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Gigabyte is a name synonymous with high-end gaming hardware, and the company is hoping to live up to its reputation with the release of the new Aorus CV27Q Tactical Gaming Monitor. The display is feature-packed and measures 27 inches diagonally with a 1500R curvature. The Aorus CV27Q features an 8-bit VA panel... Read more...
We are still catching up on all of the announcements from Computex last weekthere were a lot of products unveiledand one that initially slipped by our radar is a new gaming monitor. Gigabyte announced the AORUS CV27F, a rather boring name for an interesting panel that the company is pitching as the "world's first... Read more...
It has now become easier than ever to rock out in any room of your house. Amazon just announced its latest feature, Alexa Cast. Alexa Cast helps users to better control music streaming on Alexa-enabled devices. Users will be able to more quickly play, pause, and rewind songs through the Amazon Music App. The new... Read more...
The world of digital assistants is a little bit crowded and immensely competitive. Since its introduction, Amazon has looked at ways of setting Alexa apart from the competition, and it just found another oneequalizer controls. In a blog post, Amazon announced it has added EQ and sound mode controls for smart... Read more...
Although NVIDIA officially unveiled its Volta-based GV100 GPU over seven months ago, and an unwitting intern may have leaked pictures of the card we’re going to show you here today shortly thereafter, the NVIDIA TITAN V featuring the GV100 GPU began shipping just this past week. The NVIDIA TITAN V targets a very... Read more...
Gaming audiophiles will love Logitech Gs latest announcement. The company just announced its G533 Wireless Gaming Headset, which promises to provide advanced audio performance and wireless convenience. Ujesh Desai, Vice President and General Manager of the Logitech gaming business, stated, Our audio team set out to... Read more...
It's a new year, which means you may very well be in the market for a new LCD. If you're a gamer, and you're in the market, BenQ's new RL2455HM may be worth a look. Launched at CES 2013, this LCD slots into the company's growing line of gaming monitors. It features a 1ms grey-to-grey response time, 2-watt stereo speakers, dual HDMI ports,... Read more...
Here's a treat for you Android modders heading into the weekend. Work on CyanogenMod 9 is now finished and ready to download as a stable release for the majority of Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) supported devices. Going forward, Cyanogen will turn his attention away from ICS (Android 4.0.x) and focus on Jelly Bean (Android... Read more...
Well here's an exciting bit of news for the modding community. Famed Android modder Steve "Cyanogen" Kondik has made available a build of his aftermarket CyanogenMod firmware for Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone, which has yet to ship in the United States. How so? For starters, the Galaxy S III has been available in... Read more...
Last month, SiSoftware released the 2012 edition of Sandra, the popular system analysis and benchmarking program. We recently sat down with Adrian Silasi, the creator and chief developer of Sandra, to discuss how he got started, how Sandra distinguishes itself in a crowded marketplace, and whether we'll see the utility popping up on other... Read more...
Toshiba announced a new tablet that is ultra-thin and ultra-light. The new AT200 tablet is only 7.7mm thick and weighs about 1.23 pounds. The AT200 runs on Android 3.2 aka Honeycomb and features a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 800. Other key specs include a 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, up to 64GB of internal... Read more...
E3 means new games, but it also means new game consoles, and new peripherals. The accessory makers are certainly out in full force, with Mad Catz using the show to launch a new series of Xbox 360 co-branded, co-licensed headsets. They're some of the most wildly designed headsets that we've seen to date, bringing both aural and microphone abilities... Read more...
My, how the times have changed. Just a few years ago, the vast majority of tablets shipped with resistive touch panels and a stylus to control input. These days, it's all about capacitive and multi-touch. If you can't do it with your fingers, it's not worth doing...or something like that. But E FUN (hardly a household name) is putting the... Read more...
A few months back, we took a look at a true-5.1 channel headset from Psyko.  We started that post off with this opening, “Aside from a powerful graphics card and large monitor, one of the best ways to increase the realism and immersiveness of PC games is with a high-quality, multi-channel speaker setup. Hearing sounds that seemingly... Read more...
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