Logitech is set to release their latest gaming headset called the G633 Artemis Spectrum (is throwing in the Greek Goddesses name in here supposed to convey something?) which is set to hit stores in Southeast Asia by October 2015.Read More
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Last week we had the pleasure of hanging out with the team from Cooler Master at their “Make It Yours” event in downtown Singapore. During the meetup we got insights on Cooler Master’s new philosophy, brand culture and product direction for the foreseeable future.Read More
Probably Logitech's first tenkeyless keyboard, the G310 Atlas Dawn Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is a compact and light keyboard featuring Logitech’s exclusive Romer-GTM mechanical switches.Read More
This week Cooler Master announced the release of the CM Storm Pitch Pro, an ultra-portable gaming in-ear headset designed for mobile users and gamers on the go.Read More
Casual Connect Asia is happening, and we'll be there to cover it! James and Jed (that's me!) will be in Singapore to attend all three days of Casual Connect, which runs from May 19 to 21, 2015Read More
To all aspiring indie game devs out there in Southeast Asia, you can now submit your games to Indie Prize!Read More
Razer has updated its souped up gaming laptop appropriately called: The Razer Blade. Originally debuted in 2013, a refresh after 2 years with better specs is welcomed, but prepared drop a load of cash. Specifically $2199 worth. If you want to gawk at the Razer Blade some more, you can do so on the official product website. Listed below is the mouth-watering tech specs of the Razer Blade 2015 model:
• Intel® Core i7-4720HQ Quad Core Processor (2.6GHz / 3.6GHz) • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX™ 970M (3GB GDDR5 VRAM) • 16GB System Memory (DDR3L-1600MHz) • Windows® 8.1 64-Bit • 128/256/512GB SSD (SATA M.2) options • 14.0" IGZO QHD+ 16:9 Ratio, 3200x1800, with LED backlight, capacitive multi-touch • Intel® Wireless-AC 7260HMW (802.11a/b/g/n/ac + Bluetooth® 4.0) • (3x) USB 3.0 port (SuperSpeed) • HDMI 1.4a audio and video output • Dolby® Digital Plus Home Theater Edition • Built-in stereo speakers • 3.5 mm microphone/headphone combo jack • Array microphone • 7.1 Codec support (via HDMI) • Built-in full-HD webcam (2.0 MP) • TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) • Compact 150W Power Adapter • Built-in 70Wh Rechargeable lithium ion polymer battery • Razer Anti-Ghosting Keyboard (with adjustable backlight) • Razer Synapse Enabled • Kensington™ Lock interface • 13.6 in. (345 mm) Width x 0.70 in. (17.8 mm) Height x 9.3 in. (235 mm) Depth • 4.47 lbs. / 2.03 kg Price: Starting at $2199
You heard that right! You can win $25,000 if you're into modding your case of your beloved PC gaming rig! Coolermaster is throwing their annual Case Mod World Series. Register at their site before Febuary 7, 2015 to participate! Good luck! PR write up could be found here:
Singapore – January 7th, 2015 - Cooler Master announces once again the biggest modding event of the year with the Case Mod World Series by inviting all modders to show-off their creativity and push the limits of PC case design. This year’s panel of judges includes an impressive line-up of modders from around the world making it one of the most prestigious modding competition ever. And thanks to the support of Dremel, Intel, ASUS, OCZ and GeIL, we have over US$25,000 in cash and hardware prizes up for grabs. Contest begins January 7th, full details at: mod.coolermaster.com
There will be two categories ‘Tower Mod’ and ‘Scratch Build’. The judging will be limited to only the the judge panel, which includes: Richard ‘Darthbeavis’ Surroz, Peter ‘L3P’ Brands, Brian ‘BOD MODS’ Carter, Ronnie Hara, Mathieu ‘Sassanou’ Heredia, Richard Kiers, Antony Leather and the sponsors. A newly created award ‘Rising Star’ will be also determined by this panel to identify the future star to watch for in the modding scene. Also, a ‘People’s Choice’ will be chosen based solely on public voting.
The wearable market has been exploding in 2014, we're seeing many entrants with offerings but this is probably the first time I've seen one that tries to appeal to gamers. The Razer Nabu is a thin band with an OLED display for your wrist and syncs with iOS and Android. It also comes with a 5-7 day battery life and is water resistant. You can look forward to it coming in two sizes, small/medium and medium/large in four colours; green, white, orange and black. So what can we expect it to do? It pushes notifications from your smartphone like emails, texts, calls and app alerts. This means you could potentially get Steam updates from your friends and even sales, just great another way for Gaben to take our money!
The Nabu also logs your activity like steps taken, amount of sleep, etc like some of the other health bands out there. What seems to be unique with it is a proprietary wireless system, which can talk to other users with a Nabu to share information and "band" together (see what i did there) to form a social network where you can keep in touch in the offline world as well. I believe the idea is to eventually get in-game notifications and updates transmitted to the wearable so you're always up to date with your avatar or gameplay sessions.
It will be launching in the US this week and should be out in Southeast Asia soon. We'll be sure to update you guys as soon as we hear from Razer on the pricing and availability in our region.
What do you think of the Razer Nabu? Leave us a comment below!