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The EwinRacing Champion Series Gaming Chair is the upgrade you need

EwinRacing Champion
I’ve had my current gaming chair for quite some time now and had no real plans to replace it any time soon. However, after building and sitting in one of the EwinRacing Champion Series chairs for the last two weeks, I’ve definitely changed my mind. The EwinRacing Champion arrives in a pretty sizable box,...

New Nintendo Switch versions are planned to ship this summer, sources say

New Nintendo Switch in development
Nintendo is expected to release two new versions of their Switch this summer, according to Wall Street Journal sources, in the effort to keep the console's sales momentum. The first version will be a cheaper model of the existing one, for the more casual audience, serving as a replacement...

Snakebyte’s Head:Set Pro offers premium performance without the premium price

Snakebyte, a boutique gaming company based in Germany, has announced a new premium gaming headset - Head:Set Pro. This new gaming headset aims to deliver a high-end experience, but with a reasonable price tag. The new headset supports a 7.1 virtual surround, assisting gamers at pinpointing accurately where...

Asus announces new series of Z390 motherboards

With the echoes of Intel's 9th generation CPUs launch still in the air, Asus doesn't miss a beat as they launch their new motherboards series for the Z390 chipset. A year after the six cores Coffee Lake generation launch, Intel is back again with more cores, higher frequencies, and the new Z390 chipset. Intel's 9th generation CPU will support up...

AOC’s AGON 3 gaming monitors feature sleek design and stunning refresh rate

AOC AGON 3 monitors
Over the years, AOC has become a solid brand of gaming monitors, providing high value for your money. Now, they are hoping to continue that reputation with the new AGON III series of monitors, and we are here to bring you all the juicy details. https://youtu.be/FNxq1lsVa04 AOC AG273QCX Monitor The AG273QCX is a curved, 27" QHD (2560 x 1440) monitor featuring a 144Hz refresh rate and...

Razer announces the Razer Phone – a Smartphone for gamers

Razer Phone
Razer, the gaming hardware giant, has launched its latest product - the Razer Phone, a smartphone designed for gaming. First thing's first - the dimensions. The Razer Phone is 158.5 x 77.7 x 8 mm (6.24 x 3.06 x 0.31 in), and it is encased in an aluminum body. You can see how it looks in the video below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zSsIhOkMgo The main problem...

Xbox Gamescom 2017 event: more pixels, cross-play, and games

Xbox Gamescom 2017
If you managed to miss the Xbox show at Gamescom 2017, don't you worry, because we got you covered. You can start by watching the highlights in the video above, and then join us as we run through the list of announcements. Microsoft is really warming up the scene, with a bombardment of new features for the Xbox gaming platform,...

Microsoft reveals the new Xbox One Dashboard, Spotify support

Xbox One Dashboard
The New Xbox One Dashboard Mike Ybarra, Corporate VP of Xbox Platform Engineering, showcased the next updates for the Xbox One, alongside Larry Hryb, a.k.a. Major Nelson, Director of Programming. You can watch the video to get a sense of what the new Xbox One Dashboard looks and feels like. The main focus is to try and make the UI as simple as...

Project Scorpio is Xbox One X, coming November for $500

Xbox One X
Xbox One X is officially the name of Project Scorpio, Microsoft's new console. It is currently scheduled to hit the market on November 7, and is priced at $499 (£449 / €499 / $499 / CAD 599 / AUS 649 in other regions). The new console is both the most powerful console ever made, and the small Xbox console ever, which...

Microsoft gushes over the Project Scorpio dev kit in a new video

Project Scorpio dev kit
Microsoft is finally ready to talk about Project Scorpio, just not the one you'll be able to buy and play on later this year. No, the video above is about the Project Scorpio dev kit, and all the neat features it has that developers will absolutely love. Director of Programming for Xbox Live Larry Hryb, also known as Major Nelson, talks with Kevin Gammill...

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