People seem to get tripped up by the differences between USB 3.0, USB 3.1 Gen 1, and USB 3.1 Gen 2. Fortunately, it’s pretty simple to understand once you dig into the topic.
The Bora Lite 120 boasts a key feature: It’s compatible with the proprietary RGB lighting software from motherboard makers.
The Tesoro Gram XS does not look like an iMac keyboard, but it does espouse a low-profile design, pretty lighting, and an all-white color scheme.
AMD has finally responded to CTS Labs' findings about 13 security flaws in Ryzen and EPYC chips called Masterkey, Ryzenfall, Fallout, and Chimera.
Bloody seems to be selling its new Libra optical switches as much as it is its new keyboards, although you can’t have one without the other anyway.
It’s actually called the “bezel-free kit,” and it performs its magic trick using no active electronics of any kind. It’s literally just an optical illusion.
WaveOptics is pushing a new family of waveguide modules designed for AR glasses that promise full color, relatively high field of view (FoV), lower cost, and more scalable manufacturing processes.
We spotted some artwork in the Kaihua's CES booth that indicates more low-profile designs are in the works.
We got a semi-exclusive look at what Tesoro will be rolling out early in 2018: low-profile switch mechanical keyboards.
SteelSeries' Rival 600 mouse is tricked out with removable weights, dual sensors, and a way to eliminate lift-off distance drift.
A small company called Adshir promises to bring ray tracing to AR, thus significantly increasing the quality of the images we see.
Project Linda is a “dumb” clamshell laptop concept that uses the computing power of the Razer Phone as both the heart of the system and in place of the touchpad.
Mad Catz, a company known for weird but fun (and often expensive) gaming peripherals, is back from bankruptcy. (Insert nine lives pun here.)