Plenty of us, if not all of us, play mobile games. But did you know that there are phones that are optimized to handle demanding games with ease? That’s exactly what Red Magic’s 6S Pro claims to do, and it certainly delivers.
Nintendo is finally bringing N64 and Sega Genesis games to the Switch Online subscription service. Previously, subscribers could only access NES and SNES games. But there’s an annoying catch here—you have to pay for a Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack to unlock these retro classics.
This week Facebook announced an exciting deal where those who buy the Oculus Quest 2 can get a second set for $100 off, making multiplayer VR gaming a reality with friends and family. This deal won’t last for long, though, so you better hurry and snag a new VR headset while you can.
HP’s latest all-in-one desktop PC runs Windows 11 and has specs comparable to a standalone gaming PC. The new HP Envy 34 sports a bigger, better, ultrawide 5K display and packs NVIDIA’s latest RTX 3080 all inside one slim setup.
A new NVIDIA driver adds DLSS support to 28 new games, plus official certification for Windows 11. The AI-powered upscaling software increases game resolution without wasting processing power, allowing PCs to run games at 4K without sacrificing FPS, draw distance, or other in-game quality settings.
After launching the HTC Vive Pro 2 headset earlier this year, VR newcomers can finally pre-order the full HTC Vive Pro 2 kit with wireless controllers and motion-tracking base stations. The kit costs $1,400 and orders ship mid-October.
You’ve probably heard of fingerless gloves, but Razer’s new product is almost the opposite thing. The company’s new finger sleeves slip of your index fingers or thumbs (or why not both!). In theory, they should enhance mobile gaming sessions by blocking sweat slippage.
Virtual Reality (VR) is becoming more mainstream. Headset sales are increasing yearly as the business, research, and entertainment worlds continue to explore what the medium can offer. Unfortunately, there may be times when the headset comes off, but bits of the virtual world continues to linger.
If you thought that the original Razer Huntsman was fast, you’ll be shocked by the new Huntsman V2 and V2 Tenkeyless. Both mechanical keyboards feature a 8,000Hz polling rate, eight times that of the original Huntsman, for a nearly lag-free gaming experience.
Last year IKEA announced a partnership with ASUS to create a line of “Gamer Gear” inspired furniture and accessories for ASUS ROG fans. The retailer offers clean, minimal, RGB light-free options for gamers to decorate their space.