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"With the Razer Chimaera 5.1, we're giving every gamer the opportunity to experience surround sound in complete wireless freedom." ---Robert "RazerGuy" Krakoff, President Razer USA.
Are you ready for some wireless aural intensity? Well you just need to wait a little longer. Razer’s Chimaera 5.1 wireless Xbox 360 surround sound headset will start shipping this April, but Razer has just given us gamers quite a treat as the company listed the intense sound gear for pre-order a while ago. Yes, you can now pre-order the Razer Chimeara 5.1 headset at the Razer website for $199.99 USD or €199.99 in Europe, inching you closer to the sweet sounds of wireless technology, a dolby surround sound headphone, independent audio and microphone controls, and 8 hours of pure experience on a full charge.
Not yet convinced on getting a pre-order? Well hit the break and check out the specs. These might change your minds.Read the rest of the article »
Get ready for the road to invincibility because the N-Control Avenger is shipping its way to the Xbox 360.
We’ve seen it at the CES 2011, and now N-Control is about to bring it to your Xbox 360 consoles. N-Control is finally shipping the N-Control Avenger, an external gaming accessory for the controller, with an introductory price of $39.99, down from the projected retail price of $59.99. PlayStation 3 gamers need not to worry as the accessory is coming to the Sony console on the 3rd quarter of 2011.Read the rest of the article »
"Today's launch further establishes Samsung's position of leadership, setting the benchmark for the latest high performing camera designs." ---Samsung
January is filled with revelations from the recent CES 2011 event. Samsung was one of the many companies at CES 2011 that rolled out exciting surprises for this new year. Earlier this month, the company introduced a line of new cameras and now Samsung is ready to unleash more.
“Today’s launch further establishes Samsung’s position of leadership, setting the benchmark for the latest high performing camera designs” as said on Samsung’s PR.
Samsung’s new line of cameras is accompanied by five low to mid-range point-and-shoots in its ST series. It begins with the ST30 model which sells at $100 moving up to ST65, then toST90 and touchscreen ST95 and to top it all, the $230 ST6500. ST6500 shows off a a 5x optical zoom, 720p video recording, and a touchscreen interface.
Expect the rest of the devices to fall between 10 and 16 megapixels, with either a 3x or 5x optical zoom and 720p video recording on all but the ST30. The five point-and-shoots will be available in February or March.Read the rest of the article »
While advancements in television technology is flying high, the market is not. The reason: Advance TVs in the market today are not really what consumers are looking for.
If you do not have any idea what’s trending in gadgets and technology today, you wouldn’t be blamed for thinking that old TVs are still in the business — both in terms of consumer demand and technological advancements. Though technological advancements are inevitable, TV manufacturers are still missing some point. So how can they better serve you, the people who actually buy TVs? There are two ways: Cheaper TVs and televisions that can play nicely with other gadgets.
For TV manufacturers, falling prices on panels and making of HD TVs can be a dilemma. TV makers have been aggressive in their pricing, forcing some competitors to follow. This meant thin market, making the companies’ TV businesses unviable. And their plan to combat this setback is to manufacture more advance TVs that they charge a premium for. However, consumers aren’t in the mood to roll in the dough now. In fact, they are demanding for cheaper television sets.Read the rest of the article »
Though 3D is one of the biggest innovations there is, it is not big enough for consumers to take. With the recession still rampant, and with HD TVs just got affordable, what does it take for 3D devices to hit?
During the CES 2011, 3D TVs and smart TVs were two of the main categories and themes in display. Admittedly, some manufacturers think that they’ve over-estimated the sales potential of 3D devices. Consumers even showed that they are not much into 3D as of the moment. Still, manufacturers are not giving it all up. But the question still lingers: What does it take for 3D TVs to hit?
Obviously, the biggest drawback of 3D devices in home is pricing. To think that there is still recession, and many consumers just bought their HD TVs. Simply put, the price that one needs to pay for 3D must drop first, before it proliferates at home. The second issue that 3D adoption is facing is lack of content. Albeit Avatar showcased what a film could be when 3D is done well, there’s still too little high quality content available. Only when there’s a steady flow of 3D content that users will begin to feel out-of-place, that they might consider buying a 3D TV.Read the rest of the article »
Magnetics-based that is ultra responsive and multi-dimensional. Could the Razer Hydra Sixense be the future of desktop gaming or will it be a novelty?
