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Razer enters PC component market with plenty of Chroma

Razer enters PC component market with plenty of Chroma

Razer announced a variety of new PC components this week with an ultimate goal of fully outfitting your top-tier DIY gaming rig. AIO Liquid Coolers, Case Fans, PWM Fan Controllers, Platinum PSUs, and Razer Chroma lighting through the whole set. Some of these devices will be released soon, others will appear in early 2022!

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TOSY Flying Duo Review : Like a TRON Light Disc, but real

TOSY Flying Duo Review : Like a TRON Light Disc, but real

Today we're taking a peek at the TOSY Flying Duo - two flying toys from RoboFi that roll with LED lights aplenty. The TOSY Flying Disc and the TOSY Boomerang make up the TOSY Flying Duo, sold together in a package originally crowdfunded with Kickstarter. We've been playing with both of these devices for a couple of weeks, and they're surprisingly great.

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Samsung’s PixCell LED promises safer automotive lighting for the future

Samsung’s PixCell LED promises safer automotive lighting for the future

One of the driving forces in the automotive manufacturing industry is improved safety. Active safety systems are a major part of all new vehicle designs in recent years. Significant work is being put into assisting drivers and providing solutions to help the driver navigate and anticipate danger while improving the overall driving experience. Samsung says one most promising innovations for helping improve automotive safety is lighting.

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Razer’s high-tech Project Hazel mask just got some outstanding news

Razer’s high-tech Project Hazel mask just got some outstanding news

Earlier this year, Razer revealed an interesting RGB mask it called Project Hazel. Of course, there's a joke about Razer sticking RGB on everything just for the sake of RGB, but beyond the lights, Project Hazel was seemed like a fairly high-tech wearable, with filters, speakers, and even a case that uses ultraviolet light to sterilize the mask when not in use. Now, it seems that Project Hazel is going to become a reality.

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Razer Project Brooklyn concept is a gaming chair with a roll-out display

Razer Project Brooklyn concept is a gaming chair with a roll-out display

Razer Project Brooklyn is one of two major concept designs made by the company for CES 2021. Like past CES concepts from Razer, it's unlikely that the machine will be released in the form in which you see it right this minute. The chair has a foldable display that fits in the back of the chair when not in use, full body haptic feedback, speaker system, and Razer Chroma LED lighting.

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Razer Project Hazel is the smart mask ideal

Razer Project Hazel is the smart mask ideal

Razer is notorious for awesome conceptual works of industrial design made specifically for presentation at CES. While some of these projects have elements that make their way to finalized, market-ready products, some of the most outlandish projects never quite make the cut. With Razer Project Hazel, the times in which we live might well dictate the necessity for a final product.

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The first iPad of the year tipped for 2021

The first iPad of the year tipped for 2021

News of the first iPad release of the year for 2021 was revealed over the weekend. This first Apple tablet of the year is tipped to be an iPad Pro of the 12.9-inch variety. This might well be the first iPad Pro with a mini-LED display, delivering a very early high point in the year's offerings from Apple.

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MIT creates a tiny LED that can be integrated directly into computer chips

MIT creates a tiny LED that can be integrated directly into computer chips

LEDs are used in all manner of projects and devices from living room lights to microelectronics. One example in a common device is the use of an LED proximity sensor in many smartphones. That sensor can tell if the device is next to your face and turn the screen off as a result. LEDs are also used for distance measurement in autofocus cameras and gesture recognition.

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iPad’s next secret weapon may guide the industry in 2021

iPad’s next secret weapon may guide the industry in 2021

The next major innovation in display technology will likely appear on an iPad in 2021. The most recent report on the manufacturing of the technology came from sources with knowledge on LG Display, who'll apparently supply Apple with mini LED backlight LCD panels. What's this mean for the rest of the smart device industry?

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra may have most wild camera array yet

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra may have most wild camera array yet

A set of images revealed this week show the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with a previously unknown sensor. This new sensor sits among four cameras - and may be part of a 5-camera array. This newest set of images shows the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with a corner-set camera array with four circles in a square, interrupted by an LED flash, and a fifth (likely telephoto lens) just below.

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Next iPad Pros might feature LG mini-LED displays

Next iPad Pros might feature LG mini-LED displays

TV screen technologies are coming to mobile computers in more ways than one. Last year saw Samsung's launch of the first QLED screen on a laptop and this year might see the first mini-LED display on a tablet. That will come via Apple's new iPad Pros that are expected to debut later this year, utilizing LG's expertise and resources to upgrade what is already touted to be one of the finest tablets screens in the market.

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MacBook Pro, iMac Pro, other mini-LED products tipped

MacBook Pro, iMac Pro, other mini-LED products tipped

Today a set of new Apple products were tipped for release in the next few months with mini-LED technology inside. Information comes largely from Apple-centric analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who suggests that production of this new set of six devices is not expected to be delayed by COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) over the next couple of years. These products are going to be bright!

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