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5 Gaming Headsets With Great Linux Compatibility

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There are a lot of great gaming headsets out there for PC gamers. But what ones work well with your Linux PC? Find out in our list of 5 USB gaming headsets that work with Linux!

All of the headsets on this list work very well on Linux, but they’re not the only gaming headsets available. What’s your favorite gaming headset? Does it work well with Linux? Tell us about it in the comment section below!

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4 Gaming Laptops That Best Handle Linux

  • 4 Gaming Laptops That Best Handle Linux

    Are you a Linux gamer in the market for a new gaming laptop? Can’t figure out what laptop will work well with your favorite Linux-based operating system? We can help! Here are 4 gaming laptops that handle Linux well!

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