Today at the Microsoft Surface event, the company unveiled a ton of tech and news on their products and services. With weeks of rumors and guesses as to what would be announced there were still plenty of surprises to be had.
Razer has announced the new 17-inch Razer Blade Pro laptop. Built from the ground up to combine both portability and desktop performance, the Blade Pro is serious about being the go-to for gaming laptops. Portability is key and coming in at under an inch thick, it more than fits the bill.
Nintendo’s been teasing their Nintendo NX for a while, well today, they tease no longer. Take a look at the Nintendo Switch!
The wait is finally over; Sony PlayStation VR launches today across the United States and Canada.
Valve has announced that for the first time Sony’s DualShock 4 controller will be configurable through Steam. The upcoming Steam update allows for configuration of non-Steam controllers to use the Steam API.
HTC and HP have partnered up to release a Vive ready HP computer VR bundle. The package is a top-to-bottom VR setup that is aimed at consumers looking to bring home VR for the holiday season.
On Tuesday Google announced the release of its newest smartphone, the Google Pixel. The Google Pixel line consists of a 5-inch Pixel and a 5.5-inch Pixel XL.