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Nvidia says streaming could never replace a gaming PC

Nvidia’s chief executive officer, Jensen Huang, has been in a chatty mood of late thanks to CES, recently firing flak at rival AMD’s freshly unveiled GPU, and now he’s been talking about the GeForce Now streaming service, and how it can never fully replace a dedicated gaming PC. This is …

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CES 2019 has made gaming laptops exciting again

Here’s a dirty little secret I’m about to share with you: I’ve never been convinced by gaming laptops. Sure, I’ve used and reviewed some seriously impressive – and powerful – gaming laptops, but they’ve always seemed a bit… pointless. They are far too bulky and heavy to carry around, with …

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Alienware’s Area 51m crams Dell’s desktop gaming prowess into a laptop

At CES 2019, Alienware announced the Area-51m, a gaming laptop that doesn’t just pack the latest and greatest specs – it’s also upgradable.  The Alienware Area-51m is the latest flagship gaming laptop from Dell’s gaming brand, featuring the new ‘Legend’ industrial design. Unlike most desktop replacement gaming laptops, the Area-51m …

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Alexa is coming to Razer gaming peripherals

At CES 2019, Razer has announced that it has got together with Amazon to bring Alexa support to some of its gaming peripherals. Alexa support will be delivered to compatible devices via Razer Synapse 3, the company’s cloud-based hardware configuration tool. The end result will be that gamers will be …

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Razer sees the future of gaming filled with haptic feedback gadgets

Razer has fleshed out its vision for HyperSense technology over at CES, building on the foundations laid by the Razer Nari Ultimate headset, with the company revealing plans for an ecosystem of interconnected haptic-driven peripherals capable of some clever tricks to deliver a greater level of immersion. The basic idea …

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