Turtle Beach Week: That’s a Wrap!

To celebrate the first PC peripherals released by Turtle Beach, we took the new keyboard, mouse, mousepad and Elite 800 headset for a spin. Does Turtle Beach slay the competition with its newest hardware? Nick, Justin and Rich share their thoughts!

Rich Booth                                                                                        Elite 800 Playstation 4 headset

I had the opportunity to review the Elite 800 Playstation 4 headset and as I said in my review, it was incredible. I use it every single chance I get, even choosing it over my surround sound. It’s a great all-around set as I also find myself using it for movies as well. There’s nothing more satisfying than finally being able to watch television next to my wife late at night without waking her up. Other headsets didn’t give me that opportunity and they certainly weren’t comfortable. I’ve been shopping for the perfect headset for years and I’ve finally found it.

Nick “Dezrinblack” Meyer                                                               Grip 500 Laser Gaming Mouse

Over the course of this week I have continued my test of the Grip 500 laser gaming mouse and what I said in my earlier review continues to ring true. This is a great mouse for just about everything. Whether I am gaming, browsing the web, or editing videos, the Grip 500 can handle it all. This is a very good thing for many reasons and the most important one being that the Grip shows Turtle Beach is ready to make big waves in the PC world. By making a durable, multi-purpose mouse of this caliber without falling victim to flashy design gimmicks or the immediate desire to add a thousand different buttons, Turtle Beach looks to make a serious foray into the PC peripherals market. 

Justin Jaeger                            Traction Gaming mousepad and Impact 700 Mechanical Keyboard

I was given the privilege to review the Impact 700 backlight mechanical keyboard and I can’t say it enough great things about it – it simply is an amazing keyboard! It’s well constructed and great for button mashing and like I said in my review, the Impact 700 is great for any gaming genre. If this is just the begining for Turtle Beach then I am very excited to see what the future holds. I can see Turtle Beach making some great computer hardware for any style of gamer and it was a pleasure to have the opportunity to test out their new products. I can’t wait to see what comes next!

GamesRelated would like to thank Turtle Beach for the opportunity to review their products. If it seems like we love their equipment, that’s because we do and we can guarantee that it is the only product we will use.

  • Richard Booth

    Rich has been involved in the gaming industry for over ten years, working with such companies as Jace Hall ShowTwin Galaxies and Nintendojo. He began GamesRelated in order to bring positivity to gaming journalism. Much of what is out today is completely negative, and GR aims to be the place where that stops and the news is simply reported.

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