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Kinesis Gaming is marketing its Freestyle Edge split-design, ergonomic, kickstand-supported keyboard as a gaming plank, but it will sate typists, too.
Apple reportedly dropped $30M on Vrvana, a promising Canadian startup with impressive IP.
After making its debut at Computex 2017, Cooler Master’s new flagships keyboard, the MasterKeys MK750, is available with nary a missing feature.
We tear down Kaihua's new low-profile switches: the 1232, 1350, and 1442.
As the dust (maybe) settles on the legal feud between Massdrop and Input Club, the kerfuffle may actually result in three new sets of switches.
SteelSeries’ newest keyboard, the Apex M750, is the vehicle by which the company debuted its latest switch, the QX2
A mechanical keyboard, it is not. But it does have some high-end features.
This news is the latest in the arms race around eye-tracking tech, which remains one of the next "needs" for both VR and, more importantly, AR.
Cherry, long the dominant mechanical switch maker, has cast an eye towards the DIY market by offering its switches “in different variants and as a special developer kit.”
Microsoft has been chattering about its Windows Mixed Reality HMDs (by various names) for nearly a year, and now you can preorder any of the five that the company publicly acknowledges.
Your questions about Windows Mixed Reality, answered here.
Corsair has its own PBT, doubleshot keycap kits. But they're only for (most) Corsair keyboards.
Here's all of our coverage from Oculus Connect 4 (so far).
We tried a handful of new titles at Oculus Connect 4 this past week, and as usual, each dealt with locomotion in a different way.
Oculus announced its (other) untethered, standalone VR HMD at Oculus Connect. Here's everything we know about it so far.
The Rift bundle--which includes the headset, sensors, six free apps, and Touch controllers--is now, permanently, just $399.
Oculus stands at a crossroads. It’s facing market threats from all sides, and its more or less walled-garden strategy looks more tenuous than ever.
In a huge move, Valve announced that it’s licensing more of its VR technology to other hardware makers who can in turn build third-party VR devices.
The company that makes the Vuze VR (360, 3D) camera, HumanEyes, built companion software for the camera called HumanEyes Studio.
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