Headphones, gaming mice, laptops and PCs. Whatever you want to spend, there's a PC gaming gift here to suit your budget.
Contrary to the notion that PCs and their things cost a ton of money, if you do a little digging, you can actually find decent parts and peripherals without having to pay too much. But in case you do have the dough to spend, we've added as many fun things we could find that the PC fan in your life would love.
Corsair Vengeance M95 - $99
If you prefer thinking to shooting, you might appreciate the M95 mouse, which is designed for MMO (massively multiplayer online) and RTS (real-time strategy) titles. You can even create custom button setups for individual games.
Corsair Force GT - $208.95
Adding an SSD (solid state drive) is an easy way to speed up any PC, whether it's for better in-game performance or just to get it to boot faster. It can either supplement your PC's mechanical hard drive or replace it completely. This Corsair Force GT is perfect for the task and comes in a range of sizes up to a huge 480GB.
Roccat Isku Illuminated Gaming Keyboard - $149
The Roccat Isku looks basic but as always, looks are deceiving. With this gaming keyboard you'll have 36 easily-customizable macros, ice blue backlighting with 6 adjustable brightness levels, an Easy-Shift[+] key as a one-stop short-cut that makes giving orders quicker and easier and more.
Mad Catz R.A.T. 7 - $99
The R.A.T. 7 changes everything, with its adjustable plates and Batmobile design. It's comfortable in most hands, the build quality is beautiful and the 6,400dpi accuracy is plenty. Unfortunately, such tweakery does comes at a price, and with the release of the M65 and Ballista MK1, it has some heavy competition.
Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 9 - $169.95
If you really want to get a 'lil crazy, you can pick up the most iteration of the Mad Catz mouse - the R.A.T. 9. It'll run you a lot higher on your credit card bill but it may just be worth it for more extreme customization for maximum comfort during your recipient's gaming sessions.