Lenovo just announced a Yoga tablet with HDMI input on Weibo, a Chinese social media platform. Like a portable monitor, the new tablet could serve as a second screen for your laptop or help you play consoles games on the go.
Purchasing games should be the simplest part of playing on PC, but in recent times that’s become more complicated as more companies build their own storefronts. Each offers its own catalog and features, but which one you should buy from depends on what you’re playing and how you want to pay for it.
Despite the Wii’s incredible legacy, there is no legitimate way to play its classic games on modern hardware. There are several ways to work around this hurdle, but some techniques are more ambitious than others. StonedEdge’s homemade Wii SPii is, to say the least, extremely ambitious.
Put together two of the biggest names in eSports, and they will build one of the biggest gaming chairs you’ve ever seen. Made from quality materials and plastered with logos, the Anda Seat Fnatic Edition is easily one of the best gaming chairs for people who are big or tall, or for smaller people who enjoy a roomy seat.
Secretlab, who already makes some of the best gaming chairs on the market, just announced an all-new desk aimed at gamers. The Secretlab Magnus Metal Desk is a premium PC desk with cable management, a magnetic accessory ecosystem, RGB lighting, and more.
Playing games is supposed to be fun right? But sometimes, the fun can come from a darker place—a more difficult place. Challenging games are made to push you to your limit, which naturally leads to some frustrating moments. But with frustration, comes immense satisfaction upon victory.
While portable retro game consoles are a blast, there’s something special about playing old-school games like Atari on the big screen in your living room. In a follow-up to the original Evercade, this week, Blaze Entertainment announced the $99 Evercade VS retro gaming home console system.
Virtual pets will finally get a taste of the real world with the new Tamagotchi Pix, a full-color Tamagotchi handheld with a built-in camera. Available now, the $60 Tamagotchi Pix lets you take selfies with your virtual pet, or even “feed” your pet photos of real food.
Buying a PC monitor may seem like a simple purchase, but there’s actually a lot to consider. What do you want to use it for? Why does refresh rate matter? Do you want an ultrawide? Is color accuracy an important factor? These (and more) are all things to consider when shopping for a new display.
Nintendo’s official Joy-Cons are expensive, prone to “Joy-Con drift,” and uncomfortable for people with big hands. But don’t worry, third-party Joypads are nearly half the price of the real thing, and solve many of the Joy-Con problems that Nintendo refuses to address.