Cooler Master revealed its first gaming monitors at CES. The GM34 is a 144Hz, 34-inch ultrawide, and the GM27 is a 165Hz 27-incher. It's also getting more into gaming chairs.
Developers have complained about an issue with the Linux kernel scheduler making it difficult to maintain performance in games they're attempting to port to Google Stadia.
SuperData research found that the game industry--including mobile, console and PC games as well as other categories--reached $120.1 billion in revenues in 2019.
With 165Hz, FreeSync 2 HDR, excellent contrast and accurate color, the Dell S3220DGF is well-suited for just about anything.
It seems that Puma believes that the right socks will help you improve your gaming skills. The brand has launched the Active Gaming Footwear socks on its UK and Australia sites.
Rather than negatively affecting desktop and laptop shipments, cloud gaming is expected to be a 'gateway' for newcomers to the market, analyst IDC said.
Google Stadia has finally launched Stream Connect, which enables screen sharing with "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint."
Nvidia and Tencent announced that they are working together on a new cloud gaming service, Start, set to launch in China.
Sony has detailed the imaginatively named DualShock 4 Back Button Attachment for the PlayStation 4's controller.
Microsoft pulled the wraps off of Project Scarlett, and it is the Xbox Series X with a PC-style design and a new controller.
AOC is coming out with two new ultrawide gaming monitors. The CU34G2 and the CU34G2X both feature VA panels with the latter going up to 144 Hz.
Razer’s understated Viper Ultimate wireless RGB gaming mouse packs impressive tech and performance, but its small form factor and light weight make best-suited for claw grip gamers.
Established as the go-to wireless headset since its release, the SteelSeries Arctis 7 2019 Edition is still a supremely strong contender in an increasingly crowded cable-free market.
Corsair’s Ironclaw RGB Wireless is the perfect balance between crazy form and intuitive function and at an impressive price. It’s the perfect palm-gripping mouse.
Welcome to the beginning of the next era of virtual reality hardware, where host devices aren’t needed, and cables are just for charging.