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AMD’s VR-ready CyberPowerPC gaming PC comes with Oculus Rift for $499

 

AMD CyberPowerPC

Virtual reality gaming rigs are increasing in numbers. The technology is reasonably expensive at the moment with desktops costing upwards of $1,000. AMD is slated to change that cost phenomenon, and for this has introduced CyberPowerPC – an Oculus Rift headset ready Gamer Ultra VR desktop that is priced at $499.99. There’s a catch here – the desktop will sell for sub $500 tag in a bundle with an Oculus Rift headset, which alone costs at $599.99. The total cost of the system would therefore be $1099.98. Read More…

Alienware Graphics Amplifier turbo boosts your laptop with graphics processing power

Alienware Graphics Amplifier

Alienware just got their best shot at making high-end gaming even more fruitful for avid gamers who have a laptop. Ideally it is not advised to play high-end graphics intensive games on a laptop since it can be a real battery killer and also can’t handle FPS games that require massive processing power. Just as they released the eye-popping Area 51 gaming PC, Alienware have also released the Graphics Amplifier, an accessory that turns your laptop into a hardcore gaming machine without sacrificing any battery issues.
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CES 2014: Ultra-low power AMD Nano PC measures as small as a smartphone

AMD Nano PC

Mini PCs haven’t been a frequent site at CES 2014, nonetheless it has not been a deterrent for AMD which very merrily displayed their next generation ultra-low power Mullins APU powered HTPC. The miniscule wonder is basically a prototype Nano PC designed to sit atop a television set, but shouldn’t be mistaken for a set top box. The AMD Nano PC is stuffed in with a Mullins low-voltage APU (features unknown) along with a 256GB SSD, a camera and Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and DockPort for connectivity (DockPort combines USB 3.0 and DisplayPort 1.2 on single cable to allow users to control up to four monitors, along with input and output peripherals). Read More…

Sleep Mask will treat eye sight loss due to diabetes

Sleep Mask

Sight loss due to diabetes known as diabetic retinopathy is the worst thing that can happen to an individual and there is no turning back once you suffer from it. Normally the only solution to get rid of this problem would be to treat the patient by having a surgery, laser photocoagulation and intraocular injections which are very expensive and require hospitalization for quite some days. But researchers are determined to change that and infuse new life for such unfortunate patients as well as people who are in the initial stages of this disease. Researchers at Northumbria University’s Northern Design centre in Gateshead, England and PolyPhotonix Ltd in Sedgefield, England have created a Sleep Mask prototype that corrects eye sight loss noninvasively using light-emitting diodes (OLEDs).
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