

I would recommend finding whatever electronics stores are near you (Best Buy, etc) and look for deals. Open box deals are great, there are regular sales, and if you go regularly for a few weeks you'll likely find a solid deal.

There's one thing you're looking for: a dedicated graphics card. Every computer has "onboard" graphics that are built right into the motherboard. This is fine if you're just using a browser and word processing but not fine for games. A gaming PC needs to have a special graphics card that is added onto the motherboard. When you're looking at a computer's specs it will have a listing for "graphics." If it says something like "integrated" or "on-board" under graphics then it's not going to be for gaming. If you see something made buy Nvidia or AMD listed under graphics then you're looking at a PC made for gaming.

Let me know if you have any other questions!

u/ladythursday · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

Steelseries headsets are pretty good in a pinch. I had the Siberta v2's with the little 7.1 sound card, and they served me really well for 2 years. I found the soundstage was a bit too open for me (the game audio sounded really far away.. if that makes sense), so I've since moved on to some Audio-Technica's and a Yeti microphone.

I couldn't be happier with my new setup, but it's not for everyone. /r/imuya is right by suggesting you get some really good cans that have the 'sound' that you like, then snagging a standalone mic. If you have access to music stores/audiophile stores in your area, they should have a selection of headphones out of the box, so go audition a few sets. You'll be surprised how different each pair behaves, and you can figure out which ones fit the best and sound the best for your ears. Pick the same song/piece of music every time you listen to a new pair.. I use the intro of this Pentatonix song so I can check out vocal clarity, and then when the low notes kick in it gives a sense of the kind of bass power I can expect.

Good luck!

u/imuya · 4 pointsr/GirlGamers

I responded to a similar thread on girlgamers here;

http://www.reddit.com/r/GirlGamers/comments/1y7ae5/in_need_of_a_good_pair_of_head_phones_wmic/cfhzlua

>My advice is to not buy a headset, and instead get a nice pair of headphones and a clipon mic. The majority of "gaming headsets" provide vastly inferior audio quality, are USB, and are really overpriced for what you get. see: Astro's.

>My suggestion is watch this video; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1rXcJuEsy0

>To get a decent understanding of how headphones work, and what a lot of the general terminology means (Amp/DAC/Ohms/SNR/Digital and Analog signals/etc).

>Then proceed to;

>www.reddit.com/r/headphones

>And they'll probably tell you the exact same thing. A good pair of headphones combined with a clip-on-mic will not only provide the best audio experience for your money, but also the best audio experience period.

>http://www.head-fi.org/a/headphone-buying-guide

>This is a good price-range guide for headphones as well.

>in general;

>5.1 and 7.1 are a gimmick, virtual 5.1 and 7.1 dont do anything but allow 5.1 and 7.1 audio channel audio to be played as 5.1 and 7.1 audio channels.

>Generally in gaming, virtual 5.1 and 7.1 can actually muddy up directional sound and make your audio experience significantly worse if the game isnt optimized for that exact audio spartialization.

>You dont want USB if you're going to be using an Amp/DAC or a Soundcard, because it wont actually use your amp/dac or soundcard.

>Popular recommendations are like;

>Audio Technica ATH-M50

>Audio Technica ATH-AD700

>Audio Technica ATH-AD700x

>Sennheiser HD-280 Pro

>Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro

and then a clip-on microphone like this one;

>Zalman ZM Mic1


But the tl;dr is, buy a good pair of headphones and a clip on mic. They will sound better, last longer, and potentially be significantly cheaper.

Also, check out Massdrop for good deals on Headphones and Amp/DAC's.

u/GoingOnEmpty · 15 pointsr/GirlGamers

Aw thank you! (:

It's all about personal preference as to what you want to use, but I used Velcro cable ties, cable sleeves, and sticky cable clamps for both my battlestation and my TV/console station. I bought these in particular and they do just the trick for me at very low cost.

