Microsoft must be dying to show off its next-generation game console, codename Project Scorpio. Why? Because, the software giant already had a pre-order page put up on its online store since two weeks ago. However, it is not quite a pre-order page per se, it is more like ‘hey guys, you know our next-gen game console is coming’ page. Though we have no doubt it will be converted to a pre-order page once it lands later this year. That said, details are still sketchy at best. Continue reading Microsoft Project Scorpio’s ‘Pre-order’ Is Live, But No Pre-ordering Yet
Ever wonder how will a Razer desktop look like? Well, then look no further than the Lenovo Y900 Razer Edition Gaming Desktop PC. Granted, the Lenovo Y900 Razer Edition is not exactly a Razer’s own desktop gaming rig, but rest assure that you will have all your Razer-oriented gaming needs in one uber sleek desktop machine. What you will get is a complete setup which includes a Y27G curved gaming monitor boosting 144Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-Sync support, overclockable Intel processor and GTX 1080 graphics card (unfortunately, the latest 1080 Ti isn’t on the menu), and Chroma-goodness – thanks to the inclusion of Razer hardware comprising of Razer BlackWidow Chroma Mechanical Keyboard and Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Mouse. Continue reading Lenovo’s Razer Edition Is The Closest Thing You’ll Get To A Razer Desktop
Game graphics requirement and graphics card are like two knife-wielding person stabbing at each other. You never know which demands the bump in technology first; the game or the graphics card. That’s one mystery which I attribute to as the magic of supply and demand. Anyways, barely a year on since the introduction of NVIDIA’s flagship GeForce GTX “with shocking sticker,” the Santa Clara graphics card maker has unveiled its newest flagship, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, at the 2017 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Continue reading NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Staked Claim As World’s Fastest Gaming GPU
Although life goes on for hardcore Playstation fans who missed out on the opportunity to own a 20th anniversary retro colorway Playstation 4, the stinging soreness of missing out the limited sale, or winning one, remains, and let me tell you this as a big Playstation fan: the feeling sucks. The soreness will be forever there even as we go about enjoying our regular Playstation 4 because the significance of that rig goes beyond the colorway. It is a reminder, a homage to the game console that changed how we game. This being the 21st century, not all hopes are lost. You can probably get a pre-owned set on eBay or Craigslist, at a mind-blowing price, or you could turn to this Indian company’s creation: Nova Starke Limited Playstation 4 Slim Retro Game Console. Continue reading India’s Nova Starke Gave PS4 Slim A Coat Of Nostalgic Gray
Announced last November, Razer Tournament-grade controller for Playstation 4 designed for Esports is now available in exchange for £149.99 (or about $186) of your hard-earned money. Don’t ask me why it has every other currency and not in US dollars. We can’t find it on U.S. online store either. Maybe it was an oversight? I don’t know. Anyways, if you are clueless about this pro-grade controller, it features additional programmable buttons, optimized esports ergonomics, and a Quick Control Panel, located conveniently on the front of the controller. The controller is pretty much the result of esports athletes’ input (particularly in the ergonomic aspect) and it was developed in close collaboration with Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe (SIEE). Continue reading Razer Raiju Gaming Controller for PS4 Designed For Esports Launched
You how Razer Chroma adds game immersion with the help of multicolor light? Apparently, that’s isn’t quite enough and surely it isn’t. It is only as immersive if the entire room, or at least what’s in front of you, is engulfed in the game and that, folks, is exactly what Razer’s Project Ariana, the future of Razer Chroma, will do. Project Ariana is essentially a high-definition, but project movies or photos, it does not; instead it leverages on its ultra-wide fisheye lens and advanced processing capabilities to bathe your gaming room with in-game elements. Continue reading Razer’s Project Ariana Want To Extend Your Gaming Onto The Room Walls
So you think a curved display laptop is crazy? Well, it is, but that’s until Razer’s bold and pretty much classified as mental multi-monitor laptop comes along. Code name Project Valarie, this ambitious multi-monitor gaming laptop promised a whole new level of immersion even when you are on the road and yes, you heard that right, this thing is a beast and it has not one, not two, but three displays built into it. Looking like a gadget straight out of sci-fi movies, Project Valarie’s three monitor automatically deploys when, presumably, the lid is flipped open. Continue reading Crazy Concept Gaming Laptop From Razer Packs Three 4K Monitors!
Samsung isn’t exactly the name for gaming hardware, but that hasn’t stop this other South Korean electronics giant, Samsung, from diving into it. The company’s first-ever gaming laptop, Notebook Odyssey made its debut yesterday and boy, does it look all business. It even as a specially designed logo to show it does indeed mean business (think: ASUS ROG). Coming at 17.3-inch and 15.6-inch, Notebook Odyssey is, expected, Samsung kind of sleek and touting quite a few delightful features which include an advanced cooling and ventilation system known as HexaFlow Vent, 7th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GTX1050 graphics with up to 4GB VRAM, up to 300 nits backlit anti-glare FHD display, ergonomically curved keycaps, backlit WASD keys (15-inch model only), and customizable backlit color of individual keycaps (17-inch model). Continue reading Meet Notebook Odyssey, Samsung’s First-ever Gaming Laptop
Good news, retro gaming fanatics! You can consider ditching your many retro consoles and enjoy all you favorite retro video games from a single, palm-size console – thanks to RetroEngine Sigma. RetroEngine Sigma, the brainchild of Doyodo Team, is style retro-listically too, with a form that looks much like the Sega Mega Drive AKA Genesis. Beyond the retro look and under the hood, this dream retro console is all modern, packing a 4-core processor along with a pair of USB for any USB controller, HDMI output for hooking up with modern TV sets, and an additional expansion port by the way of a micro USB port that, when used with an adapter, can support another USB controller, or Bluetooth dongle, or rigging up to a USB hub. Continue reading Forget About Multiple Retro Consoles Cos’ This One Plays Them All
What can a brilliant electronics and software tinkerer who has a specially affinity for the classic Game Boy portable gaming device do? I don’t know. Maybe cobbled up a what could be the world’s smallest and functional Game Boy Color? Well, as it turns out, that was exactly what Jeroen Domburg, the man behind Sprite_tm, did. Thanks to the technology available today, he was able to put together a super tiny Game Boy that is little bigger than a grown man’s thumb (yes, that small!) and the most brilliant part is, it actually works! Continue reading Mind-blown: Keychain Size DIY Game Boy Color Actually Works!