Tagged: NVIDIA

E3 2017: Alienware Showcases New Gaming Mice, Keyboards, and Monitors

With so much to see at once at e3, we’re not surprised that there is STILL more to cover. At E3 2017, Alienware threw their own collection of new PC peripherals into the mix, showcasing new mice, keyboards, and monitors. Alienware went with two tiers for the mice and keyboards, with the lower end being of a very approachable price point while the higher end is more feature-heavy. The two monitor choices give gamers two flavors...

Samsung Notebook Odyssey Gaming Notebook Review

With Samsung covering practically all fields electronic, including VR, PC and other gaming solutions, you’d think there would have been a Samsung PC gaming solution already out there. Finally, Samsung’s very first PC gaming solution comes to us in the form of the Samsung Notebook Odyssey. Introduced back at CES 2017, the Samsung Notebook Odyssey comes in two sizes, with the 15.6 inch model coming in both black and white, and the 17.3 inch model...

CES 2017: Razer Unveils Project Ariana & Project Valerie

Innovation in display was the name of the game at Razer’s CES 2017 booth. Razer showcased two new products in works in the form of Project Ariana and Project Valerie. Each product is designed to bring a new way to how we visually immerse in games. Also, each product received various awards coming from either CES or other outlets, with Project Ariana hauling in another “Best of CES” award for Razer for “Best Gaming”. Let’s...

PAX West 2016: Razer Keynote Announcements

At PAX West 2016, Razer held a keynote to announce upgrades to their existing products as well as new products. Upgrades for the internals of the Razer Blade and Razer Blade Stealth were announced, keeping each laptop up to par with today’s laptop processing demands. New in their extensive gaming keyboard selection is the Razer Ornata and Razer Ornata Chroma. Also new is the product of their latest partnership with MAINGEAR in the form of...

Nvidia Shield is Coming to Your Living Room

Unless you’ve been stuck under a rock or voluntarily living underneath it, you’ve probably heard of Nvidia’s Shield line of products. The first and second iterations of the product line involved a tablet paired with Nvidia’s own game controller for portable gaming. The latest incarnation no longer aims to travel with you but is designed to transform your entertainment center, more specifically, the TV. Based off Android TV, Nvidia’s Shield comes installed with TegraZone, which...

HTC Announces the HTC Desire Eye, Re, and the Nexus 9

HTC Announces the HTC Desire Eye, HTC Re, and Nexus 9 In a span of 2 weeks, HTC has announced several new products in hardware and software. On Thursday October 9 at Double Experience, we were shown the bulk of HTC’s latest innovations such as the HTC Desire Eye, a product dead set on pushing the envelope on HTC’s mid-tier HTC Desire phone line-up. The phone made for enhancing how we take pictures uses the...

NVIDIA Shield and ScreenBeam at Pax Prime

At Pax Prime 2013, NVIDA showcased their frontline Android-based portable gaming system, the SHIELD. The device was announced around the beginning of this year, and was showcased at both CES and Pax East. Aside from being a robust stand-alone device, we have also seen the headline feature of streaming PC games to the handheld. As an added bonus we got to see this feature work “in reverse” in a hands on demo with ActionTec’s ScreenBeam:...

Hisense Unveils the Sero 7 Tablets

On May 23rd in New York City, Hisense introduced their contribution to the crowded Android tablet market and explained why the Sero 7 series of tablets deserve our attention. They pulled no punches by teaming up with NVIDIA and Walmart to ensure their attack is a little more than a just a jab at their competition. The two tablets shown were the Sero 7 LT and the Sero 7 Pro. Each tablet displays respectable specs. But...

[PAX East 2013] Powerhouse Gaming Laptops by ASUS & MSI – First Impressions

In the world of PC gaming, it is commonplace for your traditional PC gamer to have a rig that they built themselves. I still have mine, although it was built during the creation of Stonehenge. But how about your closed-quarters gamer looking for a desktop replacement? Not everyone has the space for a 500 key Razer keyboard with a game stats screen. So what do gamer-supporting computer companies consider a proper all-in-one gaming package? On...

Mobile Gaming Battle Royale at CES 2013

As CES 2013, we met up with several companies that were entering the mobile gaming market, particularly on the iOS and Android platforms. We were particularly interested in the Android presentations, given the inherent “freedom” of the platform, as they we able to bring out more “unique” products; mainly saying, new full-blown devices built around the OS. It was a refreshing walk-through of creative approaches to making touch-screen games more friendly to both the casual...