Graphics tend to rule the roost where gamers are concerned. New game engines and lighting effects may make headlines, but arguably sound is what makes a game more immersive or memorable in many ways. It is that special audio connection that sets the atmosphere. Even more critically to gamers, is that audio that can mean the difference between life or death in an online multiplayer gaming environment.
Mionix has been on a roll lately with the expansion of their lineup of gaming peripherals, incorporating smart revisions and improvements into new revisions and subsequent designs that create top notch winners. Continuing their foray into the gaming peripheral market, Mionix has launched their latest product, the NASH 20 headset.
The NASH 20 headset looks decidedly sleek and lightweight. But what about performance? Indeed, this is where headsets make their reputations, so let’s take a closer look and see just how well the Mionix NASH 20 performs.