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Fathers Day gaming gifts for the badass dad

first_imgLike mom, dad’s given up a lot of life-respawning time to spawn little humans, as well as playing Fortnite with them when he’s more of a Forza Horizon 4 guy. Thank him for the sacrifices by helping him get back into his own gaming groove — or feed his battle royale addiction now that you’ve created that monster.At a loss as to what will thrill him? Here are some suggestions to get you started, no matter how little — or how much — you want to spend. These products and services are independently chosen by our editors. CNET may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site. Read preview Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. 5:18 Oculus Asus HP Logitech Razer Nintendo For the cable-free space: Logitech Lightspeed G903 mouse ($100), G613 keyboard ($79), SteelSeries Arctis 7 headset ($126) When you’re in that demon-killing mood, you should be able to frag with the best of them. Help your dad overcome the frustration of using mainstream game controllers with Microsoft’s $100 Xbox Adaptive Controller. It maps all the typical controller functions to a design that requires less coordination to operate. While it works with an Xbox console, it also works with PC games. Read full review For the executive gamer: Razer Blade 15 ($1,500 and up) Sarah Tew/CNET For the budget-conscious gifter: Lenovo Legion Y740 ($1,400 and up), Aukey KM-G6 keyboard ($40), Logitech G300s mouse ($20) Share your voice See at Amazon For snatching moments between carpools or meetings, get him a portable console: the Nintendo Switch. If that’s too expensive a gift at $300, a controller designed to work with a phone is a lot more affordable and still gives an edge when jumping into a quick battle royale. The $50 SteelSeries Nimbus (see at Amazon) is good for iPhone devotees, while the $60 Stratus Duo (see at Amazon) goes with a Galaxy — or any other Android phone or Windows PC.  Tags Father’s Day: Clever smart home gadgets your dad will actually love Sarah Tew/CNET Sarah Tew/CNET Read full review See at Razer If dad shares his gaming space with mom, clutter is the enemy — and if there are no wires, it’s easier to swap peripherals if he’s a claw and she’s a fingertip or if he’s on the mechanical-switch team and she plays membrane. Logitech’s sub-$100 each wireless mouse and mechanical keyboard (see at Amazon) play way above their price. And the $126 Arctis 7 wireless headset (see at Amazon) is one of the best around without being the most expensive one, too. See All Read full review While the app library for Oculus’ new headset is small, it’s the best wireless option available — perfect for remaining untangled in a small living room or den. But it provides an immersive VR experience with great controls and full positional tracking — no phone, PC or game console, and costs $400, which isn’t bad. If he’s more PC-inclined, the pricey $200 Razer Nari Ultimate (see at Best Buy) headset for PC or PS4 adds state-of-the-art haptic feedback for wholly immersive gameplay. See also See at Amazon For the gamer on the go: Nintendo Switch ($300), SteelSeries Stratus Duo ($60) or Nimbus controllers ($50)center_img Jun 14 • Make it a 4K Father’s Day: Save on 4K TVs at Best Buy and Walmart • James Martin/CNET See at Lenovo Razer’s gaming gear is almost uniformly great, if pricey, and doesn’t go overboard on the gaming bling. The $1,500 Blade 15 has the minimalist aesthetic to look at home in a sea of MacBooks, but is ready for mayhem after a long day at work. And the laptops are fast, despite being thin and relatively light. We took Oculus Quest on vacation Jun 14 • Gifts for dads who enjoy their booze Dad may deserve a high-powered gaming laptop like the Alienware Area-51m (see at Alienware), but family budgets tend not to stretch that far. If price is a problem, think about the 17-inch Lenovo Legion Y740, which packs a surprising amount of power, including Nvidia RTX graphics and a fast ninth-generation Intel processor, into a relatively reasonably priced system. Or try the less expensive 15-inch model if he needs something more travel-friendly. If your budget only stretches to accessories, the Aukey KM-G6 (see at Amazon) is a terrific-feeling mechanical keyboard (I’m typing on it right now) with RGB lighting that costs less than $35. The Logitech G300s (see at Amazon) is a highly rated wired mouse for only $20 that’s good for the righty or lefty. 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