Archive for August, 2017
You might not be able to play Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition on the PC until early next year, but that doesn’t mean that you can't see more footage from Square Enix’s flagship franchise. Nvidia released a short gameplay video.
You will hear a lot about Phison's upcoming PS5008-E8 NVMe controller over the next two months. The next step on the ladder is a pair of new controllers that will support QLC NAND technology.
EK Water Blocks expanded the Fluid Gaming Series with a lineup of accessories and stand-alone parts. Now you don't have to purchase a Fluid Gaming kit to get started; you can piece together a custom build with individual Fluid Gaming parts.
FMS was a hot mess this year due to the combined forces of fire and water, so we just brought the Phison E8 reference design SSD home for testing. Phison's partners should have this low-cost NVMe SSD available next month for less than the Intel 600p.
Lenovo revealed the name, price, and a few details about its upcoming Windows MR headset. Curiously, some of the details we learned in January weren’t discussed in the official announcement.
WD's My Cloud series is like a NAS for your phone, and your life. The system provides access to your data from the internet through secure tunnels that you can also share with your friends and family.
The biggest storage news out of Computex was the emergence of new quad NVMe adapter cards coming from motherboard manufacturers. Today we spotted the adapter from Asus and expect a retail release soon.
That's right. While Nintendo was busy recreating the SNES with its SNES Classic mini-console, Capcom decided to partner up with IAm8Bit to make 5,500 copies of a 30-year-old game that can only be played on a truly retro console.
Razer announced that its Blade Pro gaming laptop would now come in a new configuration with a 1080p display, a GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, and a lower price than the previously available decked out version of the device.
The $199 Jedi Challenges includes a Mirage AR headset from Lenovo, a lightsaber-shaped controller, and a tracking beacon to place you right in the middle of the "Star Wars" universe.