These gadgets will take you to a new world of gaming from your bed

Dreams Drift Gaming Bed From ?1,799, Drift by Dreams is the UK's first king size gaming bed.  TV theater rises from the foot of the bed.

Turn your room into the perfect play den with these buys (Image: PinPep)

Have you ever wanted to have your very own game cave with all the gadgets you want?

Well, that’s more than possible in 2022, with a whole new generation of gaming tech becoming increasingly accessible to consumers.

From VR to the first gaming bed, there is a whole range of things available for those who love to play.

So, here are the best gaming gadgets to get your mischief this Christmas.

Dreams Drift gaming bed

Dreams Drift Gaming Bed From £1,799, Drift by Dreams is the UK's first king size gaming bed Complete with LED lights, 2.1 channel sound, charging ports, headphone holder, and motorized TV with dramatic music like the TV theatre.  rises from the foot of the bed.

Drift into another world (Image: Drift by Dreams)

Putting the bed to bedroom gaming, Drift by Dreams is the first king-size gaming bed in the UK, but it can also be accommodated in a single or double.

It comes complete with LED lights, 2.1 channel sound, charging ports, headphone holders and even a motorized TV that rises theatrically from the foot of the bed.

With either a 32in or 43in screen – the latter going up to 4K resolution – it’s perfect for today’s most powerful gaming machines, and there’s an easy-access space under the bed for console storage.

The motorized TV can be hidden when not in use, so it doesn’t always look like a play bed.

We wish the LED lights changed color and that the speaker didn’t proclaim every time we turned the bed on or off, but, those niggles aside, the Drift is a fantastically fun and indulgent option for bedroom gamers shortly in place to mount their TV.

Buy it for £1,799 from Dreams.

Meta Quest 2

Meta Quest 2 £399.99,

Perfect for beginners (Image: Meta Quest)

The Meta Quest 2 is a perfect entry point to VR gaming. Whether you choose fresh titles like Iron Man VR (as excellent as it sounds), train with fitness games like Supernatural or Beat Saber, or choose distractions for VR office time, it has everything you need out of the box.

One reason Meta’s headset is so good for beginners is that it doesn’t require a computer to run it like more PC gamer-focused, pricier alternatives. The Quest 2 runs on a standalone operating system, comes with a headset and controller, and operates wirelessly on battery power.

Buy it for £399.99 from Meta.

HTC Vive Pro 2

HTC Vive Pro 2 £1,299,

Just your speed (Image: Vive)

If the idea of ​​mounting a monstrously powerful gaming PC doesn’t faze you, the HTC Vive Pro 2 might be more your speed when it comes to VR. This high-cost headset needs to be paired with an even higher-cost computer to churn out silky-smooth 120Hz visuals in crystal-clear 5K resolution across its expansive 120-degree field of view.

Along with the Valve Index, the Vive Pro 2 is the benchmark when it comes to VR graphics quality, and is one of the only ways to play through impressive titles like Half-Life: Alyx and Skyrim VR.

In addition to its best-in-class resolution and tracking accuracy, you can also untether the Vive Pro 2 with a wireless adapter, and express yourself in VR worlds with HTC’s Vive Facial Tracker.

Buy it for £1,199 from Vive.

Logitech G Cloud

Logitech G Cloud handheld console designed to use cloud gaming streaming services such as Nvidia GeForce Now and Xbox Game Pass.

Logitech G Cloud handheld console designed to use cloud gaming streaming services such as Nvidia GeForce Now and Xbox Game Pass (Image: Logitech)

The Logitech G Cloud is a modestly specified handheld console designed to access cloud gaming streaming services such as Nvidia GeForce Now and Xbox Game Pass.

Cloud gaming has been around for a while, giving anyone with a fast enough internet gaming PC grunt, without the need for expensive hardware. Looking like a Nintendo Switch Lite, the G Cloud has two analog sticks, lots of buttons, triggers and a full HD 7in screen. Even if you can’t pick it up in the UK just yet, the handheld is still one to watch, considering that cloud gaming could carve out an entire category of consoles in the coming years.