CES 2011 has certainly showed us what’s in store for the coming year. And one that certainly grabbed our attention was Razer’s Hydra Sixense motion controller for desktop computer gaming. Although it has yet to be confirmed if the revolutionary Wii-mote-like hardware is finished with its developmental stages, Razer certainly took the initiative to show if off at the CES. From what we saw from the video, the motion controller is magnetics-based and tends to be extremely responsive and multi-dimensional (something Wii-mote has been lacking all these years as it solely relies on its novelty and innovativeness).Read the rest of the article »
A business falls, InternetTV takes a share of the spotlight, and Samsung unveils the refrigerator of the future. This round-up gives the industry's recent ups and downs.
Several interesting news bits came our way today, folks as the world of technology had its ups and downs plus whoah and whuts over the past hours. OCZ finally lets go of the DRAM market, iGUGU and Vulkano tries to impress us with their versions of Internet TV, plus Samsung may be on to something with their RF4289 Refrigerator.
Let’s start things up with OCZ. What’s up OCZ? After a decade of being a pretty nice provider of the world’s finest DRAM, it looks like the company is pulling the plug on that department and decides to focus more on their SSD products. After receiving several competition where speed and prices usually dictate the winner, it seems like getting too much competition on one single desktop hardware makes it hard for one to truly succeed. We’ll miss those sleek Z designs embedded on those shiny DRAMs, but we wish OCZ luck on their focused endeavor.Read the rest of the article »
The end of CES 2011 established four trends: smart appliances, 3D TVs, tablets and Internet TVs. And though there are 2,600 exhibitors in the event, Gadg managed to make a list of top 10 gadgets at CES 2011.
Though CES 2011 just ended, the biggest tech exhibit in Las Vegas was able to establish four trends: tablets, 3D TVs, Internet televisions and “smart” appliances. The trade show attracted over 120,000 attendees who came to see the latest and greatest devices from 2,600 exhibitors. Though it is impossible to see an individual anywhere near all of the products at CES 2011, here is Gadg’s list of the best devices found at the event.
Check out the full list after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
Origin PC humbly presents a PC overkill named the Big O at the CES 2011. With 5Ghz overclocked i7 core and two GeForce GTX 580s, this is one heck of a rig!
Lookie what we found sitting around the corner trying to avoid public attention (or not). It definitely took no time at all for tech-fans to squeal in excitement as Origin shows off it’s overkill overclocked 5Ghz Core i7 desktop, the Big O. In CES 2011, where big companies lord over the limelight for the audience to take a gander on, Origin decides to let the tech-mongers to discover this fine piece of desktop computer.
This powerhouse PC is rigged with an overclocked Core i7 950, two GeForce GTX 580s in SLI mode, a dual SSD RAID setup, 1500W power supply, and then some. This piece of PC masterpiece may cost your soul; just kidding. Origin PC has tagged the setup for $7,799. None too shabby.
We still have yet to see the Big O in action, but we’re betting our money that it’s going to be excellent beyond expectations.View Article Source »
Razer definitely puts up a show at CES 2011 with their concept video of the Switchblade 7-Inch Gaming Tablet. Let's just hope the actual tablet does what the video says.
We’re getting more and more surprises at CES 2011 as Razer, one of the leading gaming hardware manufacturers in the world, shows a concept video of probably the holy grail of Mobile PC gaming, the Switchblade. The Switchblade is a 7-inch Gaming Tablet which uses a multi-touch screen and a keyboard that adjusts its interface accordingly to the game you’re playing. The video definitely sent chills down our spines especially when the Razer Switchblade adapted its keys to games such as World of Warcraft. The presentation at the CES 2011 was definitely a sight to behold, but we need more than just a concept video.
No announcement has been made at the CES 2011 as to when they will release the Razer Switchblade to the market and what are the specific details of the device. All we can do is pray that it will be soon. Hit the break to see the trailer video.Read the rest of the article »
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