Ties: VELCRO Brand ONE WRAP Thin Ties | Strong & Reusable | Perfect for Fastening Wires & Organizing Cords | Black, 8 x 1/2-Inch | 100 Count https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001E1Y5O6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_l3bJBbHE1JZZS

Sleeves: 20" Cable Management Sleeve with Free Zip Ties https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MR6QQLR/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Clamps: eBoot Adjustable Cable Clips Adhesive Nylon Wire Clamps, Black, 50 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LYO307S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_J3bJBbRA9GWRQ

Stick some clamps behind your desk and down the edges of the desk legs to run the wires and cords along them. Just be warned that the residue may stick and might peel off paint or wood, so take caution if you want to tear them off. I'm sure you can find better ones that don't potentially damage your desk, but with proper removal care, you should be fine.

I like the velcro straps because they can easily be adjusted, removed, and reused. They're also versatile for any other random cables you want to store.

EDIT: Added some pictures of the back where the cables are to show you how messy and hectic it is.

https://imgur.com/a/Zqin1bj

u/ILuffhomer · 2 pointsr/GirlGamers

A bit over your price request, but I have the HyperX Cloud headset: https://www.amazon.com/HyperX-Cloud-Alpha-Gaming-Headset/dp/B07PDNPRZN

I really love the purple and white (even if the white gets dirty), but the sound is good and they are comfortable for long Classic WoW sessions. They also fit comfortably even when I have glasses on!

u/DarkChen · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

i mean, i dont know how much traveling are you doing, but monitor+case isnt gonna be friendly to carry, especially the monitor with the stand plus its size, not to mention i imagine you would had other baggages together, so it can get heavy, and messy...

i dont know what you budget is like but i would focus on laptops nevertheless, no hassle no worries, at least travel wise, stick it in the same backpack as your cloths and its done...

again, dont know you budget but here are three i found looking quickly around amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VBBKCGZ
https://www.amazon.com/MSI-GS75-Stealth-205-Gaming-i7-8750H/dp/B07QMGRCF6
https://www.amazon.com/Acer-Predator-i7-9750H-Keyboard-PH315-52-78VL/dp/B07QXLFLXT


the first one its more mid to high end, with better screen, better processor and huge storage space, the second one its more mid end and tho similar specs, with lower storage space and more mid end processor and graphic card, and the last one its more budget friendly with smaller screen, though it seems a little bulkier built... anyway, im sure there are better options out there, bu i hope those help

u/queen_crumpetbum · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

I haven't recorded any videos or streamed on youtube but I have been streaming on twitch this year. I only really stream Nintendo switch gameplay. All I needed (I already had a good pc and 2 monitors) to buy for the set up;
Elgato game capture hd60 pro which I needed to link my switch up to the pc.
logitech c920 hd webcam but webcams aren't always needed for streaming - loads of cool streamers who don't do webcam and still do well with my personal fav being dreamie pop on twitch
blue yeti microphone

That was enough for me to get started and although it can be quite intimidating and weird at the start, keep going. Especially with games like stardew because there's such a sweet stardew community on twitch. I would recommend hanging out in some of these streams when you can, get a feel for the way things work and make some friends!

u/tepidviolet · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

Lapgear has a bunch of lapdesks with this specific size and shape: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000U1Y532/

It's a pretty wide deal, and it has two beanbag cushions below it, so you can comfortably place it on your legs. So no noticeable heat build-up, and it has good airflow, so you're not sweating after a while.

Downsides? Sometimes the angle isn't perfectly flat, so the mouse can drift. Way better for keyboards or laptops than mice. If you situate it just right, the mouse can stay put, though. I've also heard complaints about durability, but I've never noticed anything like that. It might be more of an issue with guys who really beat their stuff up.

I'd browse their site (lapdesk.com), if you like this option. Make sure what you see is the right size. Some of them are that shape but smaller. I'd also strongly avoid the plastic ones with a "wrist rest." I've used them. That wrist rest gets in the way and gets painful.

With anything like this, avoid any kind of lip on the bottom. Bad design, imo. It keeps things from falling off, but it's kinda a nightmare ergonomically, as your wrist often ends up touching that, creating a really painful hotspot after extended use. You want a totally flat surface.

