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CES 2018: Razer Lets You Combine Its Smartphone and Laptop Into One, Called “Project Linda” News 0

News 0 Every year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, technology companies around the world debut their upcoming products and projects. Last year, Razer debuted Project Valerie, a Razer Blade laptop with two additional screens attached to the sides. This year, Razer showcased a concept that’ll make you think “damn, that’s cool,” called Project Linda. […]

CES 2018: HTC Vive Pro Revealed With Improved Design & Resolution, Wireless Adaptor Provides New Level of Freedom News 0

News 0 Following its teasing on Twitter, HTC has unveiled the HTC Vive Pro, a new VR headset that features an overhauled design and high(er)-res display. Focusing on the display, the Vive Pro includes “dual-OLED displays for a crisp picture resolution of 2880 x 1600 combined, a 78% increase in resolution over the current Vive HMD.” Ergonomically, […]

CES 2018: Nvidia Big Format Gaming Displays Revealed: 65″, 4K, 120Hz, HDR, G-Sync, Shield & More News 0

News 0 What do you get when you combine all of the latest must-have display technologies into one gigantic 65″ monitor? The answer is Nvidia BFGD. That is: Big Format Gaming Displays. Announced before, and to be showcased during, CES 2018, these monsters boast 4K, 120Hz, HDR and G-Sync. They’re also compatible with Nvidia Shield, meaning games […]

CES 2018: AMD Reveals 2018 Roadmap – Ryzen 2nd Gen, Ryzen APUs & Vega on 7nm News 0

News 0 AMD has prefaced its CES 2018 showcase by announcing its roadmap for 2018. After taking huge steps forward in 2017, it looks like the momentum is still flowing, with even bigger promises made for 2018. On the CPU side of things, Ryzen desktop and mobile APUs (which combine CPU and GPU performance) are set to […]

Razer Cortex Joins Steam And Nvidia In The Race To Be Your Game Streaming Software Of Choice News 2

News 2 Valve’s Steam platform is undoubtedly the biggest PC Gaming marketplace, but it’s becoming more than just a place to to dump all of your money over holiday sales and send your wallet to therapy because it feels empty. It’s also adding features like music and, as of last year, In-Home Streaming. Also having joined Steam […]

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