The hints that your special gamer people have been dropping? You've caught them. The money required? You've saved it. They deserve something bigger, something cooler. And you're going to give it to them. Here are some finer things that just might make their holiday game run a lot more more sparkly.

Corsair Gaming K95 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Your favorite PC gamer needs the clickety-clack. And a keyboard that supports a crazy amount of customization wouldn't hurt either. Do your M+K-loving enthusiast right with a text entry device that can look like a beautiful rainbow of power.

Nighthawk X6 Tri-Band WiFi Router

Walls? This router laughs at walls. It's got technology that pumps out more signal than most people probably need. Give this to someone and you'll be significantly reducing their connection problems, no matter where their gaming set-up happens to be.


El Gato Game Capture HD60

Sure, some of the more recent game consoles have built-in video recording capabilities. But they aren't really saving the full glory of the best gaming feats. For that, your game-loving friends need something like the newest model of El Gato's sleek, capture devices.

Razer Leviathan Soundbar

Maybe the gamers in your life only have a small desk space dedicated to disappearing into their sci-fi or fantasy adventures. Doesn't mean they have to suffer through substandard sound. This soundbar + subwoofer combo is compact enough to fit right under a display but boasts a ridiculous amount of volume.


A New Console or Graphics Card

You're serious about this whole money-is-no-object thing, huh? Then, go all out and show up with a total freakin' upgrade for what your loved one does their gaming on. For PC gamers, this beast of a card will show that your gift-giving is no trifling matter. For the console-centric, you can look over Kotaku's current evalutions of the PS4, Xbox One and Wii U for guidance.


Got high-end, game-centric gift ideas that you'd like to give or receive? Mention them in the comments below.