Tuesday, 21 Jun 2016
Razer has launched an updated version of its 14-inch Razer Blade gaming notebook. The new Blade now features an Intel Skylake processor and Thunderbolt 3 port, which means that it will work with the Razer Core external graphics enclosure.
With a WUXGA resolution, 4,500 lumens of brightness, and Canon’s LCOS technology with AISYS enhancement, users can project bright, highly detailed images in true color.
The Sheen SHB-100 is the first ladies watch from Casio to adopt their Global Time Sync concept for accurate time across the world.
The latest 2-step verification option, Google Prompt, uses the Google app on your smartphone to validate authentic login attempts.
MSI has announced the GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 Sea Hawk EK X cards, both of which will come with pre-installed water blocks from EKWB. They're ready for custom liquid-cooling alright.
The rumored upgrades for the Samsung Galaxy S8 are expected, right?
The OnePlus 3 may come with a whopping 6GB of RAM, but it does not make full use of the available RAM. Why is that so? OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei explains why.
Monday, 20 Jun 2016
SteelSeries has updated its Rival series of gaming mice with the Rival 700, a right-handed mouse with unique features like haptic feedback, an OLED display, and a modular sensor and palm rest.
If you still pine for the days of authentic 8-bit gaming, or you have a whole pile of old Game Boy cartridges stashed away somewhere, this is the gadget for you! Hyperkin's Smart Boy Development Kit will let your Android smartphone play any Game Boy or Game Boy Color game cartridge.
NVIDIA has announced Tesla P100 and claims it’s the most advanced GPU for PCIe-based servers. Based on the Pascal GPU architecture, the new GPU is targeted at deep learning applications, as well as for mixed applications hosted at data centers.