Category Archives: GAMING

PC, Mac, Console, Mobile or whatever – basically, it is all about gaming and its related peripherals.

Magic Leap One Mixed Reality Goggles Is Set To Available Sometime In 2018

After years in the making, the much anticipated mixed reality device, Magic Leap One, is finally going to be available soon – in 2018, but only to developers first. I guess at least it is a start. The setup include a somewhat steampunk-ish goggles (the headset), a controller called, well, ‘control’, and a small, waist-worn hardware unit (the brain). The goggles will be customizable to the wearer’s face and it would likely support prescription lenses for the benefit of those who have myopia. In addition, it will get four built-in microphones, high-end but really tiny speakers at the temples for recreating spatial sound, and an array of cameras for tracking in real-time. Continue reading Magic Leap One Mixed Reality Goggles Is Set To Available Sometime In 2018

With Star Trek BORG Cube PC, Your Assimilation With PC Will Be Complete

Fans of Star Trek will be familiar with the recurring antagonist, an alien group known as Borg. The Borg you see here is not as sinister as the alien beings who forcefully make their captives assimilate. In fact, I think it is the opposite. However, if using a computer for work and entertainment, including gaming, are viewed as sins, then The Borg Cube PC might very well be evil. But who the hell cares? Seriously, a PC in the likeness of the Borg cube? Well, I’d say shut up and take my money! There are two versions of The Borg Cube PC: a 6-inch cube (herein known as The Borg Micro Cube) designed for productivity and entertainment (you know, surfing the Internet, watching movies and whatnot) and a larger 12-inch version (known as The Borg VR Cube) rigged for gaming. Continue reading With Star Trek BORG Cube PC, Your Assimilation With PC Will Be Complete

Believe It Or Not, This 1:1 Scale Iron Man Is A Custom PC Case Mod

With so many talented PC modders around, there is certainly no “the best PC mod” but there is surely the biggest when it comes to scale. Now, you must be thinking, ‘what’s there to be scale when it comes to PC mod?’ Well, that my friend is exactly what this Life-size Iron Man Mk 45 PC Case Mode is about. It is a PC buried inside a custom PC case inspired by Tony Stark’s Iron Man Mk 45 suit and it is indeed 1:1 scale. A life-size PC case mod. Take a moment to imagine that, my friends. I’d be lying if I were to say my mind wasn’t totally blown away when I first lay eyes on it. Continue reading Believe It Or Not, This 1:1 Scale Iron Man Is A Custom PC Case Mod

This Nintendo-Inspired Gaming Device Is Modular, Can Do More Than Gaming

Rejoice, tinkerers with the love for retro gaming, specifically portable gaming. Clockwork Tech has announced a new piece of gadget that will satisfy both your love for retro gaming on-the-go and the need to tinker. Called GameShell, it is a modular retro game console that not only allows you to play retro games, it is also a DIY mini-computing platform. Thanks to its modular design and its open source nature, you can turn this Nintendo GameBoy lookalike device into a wireless speaker, a remote for home automation or LEGO robot, or you can simply create your own games and mods using supported programming languages like preset C, Python, LUA, and LISP. Continue reading This Nintendo-Inspired Gaming Device Is Modular, Can Do More Than Gaming

Razer’s First Smartphone May Just Be The First True Gamers’ Mobile Phone

Today, or yesterday for some, the gaming lifestyle company with its roots in gaming mice, Razer, has made its first smartphone official. Simply called The Razer Phone, this all-black device is armed with the world’s first 120 Hz UltraMotion screen, Dolby Atmos audio technology and “lightning-fast” performance that will redefine mobile entertainment. With the 5.72-inch QHD IGZO LCD blessed with the world’s first 120 Hz UltraMotion display, it promised to deliver “the fastest refresh rates and smoothest graphics” though adaptive refresh technology that synchronizes the GPU and display to eliminate image tearing or lag while remaining power efficient. Continue reading Razer’s First Smartphone May Just Be The First True Gamers’ Mobile Phone

R-Kaid-R Portable Arcade Has A Big Brother That Lets Two Game Together

Take your love for arcade gaming anywhere with the Cary42, a portable arcade gaming device created by the very talented Love Hulten. Inspired by attaché cases, the Cary42 is the updated big brother of the R-Kaid-R from a few years ago. Not only is it larger, it is also a tad more ‘sociable’ now because it comes with two sets of joy stick and buttons combo that will allow two players to enjoy classic co-op titles like Metal Slug, Gauntlet, and Contra. And if your buddy and yourself ever find that 100 games aren’t enough, there’s a USB port that will let you store over 10,000 emulated games of your choosing, so you guys will never run out of games to play. Continue reading R-Kaid-R Portable Arcade Has A Big Brother That Lets Two Game Together

This Maingear 1ofONE Build Has Fizzling Cooling Fluid That Looks Like Coca-Cola Flowing Through It

Do you know that soft drink giant Coca-Cola is involved in eSports? Yeah. They are and TBH, I have no idea at all. But now I do because of this awesome Maingear x Coke eSports 1ofONE Coca-Cola Gaming PC. Yup. It is a Coke-branded PC, alright, but do not mistaken it as just a regular rectangular PC case slapped with Coca-Cola branding. It is a lot more than that. I mean, it is still a fairly regular rectangular case with pretty red and white Coca-Cola branding and Coke eSports branding, but under the hood, it has some really, really interesting bits. Continue reading This Maingear 1ofONE Build Has Fizzling Cooling Fluid That Looks Like Coca-Cola Flowing Through It

Oh Look, Playstation Now Has A Tiny PS4 Gamepad For Tiny Hands

Look at the Playstation DualShock4 controller. Are there anything wrong with it? With an ergonomic design, there are hardly anything wrong with it, but if you think the wireless freedom it offers and the size is a tad too big for your tiny hands, well then, Sony Playstation’s newly announced Sony Playstation Mini Wired Gamepad for PS4 will have you covered. Yes. It is supposed to be small, but to be honest, not by a lot (Sony said it is 40% smaller, btw). It looks kind of neat, I am not going to lie, but that’s if you can ignore the irritable cable sticking out of it. Continue reading Oh Look, Playstation Now Has A Tiny PS4 Gamepad For Tiny Hands

Turtle Beach Recon Camo: Camo Is The Reason Why I Need This Gaming Headset

Turtle Beach has announced a new gaming headset that is is totally worthy of our attention because of two key reasons: one, it is multiplatform, which means you don’t quite need to worry about the changing platforms and two, camouflage. With a camouflage design, the Turtle Beach Recon Camo Mutliplatform Gaming Headset tickles our fancy right away. The camo it has seems to make everything else fade into the background. Yes. I am this big of a fan of all-thing camouflage. You can even call me a sucker for camo, I don’t care. It is the truth anyways. Continue reading Turtle Beach Recon Camo: Camo Is The Reason Why I Need This Gaming Headset

HP Omen X VR Backpack Is Finally A Reality, But At A Cost Of An Arm Or A Leg

I am not going lie. I did not follow closely with the upcoming ‘trend’ of virtual reality backpack and therefore, it now comes as a surprise to me that the HP’s virtual reality backpack, dubbed Omen X, has not been shipped until today. OK. Technically speaking, it is not shipping today because, at the time of this writing, both the Omen X Compact Desktop PC P1000-010, which cost a grand $2,499.99, and the $499.99 Omen X Desktop VR Backpack, which the former will slip into to turn a regular desktop PC into a VR backpack, are listed as “Out of Stock.” Continue reading HP Omen X VR Backpack Is Finally A Reality, But At A Cost Of An Arm Or A Leg