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Experience the next level of gaming with Telstra’s latest range of gaming accessories. Shop for the latest gaming controllers, gaming headsets, gaming bundles, gaming keyboards, gaming mice and more from brands you know and love.

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$329
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$13.70
Min cost $328.80 over 24 months
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Nintendo Switch Lite front view

Nintendo Nintendo Switch Lite

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$724
Was $799
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$30.16
Was $33.29/mth
Min cost $723.84 over 24 months
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PlayStation PS5 Slim Console

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$604
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$25.16
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PlayStation PS5 Slim Digital Edition

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$469
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$19.54
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Nintendo Nintendo Switch

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$539
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$22.45
Min cost $538.80 over 24 months
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Nintendo Switch - OLED Model front view

Nintendo Nintendo Switch - OLED Model

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$329
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$13.70
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PlayStation PlayStation Portal Remote Player

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$499
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$20.79
Min cost $498.96 over 24 months
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Xbox Series S Console

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$699
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$29.12
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Min cost $698.88 over 24 months
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Xbox Series X Console

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$169
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$14.08
Min cost $168.96 over 12 months
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Barracuda X Wireless Multi-Platform Gaming Headset front view

Razer Barracuda X Wireless Multi-Platform Gaming Headset

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$189
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$15.75
Min cost $189 over 12 months
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Elite Wireless S2 Core Controller front view

Xbox Elite Wireless S2 Core Controller

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$399
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$16.62
Min cost $398.88 over 24 months
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Arctis Nova 7x Headset front view

SteelSeries Arctis Nova 7x Headset

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$99
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Astro A10 Headset

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$139
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$11.58
Min cost $138.96 over 12 months
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DeathAdder Halo Mouse front view

Razer DeathAdder Halo Mouse

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$219
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$18.25
Min cost $219 over 12 months
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Stealth 600 Max Headset front view

Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Max Headset

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$499
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$20.79
Min cost $498.96 over 24 months
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G920 Driving Force Racing Wheel for Xbox front view

Logitech G920 Driving Force Racing Wheel for Xbox

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$599
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$24.95
Min cost $598.80 over 24 months
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A50 Wireless + Base Station for Xbox front view

Astro A50 Wireless + Base Station for Xbox

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$158.95
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$13.24
Min cost $158.88 over 12 months
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Turtle Beach Accessory Bundle

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$718.20
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$29.92
Min cost $718.08 over 24 months
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Astro Xbox Accessory Bundle

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$328.95
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$13.70
Min cost $328.80 over 24 months
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Turtle Beach Steelseries Bundle

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$180
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$14.99
Min cost $179.88 over 12 months
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Backbone One For iPhone

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$249
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$10.37
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Microsoft Xbox Elite Controller

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Frequently Asked Questions

A good gaming setup needs:

  • a desk
  • an ergonomic gaming chair
  • a powerful PC or a gaming console
  • a high-quality monitor
  • a compatible keyboard
  • a responsive mouse and mousepad
  • a gaming headset and microphone

A gaming peripheral is an external device that can be connected to a PC or console to boost the performance of the gamer and enhance their experience. 

The most common gaming peripherals are gaming keyboards, gaming controllers, gaming headsets, mouse, and high-resolution monitors.

An average gaming setup can cost between $1,500 and $2,500.

The cost of the gaming setup would include the console or computer, monitor, keyboard, gaming headphones mouse and a few games to get you started.

A gaming controller is a device used with video games to allow the player to control an object or character in the game. 

Controllers have developed from a single joystick to devices with levers, paddles and multiple buttons.

To play games, you need a gaming controller with:

  • two analog sticks
  • two shoulder buttons
  • two trigger buttons
  • the ability to connect to a PC or a gaming console via USB or Bluetooth

If you’re looking for an Xbox controller, the Xbox controller comes in both wired and wireless versions. If you’re after a wired controller, they are not available from Microsoft Xbox but there are plenty of options from companies like Turtle Beach.

To connect with Xbox Wireless controller, you might need the Xbox Wireless Adaptor for Windows 10. If your PC has Xbox Wireless built in, you can connect the controller directly without an adaptor.