Check it out at Logitech. Price and availability TBC.

PS5 one

PS5 one

For those who like to play (Image: Sony Interactive Entertainment)

There’s never been a better time to pick up a PS5. God Of War: Ragnarok – one of the most anticipated, most impressive and best reviewed titles in gaming history – was launched exclusively on the Sony console last week.

With its massive, mature game catalog and Sony’s new PS Plus tier, you can hit the ground running without breaking the bank. Factor in upcoming releases for 2023, which include Final Fantasy XVI, Hogwarts Legacy and Street Fighter 6 – to name a few – whatever your gaming addiction, there’s something in the PS5 pipeline for you.

PS5 owners can also look forward to the latest VR, with the launch of PS VR2 in February 2023 to bring 4K resolution, MediaTek smarts, to PlayStation’s virtual reality capabilities.

Buy it for £389.99 from PlayStation.

Infinity Digital Board Game Table

Infinity Digital Boardgame Table - £899, The Infinity Digital Boardgame Table is a coffee table-shaped surface to host a 32-inch touchscreen for gathering the family around and playing old school games.  With over 40 games included in the price including one-player games such as Mahjong and Sudoku, two-player classics such as Battle Ships & Guess Who, or a four-player family game Monopoly / arcade1up-infinity-game-table-2877158

Intentionally old school (Image: Infinity Digital Boardgame Table)

If you like the idea of ​​adding a modern twist to classics like Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit and Yahtzee, then the Infinity Digital Board Game Table is a coffee table-shaped tonic for the specs wars fought by most consoles and gaming rigs .

The expensive piece of furniture’s surface plays host to a 32in touchscreen, and it’s a focal point for the family to gather around. Intentionally old school, it combines nostalgic 2D graphics with a simple, child-friendly interface.

It launches with more than 40 games included in the price, so whether you’re in the mood for solo one-player titles like Mahjong and Sudoku, two-player classics like Battleship or Guess Who?, or a four-player family Fallout – Monopoly , we’re hard pressed to think of a healthier gaming technology this Christmas.

Buy it for £649.99 from Game.

The best gaming laptops

Lenovo Legion 5 (Gen 7)

Lenovo Legion 5 (Gen 7) From £1,479.99,

A reliable choice (Image: Lenovo)

The Lenovo Legion 5 is one of the best-reviewed gaming laptops around, with its powerful mix of AMD Ryzen 7 power, specs, style and ports.

You can load Lenovo’s portable Champ with Nvidia RTX 3060 or 3070 graphics. That means even triple-A titles look fantastic on its 15.6in display, which clocks up to 165Hz in its highest configuration for incredibly smooth gameplay.

With its comfortable styling, you might not realize the Legion 5 is a gaming laptop at first glance, but fire up the RGB backlit keyboard and it’s game on. A serious set of connections round out Lenovo’s powerful package – and there’s even a Gigabit Ethernet port for lightning-fast online gaming.

Buy it from £1,000 at Lenovo.

Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 16 (2022)

Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 16 (2022) From £2,290, -2TB-ssd-16-inch-full-HD-touchscreen-black/p6349254

It’s eye-catching, that’s for sure (Image: Asus)

The striking Zephyrus Duo 16 might start at £2,249 – not too bad for a gaming laptop – but its price rises to around £4,000 in its maximum specification; conspicuous and conspicuous.

Whichever configuration you go for, the highlight of the Duo 16 is its two-screen design. As the laptop unfolds like a pop-up book, its 14in second screen is in view for a gaming experience like no other.

Watch a walk-through on YouTube on one screen as you traverse a dungeon on the other, or mirror your phone on the bottom screen so your eyes don’t need to stray too far from the action when you get a message.

If you want an on-the-go gadget and tons of power, two screens are definitely better than one.

But it for £2,249.99 from John Lewis.

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