The Christmas season is almost upon us and people in the United States are looking for the best possible gift to buy their gaming friends. With so many great devices and options on the market, you will certainly not be short of ideas. The budget, though, may vary and so does the quality of what you are buying for your friends.
Whether you are buying an entire gaming station or a particular type of peripheral hardware, we have you covered. Let’s get cracking as the hours to Christmas are quickly ticking away with the window to buy a gift closing.
The PlayStation 5 is a fantastic product to buy for any of your gaming friends. Even if they are sworn Xbox loyalists. The PlayStation is a next-generation platform that will provide your friends with plenty of opportunities to enjoy the console at a rather affordable rate of just $499.99.
While this price may vary this season, mostly because of production shortages, you can rest assured that investing in a PlayStation 5 as a suitable gift option will most certainly be well-received.
The console packs a powerful graphics chip that makes it able to render any video game in the next several years, to speak nothing of the AG/VR angle. As of 2021, PlayStation 5 is the best-selling and fastest-selling in the United States and a suitable Christmas gift for your loved ones.
The product is not so expensive and if you have a chance to buy it for someone you love, don’t hesitate that it’s going to make for a smart investment.
If you’re looking for a powerful and future-proof gift for the gamer in your life, the OneGx1 Pro is hard to beat. This handheld console has many excellent qualities, although it has the slight disadvantage of being somewhat expensive. The console costs some $1,400, mostly attributed to the quality of the console and the capabilities it brings forward. The device is aptly dubbed as a “mini gaming laptop,” which is an accurate way to describe it, and for a good reason.
So far as handheld consoles go, it’s hard to match this one and its popularity spreads well across the world, not just in the United States. The OneGx1 Pro has been designated the sports betting device of the year in India by Sportbettingindia.com.
Xbox Series X|S
Xbox Series X and S are the latest devices in the long and proven lineage that Microsoft has produced in terms of quality consoles. The Xbox Series X and S are both great options for people who love gaming but may have never been involved in choosing the consoles.
The good news is that the Xbox is a home-built brand which means that it’s slightly more readily available than other consoles. This gives it a distinct edge on the local market, but the quality of the platform is what seals the deal.
The console goes for the exact same price as the Xbox and it focuses on a broader entertainment experience at more affordable pricing. Right now, Xbox is also branching out to other smart devices as well, as per a report involving Apple.
But should you buy the Xbox for your loved ones this Christmas? The Xbox is a fantastic way to celebrate the Xmas season if you love the comfort and good quality entertaining. There are numerous games that will make anyone happy. If you do play this one and let’s face it – getting your friends a slick new device that has potentially limitless gaming power is truly one of the best ways to say that you really appreciate someone.
If you know your friends are more of the on-the-go type of players, you could get them a Nintendo Switch. Now, the Switch appeals to a specific demographic. After all, there are some people who would much rather play on a big flat-screen rather than play on a small handheld console and that is perfectly normal, as long as you are aware of that and committed to it as well.
The console costs a good $500. While the device is much smaller than the Xbox console, or PlayStation, for that matter, it allows you to enjoy gaming anywhere in your house and beyond. It’s also a recommended choice for people who are particularly keen on getting their hands on exclusive titles that are only available as part of Nintendo’s unique game suites.