Hardware

This past weekend over on Twitter, the official accounts for NVIDIA GeForce and Cyberpunk 2077 engaged in quite the interesting exchange. What began with @Cyberpunk games tweeting a request for a limited edition Cyberpunk 2077 themed GPU, resulted in GeForce responding with a blurry image of a graphics card and the message “Stay tuned…” Just
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Razer has just released new and improved versions of their most popular elite gaming mice – the DeathAdder V2 and the Basilisk V2. A longtime favorite of discerning PC gamers and casuals, the original DeathAdder has sold more than 10 million units worldwide. The Basilisk appeals more to the hardcore gamer and features 11 programmable
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To get the lingering Google Stadia question out of the way first: If you have a solid internet connection, it works! Google Stadia functions surprisingly well, actually, and is definitely the best cloud-based gaming experience in the industry. Even if it is not 100% devoid of any issues, things like input lag are rarely problematic.
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Long gone are the days when the budget gamer could settle for low-cost, disposable headsets as their only option for chatting in multiplayer titles. By quickly checking Amazon for cheap gaming headsets you can find a range of products easily below $50 with RGB, noise canceling, and cross-console compatibility.  But so many of these are
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When I first heard about Shadow–the cloud-based gaming service–I was excited. When I loaded it up for the first time in Starbucks on Jamaica Ave–I was impressed. When I loaded up the Shadow Ghost–I was disappointed. Shadow is pretty simple to understand after you’ve explained it to all your friends and family twice. There’s a
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AVerMedia is a company you’ll no doubt have heard of if you’ve looked into streaming. They’ve got a range of capture cards, both internal and external, sound bars, and even headphones. Today, AVerMedia Technologies has announced Live Streamer MIC 133. A brand new unidirectional condenser microphone targeted at streamers. The Live Streamer MIC 133 is part of the Live
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Having keyboard and mouse support on the Xbox One is strange, especially for a PC player. We’ve all seen the competitive edge that the characters, punctuation, and digits can give players when competing against controllers in cross-play games like Fortnite. It shouldn’t be a surprise though that Xbox is now supporting Keyboard and Mouse since you
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In the past, I wrote about my dissatisfaction with Nintendo’s lackluster smorgasbord of Switch variants. While the Pokémon: Let’s Go pair of Switch bundles offer a refreshingly colorful (and non-neon!) set of Joy-Con, I ultimately concluded that Nintendo’s current fleet of Switch designs are entirely too tasteful. While I could understand why someone would want
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Shadow is a company that recently began offering off-site virtual gaming PCs for a monthly subscription, but is their service the solution to getting into PC gaming? You may have started seeing ads on Facebook or Reddit for Shadow, a subscription-based PC gaming service that promises top-tier gaming performance for $34.95, or for $24.95 if
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LG is breaking into the gaming market with their new high-performance UltraGear gaming monitor by hosting a PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Open Bracket. Players have the chance to try out LG’s newest gaming monitors, the LG UltraGear line, as well as an opportunity to face off against members of the FaZe Clan. Though the company isn’t known for
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Razer, known for their gaming keyboards, mice, headphones, laptops, and even the Razer Phone has released a new mechanical keyboard named BlackWidow Lite. This new keyboard comes after the previous version, the BlackWidow Elite which we’ve reviewed. This new keyboard is a fully functioning mechanical keyboard that has been designed to be more minimalistic and silent. I’m usually
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Whether you’re a fan of mechanical keyboards or not, Razer’s BlackWidow Elite stands as a complete keyboard option for people who just like fancy lights or people who need the “military-grade” aluminum because they know they’ll put it through its paces. It’s hard to call something “beautiful” that just makes incessant clicky-clack noises all day,
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