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  • Blog Post: Sony Challenges Oculus With Gaming VR Set

    While we were fairly impressed with Oculus' newest VR headset, it wasn't the only company showing off a head-mounted display this year at CES. As Sony's newest update to its head-mounted display line, the HMZ-T3Q positions a 720p OLED display in front of each eye – which is approximately... More
  • Blog Post: VR Is Better Than Ever With Oculus' New Crystal Cove Prototype

    We gave Oculus' newest VR headset a spin during a demo at CES and left impressed with the number of fixes the new prototype brought to the table. Oculus' Rift development kits have been out in designer's hands for some time, and while that unit shows a lot of the potential of VR, it isn't... More
  • Blog Post: PrioVR Expands Virtual Reality With Body Tracking Suits

    YEI's gaming exoskeleton, the PrioVR, communicates with an Oculus Rift in order to bring your bodies motions into the simulation. During my CES demo I got to try the unit and found that the body tracking system works well, but the suit is a little tricky to put on. I also imagine that flailing my... More
  • Blog Post: Tobii And SteelSeries Let You Play Games With Your Eyes

    Swedish company Tobii Technology has teamed up with peripheral company SteelSeries to release an eye tracking system for PC gaming, and the possibilities are pretty cool. During a demo of the system at CES I got to play World of Warcraft using Tobii's eye tracking development kit. Once the system... More
  • Blog Post: Razer's Modular PC Concept Project Christine Is A Work Of Art

    The auto industry gets to fiddle around with concept designs all the time; it only seems fitting the PC industry should be able to do the same. Here's the scope on Razer's experimental modular PC: Project Christine. Razer likes to bring concept designs to CES. Products like the Edge and the Blade... More
  • Blog Post: Razer's Nabu Is A Cross Between Smartwatch And Activity Tracker

    You're in an important meeting or on a first date or in some other social situation where it would be rude to check your phone. Unfortunately, you keep getting texts. If only you had Razer's Nabu. Razer's Nabu is a smartband that pairs with your iPhone or Android device then acts like a smartwatch... More
  • Blog Post: Brothers In Arms 3 Barrels Forward On Mobile Devices

    Before E3 last year, Gameloft announced that it would release another mobile entry in Gearbox's classic Brothers In Arms shooter series, but we finally got a chance to see the game in action at CES. Brothers In Arms 3 for mobile devices takes a new approach to the series. While previous entries tried... More
  • Blog Post: SteelSeries Stratus Mobile Controller Is Small Enough To Swallow

    We don't often cover mobile controllers, but this one is unique enough to grab our attention, and small enough to slide into your back pocket. Using MFi-certified Bluetooth, the SteelSeries Stratus connects to your mobile device and let's you play mobile games with a more traditional control... More
  • Blog Post: Hands On With Valve's Steam Machine Controller

    I remember people laughing when Valve first announced its new controller for the upcoming Steam Machine, but now that I've gotten my hands on the unit, I'm eager to take one home. For decades the two analog stick controller has been a staple of the gaming landscape, but is it really the ideal... More
  • Blog Post: Valve Reveals Fourteen Steam Machine Systems

    Valve's upcoming PC brand, Steam Machine, isn't quite a console, but the company hopes to attract consumers from that market. During a media event at CES 2014, Valve announced that it has 14 different PC manufacturers working to make systems that will run the developer's specially branded... More
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