2017/06/28 12:32:19 PM

Hardware

ROG Spatha Gaming Mouse

CES 2015: ROG Spatha Gaming Mouse: Wireless/Wired, MMO, Laser Sensor And More Following recently Gladius and soon-to-launch Sica, ASUS are also introducing our fans to the premium Spatha! It’s still early days yet with the mouse shown below is still in active design and development, and is not projected for release at earliest until post Q2. We have a mix of images from an ...
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ASUS Announces Strix GTX 960

The Strix GTX 960 is a new performance-mainstream graphics card, with a 1,291MHz factory-overclocked GPU and 1,317MHz GPU boost clock in OC mode, giving it a 12% faster than reference boost. The Strix cooler still features the critically acclaimed 0dB design in low temperature (and power) modes, with dual fans keeping cool under heavy gaming loads. In addition there’s 5-phase Super Alloy ...
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Charge your phone while you jam out on Phaz’s headphones

Phaz is hoping to grab some of your dollar’s music-listening attention with its newly launched P2 headphones. This over the ear headset is powered — while in active mode — by a 1200 mAh battery that’ll also charge your phone via a USB port while you’re listening. The controls are dead simple: on the bottom of one earpiece is a ...
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Asus ROG Unloads Expansive Lineup of New Gaming Gear at CES

Uh, where’s the kitchen sink? Day 1 of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is quickly wrapping up, though not before Asus Republic of Gamers (ROG) could blitz gamers with a bevy of hardware, including its new Spatha and Sica Gaming Mice, Strix Tactic Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, and a few other products. While not all of what Asus ROG brought ...
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Tiny 1TB SSD

A terabyte in your pocket? There are a few options out there, even an absurdly expensive USB drive. But none of them are quite as slick as Samsung’s newest portable SSD. And while its tiny little body tops out at 1TB for now, there are bigger sizes coming down the line. Samsung’s boringly named “Portable SSD T1” supports transfer rates ...
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Asus Rolls Out Strix 2.0 Gaming Headset for Multi-Platform Gamers

A headset for platform agnostic gamers We obviously favor gaming on the PC, and that’s not about to change. However, we also recognize that some gamers like to groove on multiple platforms. Apparently so does Asus, which just announced its Strix 2.0 headset with support for PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, smartphones, and tablets. Granted, you may look a little funny ...
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Dynamic E-Ink Keyboard

Keys that can adapt to different applications and languages We’ve already seen dynamic keyboards featuring tiny OLED or LCD screens in place of run-of-the-mill plastic keys, but a new PC peripheral outfit named Jaasta thinks that the dynamic keyboard that the world really needs is the one it is currently developing — the Jaasta Wireless E Ink Keyboard. The idea ...
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Potential Steam Controller Design Leaks to Web

Welcome back, D-pad Had things gone to plan, official Steam Machines would have already begun flooding the market by now, though those plans got put on hold when Valve decided to delay the initiative so that it could have extra time to tweak its Steam Controller. Valve dropped the bombshell just shy of seven months ago, and while there’s still ...
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