This 2.1 PC speaker system is absolutely amazing. Would you believe this thing will crank out 300 watts?
Furthermore its THX certified, and have a Class HD amplifier to power everything. On top of that there are THX Slot Speaker technology integrated into the system with its downward firing mids and highs.
The other day we saw an interesting gaming keyboard from Belkin that was an all-or-nothing setup. Basically, it was good for hardcore gamers, but you still needed to have a separate keyboard just for typing. Here's a new one from Razer that goes to the other end of the spectrum.
Don't you love “special edition” products that just get branded with something else in hopes to lure in more customers? If you love those sorts of products, and happen to play Guild wars, I've got just the mouse for you.
I'm sure plenty of you out there spend a lot of time working on a laptop. I used to be able to get away with just using the touchpad all of the time, however, as I starting relying on my notebook more I finally caved in and gave my index finger a rest. If you're looking for a new mouse to go with your laptop, check out these cool Razer Pro|Click Mobile mice.
I must confess, I love watching TV but the sets themselves generally fail to ignite my enthusiasm. So it's a sign of how cool this new HD DLP from Mitsubishi is that it got me interested; not for the specs - though 57-inches and 1080p are pretty special - but for the achingly thin bezel around the screen.
DAP docks built into keyboards are a great idea; your mp3 player is right in front of you and easily grabbable, so there's no "where did I leave it?!" panic when you're late for the bus, you know it's charged and up to date with your music, and it's easy to connect rather than fiddling around with a cable. Coolest Gadgets were sent some photos of what it's claimed is a Razer keyboard with a Zune dock; they're not sure if it's real or not, but it seems a good idea nonetheless.
An Optimus keyboard would be nice, wouldn't it, but at the moment you'd be lucky to get a sexy rendered picture of one and a couple of mock-up keys. So if the gamer in you wants personalised keys then you'll have to look to other keyboards, less high-tech perhaps than Optimus but at least available in the shops! Razer, known best perhaps for their high-resolution mice, have turned their hand to making the Tarantula gaming keyboard, and our friends over at Everything USB have given it a damned good look finger-battering.
There's no shortage of claims made about the Tarantula, including keys designed to reduce false-presses and decrease reaction time. It also has (some) illuminated keys, media and image editing controls, replaceable key caps and programmable functions (with on-board memory to make it more portable). Finally, and a little confusingly, there's a ostensibly pointless "Battle Dock" with a slooow USB 1.1 connector and very little to plug into it. Nevertheless, Scott Clark (he of the little beard) found it tactile and functional, if lacking in the bling that's so important to some people.
The Razer Pro|Type is the Cadillac of keyboards. There are tons of features like 32kb of memory, a dozen or so programmable hot keys, line-out for audio peripherals and a couple of USB ports. Future Zune owners will most likely buy this keyboard not for the mentioned features but more or less because of the integrated docking station. Keep in mind the information is rather sketchy and may end up not being true at all. However, if there’s any truth to this info, “the world’s most intelligent keyboard,” per Razer, is set to hit the market sometime in November of this year (possibly around the same time frame as the release of the Zune).
MSI shows us that there is no need for gaming laptops to be bulky and awkward; they can be sexy, slim and svelte. Have a look at their latest offerings: the GS70 Stealth and GS60 Ghost notebooks and the sense of light and thin becomes apparent. A look under the hood and the sense of power also gets evident.
Support for the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 800M collection of graphics processors is now ready alongside several other sets of processing hardware for the NVIDIA GameStream experience. What this means for NVIDIA SHIELD owners is that their gaming laptop, if too large for any given situation, can be used to stream games to their NVIDIA SHIELD. This ability will be activated immediately if not soon for a number of Kepler and Maxwell based GPU-toting notebooks.