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Eizo only made 500 units of its Foris Nova monitor, which boasts 4K resolution and OLED backlighting.
Microsoft unveiled its second audio offering, the Surface Earbuds, here at its New York Event. They'll release for $249 sometime later this year.
Logitech’s $150 G Pro X keyboard brings swappable mechanical switches into the mainstream, with options for blue, brown, or red switch types.
Razer said its new Seiren Emote is "the world's first professional-grade microphone featuring an emoticon display."
Logitech's new G604 Lightspeed is a wireless gaming mouse targeting battle royale, MMO and MOBA players. It'll come out this fall for $99.99.
Nreal Light MR glasses will be able to tether to a PC, pointing to greater computing power and battery life and potential for advanced enterprise-grade apps.
The Logitech MX Keys keyboard and MX Palm Rest are fitting for pros who like things simple and slim and need to control multiple PCs.
USB 4 promises a host of benefits that include faster transfer speeds, better management of video and optional compatibility with Thunderbolt 3.
G.Skill releases the KM360, an 87-key tenkeyless mechanical keyboard with Cherry MX Keys and white LED backlighting for $49.99.
Corsair has released the K57 RGB Wireless Gaming Keyboard, It includes the bright Capellix RGB LEDs and a long battery life with Slipstream wireless technology.
Samsung brought a trio of monitors to Gamescom 2019: the new Space Gaming Monitor, the ultrawide CRG9 and the curved 240Hz gaming monitor CRG5.
HP announced the latest gaming monitor in their flagship Omen lineup, which will arrive in September.
The Elder Scrolls Online looked stunning on the Alienware AW5520QF, a massive 55-inch OLED, 4K gaming monitor priced at $3,999.99
Acer revealed two Nitro XF2 monitors, one with a 25-inch display and the other with a 27-inch display, with 240Hz refresh rates and sub-1ms peak response times.
Strategy Analytics said that Sony's lead on the VR market increased as low-end products from Google and Samsung became less popular.
Acer announced the 240 Hz Predator XN253Q X gaming monitor, which has a 0.4 ms response time in overdrive.
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