Option B is to get a bed tray. I actually don't like them for use in bed, since they're kinda unstable, but they work great on the floor. Basically, they're just a flat surface with wide legs on either side. Think something like this: https://www.etsy.com/listing/685932059/laptop-breakfast-table-desk

I'd pay close attention to the height of these, though. Products like these are mostly sized for men, and when you use them as a girl, they can be uncomfortably high. Like I'm actually pretty tall (5'8"), but have kinda relatively longer legs and a shorter torso than average for my height, and most desks I tried were too big. lt'd be way worse for petite women. So if something has adjustable height, that's a bonus, and I'd pass on anything that's fixed. I'd basically go for something that's not touching you but is /just/ above your legs. The shorter, the better. It's generally way more ergonomic to have your arms lower (like your elbows as close to down and at your sides as possible).

Option C is to buy a super light non-gaming keyboard that can just rest on your lap comfortably, and to put your mouse on the floor next to you. I sometimes do that in bed, with my laptop sitting on a bed desk. It really helps if you have a hard mouse mat here. You might need to elevate the mouse, though this really depends on the position you're sitting in.

What's specifically wrong with the setup you have now? I'm actually not sure what you mean by having the mouse on the couch.

u/besme · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

Before I jump into this, I want to give a brief bit of advice that you've probably already heard elsewhere. If your headset plugs directly into audio ports on the PC, try it in both the front and rear of the PC to see if there are any quality differences. If this fixes it, neat! Disregard everything else here (or not, actually. You could probably do better if that's what fixes it). Otherwise, here's this.

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I use the Hyperx Cloud II headset and don't have any issues. I also have the original HyperX Cloud, a couple Turtle Beaches, and a Logitech. I recommend the Cloud II, however, there might be a chance you don't need to change the entire headset?

Focusing mainly on the HyperX headsets (since the other ones were fine, just didn't suit my purposes), I originally had the Cloud but switched to the Cloud II after having audio issues. People said they could hear my voice fine, however they could also hear my game audio, the voice chat audio, every audio; it was like my computer was decided that it would output system audio into the mic so that it was broadcasting sound back into itself. I hooked it up to audacity, OBS, a few other things, and it was crazy to see my mic and system audio outputting exactly the same thing. I hated it.

So the Cloud headsets look functionally the same; maybe they are the same. The mic plugs into the headset, and it has a single audio jack/cable. One of the differences between the two is that the original Cloud comes with a splitter that splits the audio jack into both the mic and speaker audio jacks (whatever the proper terms are, it makes the one cord into two); the Cloud II comes with a usb sound card that only accepts the single audio jack.

I initially plugged the Cloud directly into my PC (I attempted both front of the case and back), and the audio issues were the same. I attempted to use a cheap usb sound card from Best Buy to make the Cloud work, but the audio issues remained the same despite a slight increase in quality. Idk if it was an issue with the splitter or the headset, but I tried for a couple months to get the damned thing working, and I never found any luck (I was going to RMA it but I just didn't care enough, so now it's just a backup if something happens to my main).

So I was going to RMA the Cloud, but I'm a lazy person, and honestly, I didn't want to deal with shipping bullshit. So I looked at a ton of reviews of the Cloud II, looked at online comments from people having the same Cloud audio issues that improved with the switch, and I caved. My hope was that the Cloud II wouldn't have the issue because it was newer, and also I was interested in the inline volume controls that'd I'd loved on the Turtle Beach (I still miss their individual voice chat/game chat volume controls, I loved those so much).

The Cloud II doesn't come with a splitter. It looks exactly the same as the Cloud; it has a mic that you plug into the headset, and it has a single audio jack that functions as both mic and speaker. Instead of a splitter, it comes with this sound card. The sound card includes a toggle for 7.1 surround sound, and also individual controls for mic volume, and sound volume. it also doesn't function as a splitter - it will only plug in one cord. The sound card I previously bought from Best Buy required use of the splitter since it required both the mic and speaker inputs on their own cord. Whatever the terminology, words, doesn't matter. You get the picture.

