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LEPA Announces NEOllusion Remote Control RGB CPU Cooler

Posted on November 17, 2016 8:00 AM by Ryan Perry
LEPA NEOllusion RGB CPU Cooler - Press Shot

Taiwanese firm LEPA has put 2016’s Computex prototype of the NEOllusion RGB air cooler into full production, just in time for the holidays. What’s so special about another cooler? How about on the fly changes to the RGB options via remote control? Yep. There’s no extra software needed, nor does the chassis…..

Google Opens Preorders For Its New Wifi ‘Mesh’ Router

Posted on November 16, 2016 12:12 PM by Rob Williams
google wifi

Google has just opened preorders for its new “Wifi” mesh router, pricing them at $129.99 a piece, or $299.99 for a set of three. That sounds expensive – and that’s because it kind of is – but it’s still cheaper than competing solutions that set out to do the same thing: to…..

OnePlus Upgrades Its OP3: OP3T Sports Faster Processor, Improved Front Camera & Beefier Battery

Posted on November 15, 2016 3:47 PM by Rob Williams
oneplus 3t

As expected, OnePlus today yanked the veil off of its brand-new OnePlus 3T. Well, “brand-new” might be stretching it, as the phone is more of an iterative release to the OP3 – a second option for those who want to shell out a bit more for the ultimate in performance. Whereas the…..

Our PlayStation 4 Pro Coverage Is Complete (We Hope!)

Posted on November 15, 2016 2:48 PM by Rob Williams
Sony Playstation 4 Pro

Considering Techgage doesn’t often talk about consoles, it might stand out that we’ve had three in-depth articles relating to Sony’s new PS4 Pro over the course of the past ten days. For the sake of sanity, I am glad that I can call our coverage “complete”, but before I wrap up, I…..

AdultFriendFinder Breached: Information For Over 400 Million Accounts Leaked

Posted on November 14, 2016 11:06 AM by Rob Williams
adultfriendfinder website

If you ever signed up for dating website AdultFriendFinder, you should know that in all likeliness, your basic information is part of a new leak affecting over 400 million accounts. The target was Friend Finder Networks, and AdultFriendFinder is responsible for at least 340 million of these accounts. The other chunk of…..

Corsair Releases Two New Budget Gaming Peripherals: HARPOON RGB Mouse & K55 RGB Keyboard

Posted on November 11, 2016 12:54 PM by Rob Williams
corsair k55 rgb gaming keyboard

There’s no shortage of high-quality gaming peripherals on the market, and to some, even Corsair’s own collection could be considered overwhelming. But, if there’s one thing I’m sure most of us can agree on, it’s that choice is a great thing: the more of it there is, the greater the chance you’ll wind…..

OnePlus Begins Teasing November 15 Announcement For Its Next Smartphone

Posted on November 9, 2016 1:32 PM by Rob Williams
OnePlus 3 Angled Shot

OnePlus has proven itself to be great at crafting amazing smartphones for reasonable prices, but one thing it’s not good at is keeping a secret. The rumor mill has outed the company’s upcoming OnePlus 3T smartphone, and today, the company has decided to tell us that it’s coming – without being explicit…..

NES ‘Classic Edition’ Reviews Begin To Hit The Web, With Obvious Conclusions

Posted on November 8, 2016 12:21 PM by Rob Williams
NES Classic Edition Feature

This past summer, as hoards of people were waiting with bated breath for Nintendo to announce a new console, it did. Well, to say that what we saw was not what we expected would be an understatement. Rather than the (finally announced) Nintendo Switch, the big N decided to pull on the…..

See Ya, FirePro: AMD’s Radeon Pro Workstation Graphics Cards Have Landed

Posted on November 7, 2016 10:30 AM by Rob Williams
Radeon Pro WX 7100

Today is a very special day for AMD and its Radeon Technologies Group, as the Radeon Pro series they revealed this past summer is finally ready to penetrate shopping carts the world over. As we covered in our announcement post, the “Radeon Pro” name replaces FirePro, which has been used since 2008…..

Microsoft Refunds Windows Store CoD: Infinite Warfare Buyer Due To Lack Of Online Players

Posted on November 6, 2016 2:09 PM by Rob Williams
Call Of Duty Infinite Warfare

When Microsoft launched its “Xbox Play Anywhere” program, which sees select Xbox One titles ported over to the PC, it felt like a great move. Who doesn’t want Halo and Forza on the PC? Well, little did most of us realize, playing these games through the Windows Store brings with it a…..

G.SKILL’s Latest Trident Z DDR4 64GB Memory Kit Blazes At 3600MHz

Posted on November 4, 2016 12:48 PM by Rob Williams
Gskill Trident Z 64gb Ddr4 3600 Benchmark

If your workloads require not only a lot of memory, but a lot of crazy fast memory, then it’s almost certain that G.SKILL has exactly what you’re looking for. We’ve reported time and time again on the company’s latest and greatest kits, and things continue to become even more ludicrous – a…..

ZOTAC’s Magnus ERX480 A VR-Ready PC That Can Fit Just About Anywhere

Posted on November 3, 2016 1:42 PM by Rob Williams
Zotac Magnus Erx480 Mini Pc Packaging

It’s impossible to ignore the push of VR right now. It seems like every PC vendor has a system available touting amazing VR support, and even Sony’s PlayStation 4 just gained its own VR solution. Admittedly, though, given the sheer amount of VR news that’s trickled out over the year, it’s hard…..

Fnatic Releases eSports-grade Clutch G1 Gaming Mouse & Duel TMA-2 Gaming Headset

Posted on November 2, 2016 3:02 PM by Rob Williams
Fnatic Clutch G1 Gaming Mouse And Duel Tma 2 Gaming Headset

The folks at Fnatic have just released two new peripherals that aim to help gamers improve their skill – or at least their enjoyment. The Clutch G1 gaming mouse isn’t littered with a billion buttons, but is instead designed to offer what most gamers actually need, while making it easy to use…..

