Wednesday, 6 Jun 2012
Powered by Razer's new 8200 dpi 4G Dual Sensor System, the Razer Taipan incorporates Z-axis tracking, and liftoff cutoff customization to ensure that aim is precise. Also, its symmetrical shape with narrow footprint and arched back as well as its optimal grip profile has been tweaked to suit a wide variety of players.
The ASUS Zeus is an Intel X79-based motherboard that features dual-GPU onboard graphics that are PCIe Gen 3 compliant. Supporting up to 128GB of quad-channel memory, the board literally goes overboard with ten SATA 6Gbps connectors and twelve USB 3.0 ports (six rear, six via onboard headers).
Based on the Intel Z77 Chipset, the ROG Maximus V Formula Gaming motherboard supports both second and third gen Intel Core processors, and employs Fusion Thermo, an exclusive dual configuration which provides both air and water cooling. SupremeFX IV audio and GameFirst II further add-on to the board's impressive feature list.
Equipped with some of the highest rated hardware specs for a branded gaming desktop system this side of Asia, the ROG Tytan CG8890 tops itself by physically transforming to a turbo-boost mode upon a button press. More details inside.
You might not be familiar with the name "Colorful", but they have two of the most out of this world custom GeForce GTX 680 graphics cards that borders on being completely ridiculous.
Ultrabooks with touch screen are expected to dominate the laptop market this year with the launch of Microsoft's latest Windows 8 operating system.
Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
MSI releases a slew of new graphics cards at Computex 2012 featuring their own proprietary technologies in order to eke out the highest possible performance from the products.
GeForce GTX 660M equipped notebooks are still scarce and the new Gigabyte P2542 gaming notebook we came across is the first we've personally seen. Find out what's it equipped with and what we thought about it.
Fans of mechanical keyboards rejoice, Rosewill has just announced their RK-9100 series of mechanical keyboards at Computex 2012.
ASUS further fortified their excellent range of graphics cards with an overclocker-crazy ROG Matrix 7970, which is based off AMD's top single GPU - the Radeon HD 7970. Go on, we know you want to check it out!