Dell Launches 'VR Ready' XPS 27 AIO: 4K, Core i7-7700, Radeon RX 570, 10 Speakers
In the grand scheme of things, Riotoro is a relatively new brand in the tech space. Last year at Computex was a big debut, and the young outfit is back with more gear.
Next week, the Tom’s Hardware crew will be on the ground in sweaty, beautiful Taipei for Computex 2017, bringing you loads of news and insights from our favorite tradeshow of the year.
The Focus G is a standard ATX mid-tower, whereas the Focus G Mini features a more compact footprint and is intended for Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX builds.
Acer’s introduction of the Nitro 5 is its attempt to target budget gamers with a low-end gaming laptop.
MSI has been teasing the Z270 Godlike Gaming motherboard for weeks, and now it's pulled back the curtain--to an extent.
Lenovo can afford to gamble a bit on the XR revolution. And gamble it has, with three devices for two different platforms that offer AR, MR, and VR capabilities.
Qualcomm wants every piece of the XR pie, on both Android and Windows (except for the high-end gaming segment). Here's how it's getting there.
What’s Tango doing on those new VR headsets? Put differently, what isn’t Tango doing on them, and why?
Untethered VR is one of the next holy grails in the VR industry. And HTC is about to beat Oculus to the punch.
Released along with the K-Type keyboard, the two new switches were designed by Jacob Alexander of the Input Club and are manufactured by Kaihua Electronics (which makes Kailh switches).
The Input Club is on a quest to make the most perfect keyboard ever, and the latest results of the group’s efforts is the K-Type. Presently, it’s listed on Massdrop as a preview.
At CES 2017, Roccat debuted not only a trio of mice (not to mention an analog gaming keyboard), but its own mouse sensor, which is the result of a venture with PixArt.
We review the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum, outfitted with the company’s own Romer-G switches instead of the industry standard Cherry, plus full RGB lighting.
We review Logitech's spartan-looking G610 Orion gaming keyboard. For $120, you get white backlighting and Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches.
Starting today, Windows Mixed Reality HMD dev kits from both Acer and HP are available...for preorder.
Microsoft finally answered one of the key lingering questions around its mixed reality efforts by announcing that the platform is getting 6DoF motion controllers.
We suppose it was inevitable, but with this MSI/SteelSeries collaboration, now RGB lighting can be synced across products from multiple manufacturers.
Tango on the Phab 2 Pro is a half measure, and in some ways so are the apps, but they’re all necessary ones, pointing towards and leading up to new and compelling technology and experiences.
To flesh out its growing family of mechanical keyboards, G.Skill announced the KM560, its first tenkeyless (TKL) model. It’s essentially a sawed-off version of the KM570.