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Razer Man O’ War 7.1 wired review: Surrounded by sound

Hardware supplied by Razer. When it comes to headsets I wouldn’t say I’m much of a connoisseur, but there are a number of things I look for. Naturally sound quality, comfort and flexibility rank pretty high, things which the Razer Man O’ War 7.1 has in spades. Transitioning from my old Logitech G930s to the Man O’ War 7.1 wired model was smoother than I expected. The G930s ...[Read More]

Razer Raiju review: Hair triggers and levelling the playing field

The world of eSports is big business, as is evident by the ridiculous prize funds and millions of viewers. Whether you consider video games as sports or not, you can’t deny the growth of the medium in the professional competitive arena. This has lead to more of a focus on positioning some games as eSports contenders, like the more recent Overwatch, and the term has found its way into our hom...[Read More]

Razer’s new laptop has monitors for days

At CES 2017 this week, Razer unveiled “Project Valerie”, a laptop boasting a triple monitor display setup. That’s right, three monitors built into a single laptop. The people at Razer looked at all the single display laptops in the world and said “hah, portability and weight be damned, let’s take our displays over 9000.” And over 9000 they surely did take it, be...[Read More]

Razer’s solution to the gaming laptop vs desktop problem

  Anyone looking to crack into PC gaming have, at some point or other, asked themselves the question “do I get a gaming laptop or desktop computer?” For some it’s an easy decision. The desktop will give you the most power, featuring full size graphics cards (GPU), more cooling options, as well as allowing for part upgrades later down the line. They’re also a decent mon...[Read More]

Xmas ideas for your gaming family/friends

  So, that whole Christmas thing is next week. Came up quickly didn’t it? While I’d like to think we’d all be super organised and gotten all our gifts wrapped and ready to go so we can just sit back and enjoy the “holiday season”, the introduction of late trading hours (sometimes never even closing) in the lead up to Christmas suggests otherwise. But which came f...[Read More]

OSVR academia program establishes public research portal

– Tom Heath Indie developers rejoice: you can now access research conducted by universities that are part of the Open Source Virtual Reality academic program for free online. You don’t need to be a student at one of the 49 participating universities to learn and innovate upon the results from studies into the possibilities of VR gaming. Announced at CES 2015 in January, the OSVR progra...[Read More]

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