Category archives for: Hardware

Nimbus Data Debuts 100TB Solid State Drive

Nimbus Data has launched what it claims is the world’s largest capacity solid state drive, the 100TB ExaDrive DC100. The SSD  is intended for datacenters. It ships in a 3.5-inch package rather than the standard 2.5-inch form factor which most consumer SSD come it.  It does uses a standard SATA 6Gbps interface. The HDD form […]

Gigabyte Teases New Aero 15 And 15X Gaming Laptops – Better Screens, Dolby Atmos

Gigabyte teased an update for its Aero 15 and 15X gaming laptops in a video posted to its YouTube account and on a company landing page, revealing that the thin and light laptops are even thinner and will now offer 4K and 144Hz 1080p display options. The Gigabyte Aero 15 and 15X are the company’s […]

Logitech Adds New RGB Products To The G Line With G560 Speakers And G513 Mechanical Keyboard

Logitech has added a pair of new  gaming devices to its G line of gaming products. The new devices include the G560 PC Gaming Speaker and the G513 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard.  This week we had a sneak peek of the  new the speaker system, which features Logitech G Lightsync technology.  that is able to synchronize light and sound to the […]

SteelSeries Debuts Three New Headsets For Gamers – One Earns Hi-res Certification

SteelSeries has announced three new headsets to its lineup, one of which stands to the be the company’s flagship model. That would be the Arctis Pro + GameDAC, which was able to earn a Hi-Res logo from the Japanese Audio Society and is being billed as “gaming’s first complete hi-res audio system.” Arctis Pro + GameDAC The hi-res […]

Researchers Claim AMD’s Ryzen, Epyc CPUs Have Major Security Flaws

Researchers say they have discovered more than a dozen (or exactly a baker’s dozen) new critical security flaws affecting AMD’s Ryzen and Epyc processor lines, CNET reports. The vulnerabilities purportedly lie in what is supposed to be a secure part of the processors where sensitive information is contained. The flaws were discovered by CTS-Labs, a security outfit […]

Bluefish444 Will Show KRONOS Elektron and KRONOS Optikos At NAB

Bluefish444 will be demonstrating the KRONOS range of video, audio and data processing I/O cards across numerous workflows at NAB Show 2018. KRONOS has been developed to enable workflows requiring multi-channel Ultra HD, high dynamic range video, SMPTE 2022/2110 Video Over IP, and supports high frame rates up to 120fps. KRONOS hardware is 8K ready, with […]

SteelSeries Engine Now Supports MSI Optix MPG Gaming Monitors – Check Out The Launch Bundle

MSI and SteelSeries are proud to announce the new Optix MPG series of curved gaming monitors are now supported by SteelSeries Engine. Using the five RGB zones on the front of the monitor, gamers can easily program lighting effects in SteelSeries Engine to notify them of in-game timers, stats, cooldowns or Discord notifications. “The integration […]

ASUS Debuts the PRIME J4005I-C Motherboard for Gemini Lake SoCs

Asus is launching a new Mini ITX motherboard packing a passively-cooled Intel Celeron J4005 “Gemini Lake” SoC. The aptly-named Asus Prime J4005I-C is aimed at embedded systems such as point of sale machines, low end networked storage, kiosks, and industrial control and monitoring systems and features “5x Protection II” technology which includes extended validation and […]

D-Link Debuts New Line of Multi-Gigabit Smart Managed Ethernet Switches – Supports The New IEEE 802.3bz 2.5GBASE-T Standard

D-Link has announced the DMS-1100 Series 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet Smart Managed Switches, a new family of Multi-Gigabit switches. Featuring eight multi-speed 2.5 Gigabit access ports and two 10 Gigabit SFP+ uplink ports, the DMS-1100 Series switches are ideal for deploying multiple high-performance 802.11ac Wave 2 access points using 2.5 Gigabit connections, while providing 10 Gigabit […]

Can’t Reach Oculus? You Are Not Alone

Unable to use your your Oculus Rift today,  you’re not alone. A certificate linked to the devices has expired and caused them to stop working, with users facing a “Can’t Reach Oculus Runtime Service” error if they try to boot up. Oculus is aware of the problem and is working on a fix. The problem […]

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