The Cloud II worked immediately. I had 0 issues when using it with the USB sound card. I never bothered trying the Cloud with the sound card, and I never bothered trying the Cloud II with the splitter (with or without the Best Buy sound card) because at that point I just didn't care. I had a headset that worked, that didn't rebroadcast audio, that had decent ear cups that I could replace if I wanted (I use the leather-ish ones instead of the foam ones, though I have a replacement set for both if I ever need), and the mic doesn't pick up unnecessary audio (my cat sits next to me, maybe 3 feet away, and she never shuts the fuck up. She's loud. People only hear her if I'm talking and she happens to meow at the same time. I also have a furnace in a room behind me that will kick on and become the most obnoxious thing in existence - it's loud and horrendous. I barely hear it, and my mic doesn't pick it up at all).

With all that drama being said, I glanced over the Revolver while I was looking at the HyperX headsets. When I was originally looking, the Revolver didn't come with the sound card. From a brief glance, there's a sound card available with the Revolver S, but Idk if that's what you have. If you have that, then it might be a driver issue (which I'm sure is something you've thought of all already if so).

If yours didn't come with a sound card, it might be worth trying one of the HyperX branded ones (and I hate suggesting brand names, but in this case I mean. They're kinda built/tested together). The one paired with my Cloud II was one I linked waaaaay up above. It looks like there's a different type for the Revolver S, but I can't find it on Amazon. However, it is at the bottom of this page if you just keep selecting "load more" until everything is displayed (both sound cards are listed there for 29.99).

Hopefully this will help a bit. If you don't have the/a sound card, I recommend trying one before spending a ton more money on a new headset. If you do have a sound card, maybe try a different one, check various drivers, see if realtech audio is trying to mess with things, etc. My setup is a bit weird since I run everything on virtual audio cables, but sometimes just uninstalling every single sound driver and then reinstalling it will get it started. Sometimes, it's even as simple as just disabling and then enabling the drivers/devices.

u/Chili24 · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

Eh, I know most people are saying Razer, but I've had nothing but bad experiences with them.

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I'm currently using this: https://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Scimitar-Optical-Programmable-Buttons/dp/B01MU3DZYN/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1539808807&sr=8-5&keywords=mmo+mouse

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It's been very good to me for the past 2 years.

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Good luck on finding what you want :)

u/skankyfish · 15 pointsr/GirlGamers

HyperX Cloud II? I've got no personal experience of them, but when I asked my OH for recommendations the other day, this is what he recommended. They're meant to be comfy and decent quality, and they work with most platforms :)

EDIT: I asked him again specifically for lighter coloured headsets, and he suggested Steelseries Siberia (more expensive) or Razer Krakens (cheapest of the lot, but still a good reputation). We don't own any of these but he likes to read up on this stuff, so they're probably all decent choices :)

u/AppleChiffon · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

I have a pretty old (nearing on 10 years?) Seagate that's 1T and awesome. It's not slow if I play games directly from it plugged in. Here's the newer model of it:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HD6ZLIY/ref=twister_B079PBR4VV?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

I also have a slimmer one that's exclusively for backing up my computer and keeping important files portable that is pretty great too. Again, this is the newer model:

https://www.amazon.com/Seagate-Portable-External-Photography-STDR2000100/dp/B00H4XH5FY/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1538795210&sr=1-2&keywords=seagate%2Bexternal%2Bhard%2Bdrive&th=1

u/itsacrisis · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

I really like HyperX Cloud II headsets. You'll end up paying bit more than 100 CAD, but I think they are worth it. Plus, there might be a good sale coming up for black friday. You mentioned not ugly, so you might like the hyperxwhite/purple headset. I think you can get the black Cloud II's and the black/red cloud IIs for around 100-120 bucks.

