- News tagged "gaming"
Saturday, 7 Jan 2017
Linksys has announced no fewer than four new routers at CES 2017. Here is a quick rundown of all of them.
Friday, 6 Jan 2017
Razer always has something impressive to show off at CES, but this year they've really outdone themselves. Project Valerie is a crazy gaming laptop with three built-in 17-inch 4K displays. Open the laptop and the two side screens automatically deploy by sliding out the side.
Thursday, 15 Dec 2016
The 32-inch 4K monitor will have an IPS panel while supporting the HDR10 standard, as well as USB-C connectivity. Other showfloor products include the Chromecast-enabled UltraWide Mobile Monitor, and a 34-inch UltraWide gaming monitor with AMD FreeSync.
Sunday, 20 Nov 2016
LG has announced the local launch of its UltraWide 34UC79G gaming monitor, which features a 34-inch curved display and a native 144Hz refresh rate with support for AMD FreeSync.
Friday, 21 Oct 2016
After more than a year of rumors and leaks, Nintendo has officially unveiled its latest console: the Nintendo Switch. With a unique hybrid form factor, the Switch is both a home console and a handheld device. More details inside.
Razer's new 17-inch Blade Pro gaming notebook features a 4K G-Sync display, GeForce GTX 1080, and loads of other gaming goodies. This is the machine you want to play games on this Christmas.
Thursday, 13 Oct 2016
The new USB capture card comes with built-in console party chat streaming, and it kept the feature where streamers can directly record gameplay to a MicroSD card on the device.
Friday, 30 Sep 2016
ADATA has just launched its latest flagship SSD for consumers, the XPG SX8000, which uses 3D NAND and supports the new NVMe protocol.
Tuesday, 20 Sep 2016
The ASUS ROG Strix Wireless uses 2.4GHz connection, has 7.1-channel virtual surround sound, compatibility across multiple platforms, and 10 hours of battery life.
Saturday, 3 Sep 2016
Samsung has announced three new curved gaming monitors that feature the quantum dot display technology traditionally found in TVs. Quantum dot technology offers more vivid colors and deeper blacks, and Samsung is claiming an overall more immersive experience on its new screens.