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Predator Thronos Air makes Acer’s gaming chair even wilder

Predator Thronos Air makes Acer’s gaming chair even wilder

The Predator Thronos is a gaming chair - an amalgamation of parts made by Acer to exemplify the most extreme state of gamer they're able to offer. They made this device not to appeal to the masses, but to draw our eye from the competition. This is not the first time we've seen such an offering from Acer - in fact this is the second "Thronos" the company's revealed - they revealed the first almost exactly one year ago. That was the Predator Thronos, this is the Predator Thronos Air.

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Cyberpunk 2077 deep dive gameplay trailer reveals more Keanu

Cyberpunk 2077 deep dive gameplay trailer reveals more Keanu

The game Cyberpunk 2077 will include futuristic landscapes, cybernetic implants in humans, new types of vehicles and weapons, and other science fiction elements, but none of that matters. Not when the game also has Keanu Reeves, aka Johnny Silverhand, "a rebel rocker boy who will be your companion throughout your adventure in Night City."

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Untitled Goose Game release date revealed at last

Untitled Goose Game release date revealed at last

Today the game known as Untitled Goose Game was given an official release date. It'll arrive on September 20, 2019 for each of its three different launch platforms. Untitled Goose Game was developed by the folks at House House, the makers of another very, very strange game by the name of Push Me Pull You. In Untitled Goose Game, you play the part of a Goose causing trouble for humans - and yes, that goose is carrying a knife.

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Lenovo IdeaCentre A540 is a striking all-in-one PC with a surprise

Lenovo IdeaCentre A540 is a striking all-in-one PC with a surprise

Lenovo's IFA 2019 showing isn't all about laptops and Chromebooks, as the handsome IdeaCentre A540 - and a pair of high-resolution monitors - illustrates nicely. The new all-in-one PC promises to be something attractive enough that you won't mind leaving it out, while the new G34w Gaming Monitor and L28u Monitor pack in the pixels.

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Eve V back-to-school offer sets the tone for V2 debut

Eve V back-to-school offer sets the tone for V2 debut

The Eve V was ambitious and audacious when it challenged Microsoft's Surface Pro tablets at offering value for price. It was, for all intents and purposes, a wild success and the startup was able to deliver on its promises. It wasn't all fine and dandy, though, as users started complaining about unfulfilled orders. Eve Tech has since cleared the air and is preparing for its next big "Version 2". But before that takes off, the company is giving the original Eve V one last send-off, but one that some might find hard to refuse.

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New 10th Gen Intel Core ‘Comet Lake’ processors detailed: i3 to i7

New 10th Gen Intel Core ‘Comet Lake’ processors detailed: i3 to i7

A new collection of 10th Gen Intel Core processors were detailed with units from Core i3 all the way up to Core i7. Included this morning in the release from Intel were the Intel Core i7-10710U, i7-10510U, i5-10210U, and i3-10110U all in the "U-Series." Also included were the Y-Series processors Intel Core i3-10110Y, i5-10210Y, i5-10310Y, and i7-10510Y.

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Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra modular PC hides inside a monitor stand

Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra modular PC hides inside a monitor stand

The trend in computers, even among desktop users, has been to shrink the PC and even make it disappear. For desktops, that has usually meant either a mediocre box that sits visibly on your desktop or an all-in-one PC that locks you to a specific configuration or at least a specific screen. Dell, however, may have something a bit ingenious in mind. Its new OptiPlex 7070 is described as a zero-footprint computer and it accomplishes that by hiding its parts inside a monitor stand that can hold any monitor in the market.

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WD_Black gaming HDD and SSD look like shipping containers

WD_Black gaming HDD and SSD look like shipping containers

This week the folks at Western Digital released a new collection of WD_Black series hard drives (HDD and SSD) with radical new industrial designs. When you're buying a hard disk drive or solid-state drive, especially an external HDD or SSD, you'll first look at the capabilities of the drive - mostly innards. Then you'll look at the external bits - the way the case looks, the bits you'll be seeing every time you access your gaming machine. Because of this, Western Digital went the extra mile (in the right direction) with their latest round of WD_Black.

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This is Google Stadia’s launch games list

This is Google Stadia’s launch games list

Today we're updating our big list of Google Stadia games to see how far Google's gotten since they first launched "Project Stream." This newest list includes the games announced at today's Stadia Connect event. This list is a relative must-have game list for some, and a "that makes sense" sort of games list for others - either way, there are certainly some winners amongst the mass.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW game streaming Android Beta release revealed

NVIDIA GeForce NOW game streaming Android Beta release revealed

The system known as NVIDIA GeForce NOW was previously in free Beta for PC, Mac, and SHIELD TV, now it'll be opened on Android devices of several sorts. NVIDIA announced several feature updates to GeForce NOW today, also including the transition to RTX-enabled graphics processors for certain regions. NVIDIA also gave a cryptic note on the timing for release of the full service, suggesting "the sun is starting to set on the free beta period."

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Chuwi GBox Pro Review: lite mini PC for lite budgets

Chuwi GBox Pro Review: lite mini PC for lite budgets

News in the computing and tech world often highlights the spectacular and, sometimes, the extravagant. While it's understandable that we get attracted by shiny products and powerful devices, not all consumers are swayed by those factors. Some need simpler yet still usable computers that can not only fit their budgets but also fit their aesthetic tastes as well. Those buyers might want to take the Chuwi GBox Pro into consideration. Despite the "Pro" in its name feeling like a letdown, the small box still has a lot to offer those with more constrained budgets.

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It’s been a really bad week for Windows updates

It’s been a really bad week for Windows updates

This week's been a bad one for Windows updates. A couple of relatively important Windows updates were released, then found to have unexpected effects on some of the computers on which they were loaded. It's extremely unfortunate when this sort of thing happens because it deters users from downloading patches of all sorts - not least of all security patches and Windows Updates from Microsoft. The good news is that negative results seem to have been reported only by a relatively small subset of Windows users.

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