Given the rise in online multiplayer games and how vital good audio equipment is to pinpoint enemies and engagements in such games, it comes as no shock that the quality and features of gaming headsets aimed at the gaming market are increasingly on the rise. With e-sports gaining more traction as time goes on, it is only natural that some company cater to the needs of a market of tournament-goers that value a quality headset. That’s exactly what Plantronics has aimed to do with the most recent addition to its GameCom line of headsets, the GameCom Commander.
How does it hold up? Extremely well, albeit with a single notable downside.