Razer’s Project Brooklyn Is a Gaming Chair Right Off a ‘Star Trek’ Set

The outlandish designs of gaming peripherals lend themselves towards sci-fi imaginings: I’ve personally seen Razer’s Tartarus and Orbweaver keypads in Arrow and Ender’s Game. But the company’s latest concept device looks like it dropped right off the bridge of a warp-capable starship. Meet Project Brooklyn, Razer’s concept for the future of PC gaming chairs and “battlestations.”

LG’s First OLED Computer Monitor is a 32-inch 4K Stunner

It’s just typical, isn’t it: two weeks after I give up my years-long wait for OLED panels to finally hit mainstream monitors and plunk down a bundle for a gaming IPS screen, LG announces its first OLED monitor. Today the LG UltraFine OLED Pro was revealed at the CES 2021 virtual event.

LG’s Transparent OLED Screens Look a Lot More Useful Right Now

We’ve seen various flavors of transparent screens for years, and I’ve always wondered exactly what the utility of such things was, beyond a few niche tools like AR glasses or fighter pilot helmets. But LG’s latest stab at transparent TVs makes more sense on the final day of 2020, when literal barriers between people are a necessary part of life.

CES 2021 Cancels In-Person Event, Goes Online-Only

We’ve been watching major events in the tech industry and beyond cancelled or moved to “online only” streaming affairs for months. With the COVID-19 epidemic still rampant in the United States, it seemed like a matter of “when” instead of “if” CES would follow suit. The “when” is now: the CTA has announced that the Consumer Electronics Show will be all-digital in January, 2021.

Let’s Hold CES 2021 in ‘Fortnite’

A couple of weeks ago, the CTA sent me a questionnaire about what they could do to make me feel safe at CES 2021, which by the way is totally happening in Las Vegas in January. That seems optimistic at best and dangerously aspirational at worst. I have an alternative: let’s all play Fortnite.
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