If you're using the Xbox Wireless Adaptor for Windows 10:

  1. Turn on your PC and sign in.
  2. Plug the Xbox Wireless Adaptor into your PC.
  3. Turn on your controller by pressing the Xbox button. When you turn on the controller, the Xbox button will start flashing.
  4. Press and hold the Pair button on the Xbox Wireless Adaptor. A small light will flash for several seconds.
  5. Press and hold the Pair button on the top of the controller (the raised button). The Xbox button on the controller will flash more rapidly – this means your controller is searching for the Xbox Wireless Adaptor. When connected, the Xbox button on the controller will stay lit.

If you're using built-in Xbox Wireless:

  1. Turn on your PC and sign in.
  2. Turn on your controller by pressing the Xbox button for 3 seconds. When you turn on the controller, the Xbox button will start flashing.
  3. Press and hold the Pair button on the top of the controller (the raised button). The Xbox button on the controller will flash more rapidly—this means your controller is searching for a PC.
  4. On your PC, press the Start button, then select Settings > Devices (on Windows 11: Settings > Bluetooth & devices).
  5. Choose Add Bluetooth or other device (on Windows 11: Add device), then select Everything else.
  6. Choose Xbox Wireless Controller or Xbox Elite Wireless Controller from the list. When connected, the Xbox button on the controller will stay lit.

With Xbox Wireless connections, you can connect eight Xbox Wireless Controllers at the same time, or four controllers that have Xbox Chat Headsets attached. If the controllers have Xbox Stereo Headsets, only two can be connected at the same time.

Remember that to use your Xbox Wireless Controller with your Xbox console after using it with a PC, you must re-sync the controller to the console.

If you have an XBOX X|S:

  1. Turn on your Xbox Series X|S.
  2. Insert either AA batteries or rechargeable batteries from the Xbox One Play & Charge Kit into the controller.

    Note The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 and Xbox Adaptive Controller have built-in batteries and include a USB-C cable for charging.
  3. Turn on your Xbox controller by pressing and holding the Xbox button. The Xbox button will flash. When the button stays lit, the controller is connected.
    Note If the Xbox controller doesn't turn on, check the batteries. If you're using rechargeable batteries, make sure they're charged.
  4. Press and release the Pair button on the Xbox.
  5. On Xbox Series X, the Pair button is on the front right, above the USB port. On Xbox Series S, the Pair button is on the front left, to the right of the USB port.
  6. Within 20 seconds, press and hold the controller's Pair button (a circular button on top of the controller as you hold it in your hands) until the controller's Xbox button flashes a few times. That means it's searching for a console. The Xbox button stays lit once it's connected.
  7. Repeat this for every additional Xbox controller you may have. You can connect up to eight wireless controllers to a console.

Note that controllers are assigned to users based on who's holding the controller. To learn how to assign a controller to your profile, go to:

If you have an Xbox One:

  1.  Turn on your Xbox One.
  2. Insert either AA batteries or rechargeable batteries from the Xbox One Play & Charge Kit into the controller.
    Note The Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2 and Xbox Adaptive Controller have built-in batteries and include a USB-C cable for charging.
  3. Turn on your controller by pressing and holding the Xbox button. The Xbox button will flash. When the button stays lit, the controller is connected.
    Note If the controller doesn't turn on, check the batteries. If you're using rechargeable batteries, make sure they're charged.
  4. Press and release the Pair button on the Xbox.
  5. On the original Xbox One X or S, the Pair button is a circular button on the front right below the power button. On the original Xbox One the pair button is on the side around the corner from the disc tray.
  6. Within 20 seconds, press and hold the controller's Pair button (a circular button on top of the controller as you hold it in your hands) until the controller's Xbox button flashes a few times. That means it's searching for a console. The Xbox button stays lit once it's connected.

Repeat this for every additional controller you may have. You can connect up to eight wireless controllers to a console.

  1. Turn on your Xbox console. 
  2. Press the Xbox button on the controller to open the guide.
  3. Under Profile & system, select Settings.
  4. Under Devices & connections, select Accessories
  5. On the Xbox Wireless Controller screen, select “…” to check the firmware version for your controller.
  6. If it says there's no update available, your controller is current. If it says “Update,” follow the steps provided. 

Only customers with an existing eligible fixed or post-paid mobile service, or new month-to-month plan are eligible to pay off accessories on a monthly repayment option. Maximum 5 add-ons per customer at any one time. If you cancel an add-on early or cancel your existing fixed or post-paid mobile service(s), or cancel your month-to-month plan, your add-on repayment will also terminate and you’ll be required to pay out the remainder of your add-on(s).

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