Asus' new virtual reality headset, developed in collaboration with Microsoft as part of its Windows Mixed Reality program, is light, comfortable, and can be set up in a matter of minutes.
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Asus presented its newest machines at its "The Edge of Beyond" press event at IFA 2017. The highlights of include a slate of new ZenBook Flip 2-in-1 machines, a refreshed ZenBook laptop, and a new member of VivoBook family.
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During the IFA 2017 technology show in Berlin, new Acer Predator devices stalked PC gamers via a beastly desktop, a large curved monitor, and more. Acer's new desktop can be configured with Intel's beastly $2,000 18-core CPU.
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Acer has jumped into the IFA 2017 fray with its own announcement of some new models in its Windows 10 2-in-1 and laptop lineup, along with a refreshed Chromebook, and an Aspire all-in-one (AIO) PC.
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During the PAX West 2017 gaming show, Dell introduced a new Dell Inspiron desktop, a new Inspiron 15 7000 laptop, and two 34-inch curved Alienware displays. The desktop now includes a clear window complemented by blue lighting.
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Logitech recently introduced two new Lightspeed wireless peripherals under its Logitech G brand. They're disguised as office devices, but are built for high-performance PC gaming. The mouse even includes a fresh new sensor.
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To dispel some of the myths surrounding game engines -- what they are, and are not -- we sat down with developers from Guerrilla Games and Motiga to discuss the dark alchemy of development.
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LG is embracing the gamer lifestyle with a 144Hz ultrawide monitor and a coat of paint, but our LG 34UC89G review find that the monitor’s impressive specifications don’t add up to a great experience.
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The Amazon Trade-In program is great for those who might want to offload their old products -- and get some money in the process. Here's how to use it yourself and get some sweet credit for your Amazon account.
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Oshi Agabi unveiled the Koniku Kore at the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania, detailing how the device uses mouse neurons in conjunction with a silicon chip to "smell" explosives in its vicinity.
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