I've had the same headset for quite a while now. They get a ton of use and still work just as good as new. I can't say I've had the same experience with Razer and a few other brands I tried in the past.

u/BoopityBoop1 · 12 pointsr/GirlGamers

Honestly the best thing you could do for your setup right now is cable management. You can get reusable velcro zip ties from Amazon or Walmart or someplace like that. I’d also recommend getting little figures or plushies of your favorite characters to add some more of your personality to the area

u/stephnstephnstuff · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

This one clips to an exciting earbuds/headphones wire but you could prob clip it to anything with a little tape or whatever and it’s pretty good quality.

Edit: I also have a Blue standing desk mic that I honestly never use if you want it.

u/Zenyattas_Pyjamas · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

I use Logitech for both my mouse and headset. Everything but their "Logitech Gaming Software" works really well, but they never make the same product in multiple colors. My friend uses a HyperX headset that's much cheaper but still really good quality. It also comes in white/pink.

Also, I'd suggest checking out r/mechanicalkeyboards if you ever want to get really minimalistic with your desktop.

Edit: Fixed link.

u/Hollermagician · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

If advise against the 1050 since even when it was brand new it was pretty weak.

Heres a pretty good laptop i found on Amazon;
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07QXLFLXT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_F2fFDb9GB6F7R

The 1660 is not a bad graphics card either thats a fairly new card and if you can get a laptop with that then youd be set. Btw have you considered building a pc instead?

u/MikeLitori5 · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

I'll do my best, let me know if I've forgotten anything! :)

u/suplexcomplex · 5 pointsr/GirlGamers

[I found this on Amazon, it's a bit expensive but it also looks pretty nice] (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AUQETOG/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_moUrxb5C4ND8R)

There are probably some cheaper models on Amazon that have a similar look to them.

u/brootnee · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

It was a cheapo knock-off brand from Amazon. It's super tempermental and barely works with Win 7. :'(

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AUQETOG/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/mglab · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

It wouldn't be wireless, but you can consider getting a Zalman clip-on mic for the current headphones you have. It's an $8 solution and you already know that your current headphones fit.

Despite the added hassle of cables, I've used one with my Sennheiser HD598 and wouldn't be happy going to a gaming headset from this set up. I've since replaced it with a desktop mic, which is another option if you prefer.

u/smartfishy · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

I ended up with a Corsair headset. I don't stream, so I can't give advice on that end, but Corsair is a good brand and so is HyperX. I don't know of any other brand that makes pink headsets, but HyperX has a white and lavender headset: https://www.amazon.com/HyperX-Cloud-Alpha-Gaming-Headset/dp/B07PDNPRZN

u/StarTrippy · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

I have this one, and it's so beautiful. It's hella loud too which tickles my fancy. :')

Unfortunately, it's not super high end so you can't program your own colors. But it's still nice!

u/VG-enigmaticsoul · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

If you still haven't decided, this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07QXLFLXT/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=dav0d2-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B07QXLFLXT&linkId=81e213e37808ec3cdd9cdf49882386c4


Ships to norway. No idea what the shipping costs tho

$930 USD is basically unheard of for a laptop like this, probably gonna be sold out in hours lol

u/CoconutMochi · 6 pointsr/GirlGamers

I think the one headset that usually gets recommended in the audiophile community is HyperX's Cloud II. Although you can also get normal headphones and pair them with a modmic. It only has passive noise-cancelling though.

Sennheiser's GAME headset is also an option, if you want to spend more monies.

u/Orthodox_Waffle · 1 pointr/GirlGamers

Zalman Zm-Mic1

Edit: Now that i think about it if you're not using headphones than a zalman won't work because it needs a cable to clip to. Snowball or yeti.

u/moonstrikelilly · 3 pointsr/GirlGamers

I wanted to get this one, but settled for something cheaper:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Y09G6H8/_encoding=UTF8?coliid=IU0SZ8PZZYHP1&colid=6T6OB0XILCI1

It's out of stock now on Amazon though, but I was able to find it here:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pink-Kingston-HyperX-Cloud-II-Gaming-Headset-for-PC-PS4-KHX-HSCP-PK-/182652000653?var=485208889640&hash=item2a86e8598d:g:BNMAAOSwjk9ZURwL

The only thing I'd worry about is the white parts getting dirty. It is cute though.