Hottest Gaming Products From E3 2017 Lisa Johnston ⋅ Published: June 23, 2017 Dell’s Inspiron Gaming Desktop with Windows 10 features AMD multicore Ryzen processors, Polar Blue LED Illumination, easy component access and power supply options up to 850 watts for supporting dual discrete VR-ready graphics from AMD and Nvidia. It’s currently available for a $599 suggested retail. Xenoma’s e-skin smart apparel uses the company’s stretchable electronics technology to help track the wearer’s physical activity during games or other activities. LucidSound’s LS15X wireless in-ear contour gaming headset is designed to provide relief from the “ear fatigue, heat, or moisture concerns” from long gaming session.” It also connects directly to Xbox One consoles without the need for cables or a base station. Microsoft’s Xbox One X, boasting both 4K and HDR10, was given its pricing and ship date ($499 and Nov. 7, respectively). This was the only new console to be formally highlighted at this year’s E3. Creative Labs showed its SoundBlasterX AE-5 sound card with 32-bit DAC, an upgrade over the company’s previous version. Turtle Beach’s Stealth 700 gaming headset has 50mm drivers, Bluetooth, active noise cancelation, a flip-up mic, and a glasses-friendly design said to alleviate pressure from the headset on the wearer’s glasses. The ear cushions and headband come wrapped in synthetic leather to provide additional noise-isolation and deeper bass response. Suggested retail is $149. Nyko had a long list of Nintendo Switch accessories on display at E3, including an extremely small portable dock. SubscribeFor more stories like this, and to keep up to date with all our market leading news, features and analysis, sign up to our newsletter here.