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Holiday Gift Guide 2018

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RFMag Holiday Gift Guide 2018: SteelSeries Rival 600 - $79.99

SteelSeries Rival 600 – $79.99

This is easily SteelSeries’ best customizable mouse to date, allowing you to make both physical and behavioral alterations to your Rival 600. Want to use your Rival 600 on a PC that doesn’t have the SteelSeries Engine installed? Thanks to the onboard 32-bit ARM processor, you can save your customizations directly onto the mouse for use in tournaments and LAN parties. Most importantly, it performs and performs splendidly. Comfort, looks, and performance are all present in the Rival 600. This mouse became my gaming mouse of the year, and I can’t wait to see someone else try to top it.

For what you get, $79.99 is a more than respectable price point for this product. If you’re looking for a new mouse, be sure to check out the SteelSeries Rival 600.

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RFMag Holiday Gift Guide 2018: Logitech MX Master 2S - $99.99

Logitech MX Master 2S – $99.99

What I expected with the MX Master 2S when I first opened the box was just another Logitech Performance MX with better tracking, ergonomics, and lifespan. At its core, the Logitech MX Master 2S is comfortable and accurate, powering you through up to 70 days of usage on a full charge. What I got from this mouse was all of that and so much more. This mouse not only increased my efficiency by reducing my common needs to reach for the keyboard, but it also allowed me to expand all of the mouse’s functionality across multiple machines seamlessly.

If you’re a power user in the office or at home, and you’re looking to up your browsing and computing efficiency, then you definitely need to check out Logitech’s MX Master 2S for yourself.

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RFMag Holiday Gift Guide 2018: Plantronics BackBeat GO 810 Active Noise Canceling Headset - $149.99

Plantronics BackBeat GO 810 Active Noise Canceling Headset – $149.99

At $150, the BackBeat GO 810 is a homerun for anyone looking for a wireless ANC headset for a reasonable price. You get an enjoyable and solid sound performance across all listening scenarios with a headset that hits the mark on comfort. The BackBeat GO 810 is the perfect headset for long trips with a ridiculously long battery life that will outlast practically any flight. The even pairs to two devices for easy transition between audio sources without having to constantly re-pair.

As far casual listening headsets go, BackBeat GO 810 is so far the best bang-for-your-buck product that I’ve tried this year. Definitely take a look at the BackBeat GO 810 for yourself.

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RFMag Holiday Gift Guide 2018: Plantronics BackBeat FIT 3100 Wireless Sport Headset - $149.99

Plantronics BackBeat FIT 3100 Wireless Sport Headset – $149.99

The BackBeat FIT 3100 is a very solid and suggestable buy for $149.99. As far as 100% wireless sport earbuds go, the BackBeat FIT 3100 excels in comfort and build quality while giving you a great sound presentation along the way. I’m suggesting this headset to anyone looking for a 100% wireless active wear solution at a reasonable price. If you are looking for a sports headset that is ready to perform wherever you work out, then the BackBeat FIT 3100 should be the first on your list to check out.

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RFMag Holiday Gift Guide 2018: Destiny 2: Forsaken Expansion Pack

Destiny 2: Forsaken Expansion Pack

You can call Forsaken the “Taken King” of Destiny 2. Even then, Forsaken somehow brings even more than Taken King brought to Destiny. The Destiny 2: Forsaken expansion pack IS the reason you want to play Destiny 2. It is the DLC that is bound to revive Destiny 2’s community, as it directly addresses what players wanted. Destiny players did not want a 100% different game in Destiny 2. They wanted the core that first Destiny game had become over time, but with much more added on top of it, and nothing is taken away. The three key points regarding PVP, weapon tiers and random drops were all aspects that were eventually present in the first Destiny game but were all left out of or done differently in Destiny 2.

On top of how good Forsaken is, Gambit is a completely new mode that does an excellent job at marrying players who played either PVP or PVE exclusively. We loved what we saw when we played it as much as we did at E3, so you can always click here to check out our Gambit impressions. Beyond that, Forsaken is the largest and quite possibly the best expansion drop in the Destiny franchise. If you are looking reasons to go back to or to continue playing Destiny 2, you have them in buckets.

For those who have yet to even try Destiny 2, you can opt to get the Destiny 2: Forsaken – Legendary Collection. The Destiny 2: Forsaken – Legendary Collection comes with the base game and all expansions to date, including Forsaken.
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