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Gets Hit With New DirectX 12 Patch To Add mGPU Support

Posted on November 1, 2016 3:41 PM by Rob Williams
Deus Ex Mankind Divided

About two months ago, Square Enix’s Deus Ex: Mankind Divided was treated to a long-awaited DirectX 12 patch. Unfortunately, that patch introduced almost nothing new outside of the basic fact that the game would now support the DX12 API. Well, the game has been treated to another patch today, which is much…..

Lian Li’s PC-Q37 Mini-ITX Chassis Proves That Small Doesn’t Have To Be Boring

Posted on November 1, 2016 3:05 PM by Rob Williams
Lian Li Pc Q37 Mini Itx Chassis Angled

Building a standard PC at this point is dead simple. It’s a matter of shoving components (gently, of course) into a chassis, and then putting the door back on. Things are quite different where smaller systems are concerned, though. Even if a mini-ITX chassis has a good design, it could still prove…..

Master & Dynamic Launch MW50 Wireless Headphone With 100 Foot Range

Posted on November 1, 2016 8:00 AM by Jamie Fletcher
Mw50 Black And Silver Headphones

You’re going to be seeing a lot more wireless headphones and audio gear over the next few years, due in no small part to Apple ditching the 3.5mm audio jack from its latest iPhones. But ask anyone what they think of wireless audio, especially Bluetooth, and you’ll often get the same response.…..

EA Has Proven Why We Should Be Worried About Our Ownership Of Digital Collections

Posted on October 31, 2016 12:07 PM by Rob Williams
Origin Game Client Fall 2016

EA’s Origin game client hasn’t been showered with the same kind of love people have shown towards Steam, but over its lifetime, it has gotten better – a lot better. But while that’s the case, the Internet never forgets, so when EA or Origin slips up somehow, it’s almost impossible to avoid…..

Bungie Actively Testing The Limits Of What Gamers Are Willing To Pay For

Posted on October 28, 2016 1:05 PM by Rob Williams
Destiny Festival Of The Lost

It’s that time of year when game publishers infuse their games with Halloween flair, and Bungie’s Destiny is no exception. With its “Festival of the Lost” event, the company promises that players will get to wear masks based on their favorite characters, and perhaps even get lucky enough to score a new Sparrow (mount)…..

Apple Unveils What Could Be Its Most Ambitious MacBook Pro Ever

Posted on October 27, 2016 3:49 PM by Rob Williams
Apple MacBook Pro 2016 Top View

Apple’s latest MacBooks have just been announced, and as anticipated, there are a few surprises in store – and not to mention confirmation of some rumors. The biggest rumor that’s proven true is that Apple decided to remove the dedicated Esc key. Ordinarily, that’d seem insane, but another change helps negate the loss:…..

Qualcomm Acquires NXP Semiconductors For $47 Billion, Bolstering Its Impact On IoT & Automotive Markets

Posted on October 27, 2016 11:21 AM by Rob Williams
Qualcomm At MWC

It’s not often we wake to the news of a record semiconductor acquisition, but today is one of those days. Further proving its intent on ruling multiple markets, Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) has today announced its plans to acquire NXP Semiconductors (NASDAQ: NXPI) for $47 billion, representing debt and shares valued at $110…..

HyperX Begins Selling Its First Gaming Keyboard, The CHERRY MX Blue-equipped ALLOY FPS

Posted on October 24, 2016 10:54 AM by Rob Williams
HyperX ALLOY FPS Gaming Keyboard

We’re not sure how it happened, but somehow, the fact that HyperX would be releasing its first-ever gaming keyboard flew right under our radar. But, while on one hand, it would have been nice to anticipate its launch, on the other, we’re able to learn about it at the exact same time…..

Nintendo Baits Players With The Console Formally Known As NX: Nintendo Switch

Posted on October 20, 2016 11:31 AM by Rob Williams
Nintendo Switch

After months and months of rabid anticipation, Nintendo has finally unveiled its NX – or rather, “Switch”. As has been anticipated, Switch is a hybrid console; it’s meant to be both played at home in front of the TV, and on-the-go. With Nintendo giving us a truly on-the-go portable gaming system, it…..

NZXT Unveils the All New Kraken Series of All In One Liquid CPU Coolers

Posted on October 19, 2016 10:00 AM by Ryan Perry
Kraken X52 RGB Lighting

When NZXT released the original Kraken all-in-one liquid CPU cooler, it proved that it could hang with the big boys.  Today the Los Angeles-based company is upping the ante by announcing the all new 240mm Kraken X52, and updated versions of the 140mm X41 and 280mm X61 named the X42 and X62, respectively.…..

NVIDIA Rounds Out Its Lower End Pascal Line-up With GeForce GTX 1050 Ti & GTX 1050

Posted on October 18, 2016 3:06 PM by Rob Williams
ASUS GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

The rumors that have permeated throughout the Internet these past few weeks have been proven true: NVIDIA doesn’t have just one new graphics card to unveil; it has two. As you might have gleaned from the title of this post, that unveiling includes the GeForce GTX 1050, and GeForce GTX 1050 Ti.…..

Samsung Opens Pre-orders For Its 960 EVO And 960 PRO M.2 SSDs

Posted on October 17, 2016 12:07 PM by Rob Williams
Samsung 960 Evo Nvme Ssd

We wrote about Samsung’s newest high-end M.2 solid-state drives last month, and fortunately, unlike a certain smartphone, these SSDs are keeping Samsung in the headlines for good reasons. In fact, this post is being made for a good reason: if you want one of these new top-end SSDs, you’re able to place a pre-order right…..

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