Mionix is a Swedish peripheral manufacturer founded in 2007 by Peter Nygren . Like many Scandinavian companies their focus is very much placed upon producing high performance products with clean and simple designs.
They may not have been in business long compared to industry giants like Logitech, but if the raving of reviewers and customers alike is to be believed they are certainly well on their way to being a household name in the peripherals world. With a growing majority of mid range and lower-premium range of gaming headsets becoming USB devices with Dolby headphone wizardry to give virtual 7.1 sound there seems to be a declining amount of stereo analogue gaming headsets coming out to serve those who like to make good use of their dedicated sound equipment.
One company that seems to be holding the fort in this regard though is Mionix and the feature of today’s review is one such product; the Nash 20 gaming headset. At around £90-100 we are entering the more premium area of gaming headsets so can it provide the quality and performance to match the price? Also, are stereo headsets becoming less relevant in this price range or is it just a case of clever marketing locked in a smear campaign against a superior product? Lets find out, but first a little more about Mionix.
More about Mionix:
Mionix was founded in Sweden 2007 by Peter Nygren with the mission to create the world’s best performing and most ergonomic gaming mouse. We proved that a small dedicated Swedish clan could do this. And it was just the beginning… Today, our complete gaming range is crafted with the same level of innovation and attention to detail.