CES 2014


Turtle Beach Announces the Titanfall Earforce Atlas Gaming Headset

Turtle Beach has announced their official Titanfall gaming headset, the Titanfall Earforce Atlas. The Earforce Atlas comes with a slew of features including the ability to mix game and chat volume, a removable microphone, a twist-cup design, and mic monitoring. The Titanfall Earforce Atlas will also include an Xbox One headset adapter. There’s no exact… View Article


CES 2014: Mad Catz Announces the R.A.T. Tournament Edition Gaming Mouse

Mad Catz, at CES, announced their new R.A.T. Tournament Edition mouse designed for professional and competitive gamers. The R.A.T. TE features a new Phillips Doppler laser sensors that gives the mouse a maximum tracking speed of 8200 DPI. The mouse’s weight has also been reduced, along with improved speed and resolution for, according to Mad… View Article


CES 2014: Project Christine is Razer’s Modular Gaming PC Concept

Razer has outdone itself again with the unveiling of their modular gaming PC concept dubbed by the company as Project Christine. The PC platform has always been known as an intimidating platform due to the amount of hardware knowledge one must have to build, customize, and upgrade a PC. Project Christine will allow any user,… View Article


CES 2014: Sony Announces “Playstation Now”, Cloud-based Game Streaming Service

Back when Sony revealed the Playstation 4, they also talked about a cloud-based game streaming service that would enable gamers to play “classic” Playstation titles on the Playstation 4 and other Sony platforms. Yesterday at Sony’s CES 2014 press conference, they officially announced that service – now officially called Playstation Now – and will be… View Article


CES 2014: Razer Enters a New Market with the Nabu Smartband

Last year Razer surprised us at CES 2013 with their foray into the tablet market with the Razer Edge. This year they’re doing it again with the Razer Nabu – a smartband that combines the features of smartwatches and fitness trackers together and adds some band-to-band social connectivity and “gamification” into the mix. The Razer… View Article


CES 2014: Samsung Outs Slew of New Tablets Including the 12-inch NotePRO and TabPRO

Samsung today revealed the Samsung Galaxy NotePRO and TabPRO line of tablets. The Galaxy NotePRO is a 12.2-inch tablet whilst the TabPRO comes in 12.2-, 10.1-, and 8.4-inch sizes. The unveiling of the NotePRO and TabPRO signify the birth of a new tablet size category with their humongous 12.2-inch screens. The Samsung Galaxy NotePRO and… View Article


CES 2014: ASUS Announces ROG SWIFT PG278Q Gaming Monitor With Nvidia G-Sync

ASUS today announced the ROG Swift PG278Q 27-inch gaming monitor. The Swift PG278Q features WQHD (2560 x 1440) resolution, 120+ Hz refresh rate, and 1ms response time. It also features ASUS GamePlus and NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ technology. ASUS GamePlus is an OSD overlay that enables crosshair and timer functions to be displayed on the monitor. Gamers… View Article


CES 2014: ASUS Unveils the Transformer Book Duet (TD300) – Quad-mode, Dual-OS Laptop and Tablet Convertible

ASUS today announced their  new quad-mode, dual-OS laptop and tablet convertible – the Transformer Book Duet (TD300). The Transformer Book Duet allows users to switch between Windows and Android in, according to ASUS, just four seconds with a push of the Instant Switch button or a virtual key on the tablet. Transformer Book Duet features… View Article


CES 2014: Valve Reveals the First Generation of Steam Machines

Valve, during their CES press conference, has revealed their hardware partners that will release the first generation of Steam Machines running Valve’s own SteamOS. Valve’s Gabe Newell announced 13 different Steam Machines from 13 partners which include Alienware, Gigabyte, iBuyPower, and Origin, with varying specs and price. Not all the manufacturers detailed specifications and price… View Article


CES 2014: Nvidia Unveils the 192-core Tegra K1 Super Chip

Nvidia, during their press conference at CES, unveiled their new mobile processor – the Tegra K1. The K1 is a 192-core chip that features Nvidia’s Kepler architecture; the same architecture found in the Nvdia GeForce GTX 780 Ti, Nvidia’s (and probably the world’s) fastest GPU. “Over the past two decades, NVIDIA invented the GPU and… View Article