Tagged: PC gaming

Why ‘PC Gaming’ is better than ‘Console Gaming’

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Recent years have seen the number of handheld console enthusiasts rise exponentially, thanks to cutting edge innovation in the industry. Despite competition from Microsoft’s Xbox line, Sony’s PlayStation 4 stood its ground in 2016 to again become the year’s most sought after electronic device made exclusively for gaming. And now with the release of the PlayStation Pro, things are expected to get even better for the company.
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Alienware Area 51 gaming PC with a truly other-worldly ergonomic design

Dell Alienware Area 51 gaming PC

Dell Alienware Area 51 gaming PC with triad-design

The thumping Alienware Area 51 gaming PC from Dell is finally going to be available for purchase from October 28, which is today. This one hell of a designed gaming desktop comes with a high-end processor and chipset from Intel and new generation desktop graphics card from Nvidia. The Alienware Area 51 is a hexagonal shaped CPU having triad-design that has an Intel Haswell-E 6- and 8-core processors for unmatchable gaming performance teamed up with ultra-HD 4K display.
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Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB mechanical gaming keyboard

Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB mechanical gaming keyboard

There is some good news for you gaming fanatics who like precision control and well-illuminated keys while gaming in highly intense action. Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB mechanical gaming keyboard has Romer-G mechanical switches that ensure 25% faster responsiveness to minimize fatigue over long gaming sessions. The feature of this gaming keyboard is its illuminated keyboard that can be customized for lighting from a pallet of 16.8 million colors. But, not to forget the amazing feature called ARX Integration which allows you to dock the smartphone (Android or iOS) into the keyboard itself to display all the in-game info, system statistics and more.
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Acer’s XB280HK 4K monitor with Nvidia G-Sync to revolutionize gaming

Acer 4K monitor

G-Sync technology image used only for representation. No image of Acer’s monitor available yet.

When the first affordable range of 4K monitors is just starting to make rounds in the market, Acer has gone blazing ahead with the XB280HK, a 28-inch 4K monitor sporting G-Sync technology from Nvidia. With 3840×2160 resolution, the ultra HD monitor is majorly different from other 4K displays because it features G-Sync display technology that guarantees smooth and fast viewing and gaming experience without blur or lag. Only catch – the 4K monitor will require a GeForce GTX GPU to take full advantage of competitive benefits of the G-Sync hardware embedded into the display. Read More…

CES 2014: Sinister gamepad will electrify gamers with haptic technology

Sinister PC Gaming Device by Tivitas Interactive at CES 2014

Last month, we talked about the GVX console for extreme reality gaming. And, now the realm of CES 2014 has brought forth another gaming device for the ultimate ‘realistic’ experience. Tivitas Interactive has introduced their Sinister gaming device prototype that boasts of haptic features with its integrated ViviTouch technology. Originally conceived for audio immersion, the ViviTouch alludes to the ‘feel’ of the multimedia experience, created by the engrossing and interactive HD sound effects. This impeccable scope of sound perception covers a simultaneous (and precise) ambit of audio, ranging from conspicuous effects like rumbles of gunfire to smaller details like splashing of water. The Sinister gaming device with its ‘artificial muscles’ takes advantage of this immaculate sound system to give us the optimized dose of realistic environment when gaming.

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CES 2014: Valve teams up with Alienware to create the ultimate PC ‘gaming console’

Alienware Steam Machine

Well, now it is time for PC gamers to rejoice with Valve’s upcoming series of small form-factor gaming computers. The famed Half-Life and Steam platform creator has collaborated with 13 PC hardware companies to create 13 different versions of the so-named Steam Machine. The mighty Alienware (Dell’s flagship subsidiary) surely stands tall among these hardware giants, as is evident from its CES 2014 showcasing of an elegantly svelte version of the PC ‘gaming console’. The evolved build quality of the Alienware Steam Machine can be comprehended from the proportional size and the complementary style. This balanced embodiment is touted to have specs that are much more powerful (as expected) than the current-gen consoles of Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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