TSM_ImperialHal is an interesting figure in the fps community, as he originally got his start in H1Z1 in 2018 which was when that game’s hype was dying and Fortnite was at its peak. Ye, he was quickly able to make the transition to Fortnite pro soon afterward thanks to his high placements in various tournaments, However, he is now known for being on of the top-tier Apex Legends players, as well as for his love of Wraith, competitiveness, dedication to the grind and high-level fps skills. Below, we have provided a detailed overview of the peripheral’s that are used in TMS_Inperial’sHal to both optimize his gameplay and to enhance his video production quality.
WHAT MONITOR DOES TSM_IMPERIALHAL USE?
TSM_ImperialHal uses a BenQ ZOWIE XL2546K monitor. The BenQ ZOWIE XL2546K is a 24.5” gaming monitor. It offers a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1080p at a refresh rate of up to 240Hz and an impressive report rate of 0.5ms. It can also refresh at rates of 60Hz, 120Hz and 144Hz, which is useful if you are planning on using it with gaming consoles as well. Its LCD TN Panel can produce a maximum brightness of 320cd/㎡ and has a pixel pitch of 0.28mm. -45°~45°, tilting -5°~23°, pivoting 90° and increasing the monitor’s height by up to 15.5cm (6.1″.) The monitor can also be disengaged from its stand for VESA-compatible (100x100mm) wall-mounting.
It is integrated with a number of useful technologies, such as its Black eQualizer that brightens dark scenes, it’s Flicker-Free feature and its Low Blue Light filter. Furthermore, it comes with an S-Switch that enables the user to set and switch between 4 gaming profiles with the press of a button, as well as offering other useful functions.
WHAT MOUSE DOES TSM_IMPERIALHAL USE?
TSM_ImperialHal uses a Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse. The Logitech G PRO X Superlight is a wireless gaming mouse that is constructed from an ultra-lightweight plastic. This, as well as the omission of lighting options, brings its weight to just 63g (2.2oz.) It has five programmable buttons, comprising of the clickers, scroll wheel and two side buttons located on the right thumb side. As it does not have a dedicated DPI button, you will need to assign this unction to one of the other buttons, should you wish.
Its Hero 25K optical sensor provides a DPI range of 100-25,400 that can be set in increments of 50 through the G HUB software. Up to 5 DPI profiles can be stored onboard. Another useful feature is its polling rate options of 125Hz (8ms,) 250Hz (4ms,) 500Hz (2ms) and 1,000Hz (1ms.) These can be toggled between by means of a button on its underside. Furthermore, it has a maximum tracking speed of 400 IPS at a maximum acceleration of 40G. It is also fitted with 100% PTFE feet to increase tracking speed and decrease carbon emissions. Although it has an ambidextrous shape, the side-buttons are located on its right thumb side. The battery can last up to 70 hours and the mouse can be used while it is charging with its cable.
WHAT MOUSEPAD DOES TSM_IMPERIALHAL USE?
TSM_ImperialHal uses a Logitech G640 mousepad. The Logitech G640 is a large cloth mousepad with a rubberized underside that helps prevent it from sliding while it is being used. Another benefit is that it is flexible enough to be rolled up, which is convenient for transportation and storage purposes. It measures 40 x 0.3 x 46cm (15.75 x 0.12 x 18.11″) and weighs 354.4g (12.5oz).
WHAT KEYBOARD DOES TSM_IMPERIALHAL USE?
TSM_ImperialHal uses a Logitech G Pro K/DA keyboard. TSM_ImperialHal’s gaming setup includes the special edition of the Logitech G Pro mechanical keyboard. It features a League of Legends-themed reskin and has also traded the GX Blue switches for GX Browns. These give tactile feedback and actuate at a force of 50gf. Their actuation point is at 1.9mm and they have a total travel distance of 4mm. These switches are soldered to the base, and its ABS keycaps are also fixed on.
It has a tenkeyless design that measures 15.24 x 36.1 x 3.6cm (6 x 14.2 x 1.4″) so as to take up less desk space. However, it still offers the option to set macro profiles to any key as a double-function via the software, and also has multimedia controls on the F-keys. There are also three-step angle adjustment options for greater comfort.
WHAT HEADSET DOES TSM_IMPERIALHAL USE?
TSM_ImperialHal uses a Logitech G Pro headset. The Logitech G Pro headset is gaming headset that can also be found in the setups of iiTzTimmy, DrLupo and ChocoTaco, among others. Its 50mm Hybrid mesh PRO-G Neodymium drivers provide a frequency response range of 20 – 20,000Hz that operate at a sensitivity of 91.7dB and a nominal impedance of 35Ω.
Its microphone is integrated with Blue Vo!ce technology which enhances its audio output quality. The microphone itself has a 6mm capsule that has a unidirectional polar pattern and offers a frequency response range of 100-10,000Hz. Otherwise, it has a flexible steel headband that can be adjusted to better fit the user’s head. These terminate in durable aluminum forks that connect the headband to its closed-backed earcups. These are padded with leatherette-covered cushioning that provides a noise-cancelling effect while simultaneously helping to keep the wearer’s ears cool. They weigh about 372g (0.82lbs) and are compatible with Windows 7 or later.
WHAT MICROPHONE DOES TSM_IMPERIALHAL USE?
TSM_ImperialHal uses an Audio-Technica AT2020 microphone. He hasn’t specified whether he uses the USB or XLR version, but given that he does not mention his mixer, we are going to assume that he uses the USB version. The AT2020USB+ is a plug-and-play condenser microphone that utilizes a cardioid polar pattern that inputs at a side-address. It is a good starter microphone that is meant for voice-recordings. It offers a frequency response range of 20-20,000Hz at a nominal impedance of 100Ω, as sensitivity of 137dB and a maximum SPL of 144dB. It is compatible with Windows 7 or later, and Mac OS X.
WHAT WEBCAM DOES TSM_IMPERIALHAL USE?
TSM_ImperialHal uses a Sony a7 III camera. The Sony a7 III is part of the a7 series It is a mirrorless digital camera that can record videos at a maximum resolution of 4K QFHD (3840 x 2160p). Its 24.2MP Exmor R CMOS sensor provides a range of 100 – 51,200 ISO. This can be expanded to 50-204,800 ISO by means of a Sony E-Mount compatible lens. It is also enabled with 693 phase-detection autofocus that ensures the subject comes out clearly, even during fast-paced recordings. It also allows for brightness adjustments of between -2 to 2, which can be set on its 3.0″ 922k-dot tiltable LDC touchscreen.
It is designed to be durable and relatively compact for on-the-go photography, which is why it also comes with a shoulder strap. It also offers an array of picture effect options and creative styles. However, this is likely beyond the needs a basic gaming streamer, especially one who is just starting out. So, if you are not planning on creating IRL vlogging content or similar, you might wat to consider a basic webcam such as the Logitech BRIO used by GreekGodX or the Razer Kiyo used by AdmiralBulldog.