This has been an interesting week for tech. So here's our weekly roundup:
PLEXTOR S1 SSD
Building your own gaming rig is now easier than before. Computers with SSDs offer speedier boot ups, launch apps faster, and give your PC an overall boost in processing power. Plextor's entry-level S1 SSDs offers a 510/440 MB/s read-and-write speed.
RAZER BLADE PRO
Razer recently announced their latest gaming notebook: this year's Razer Blade Pro. It features a 4K touchscreen and is powered by a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080. It is also VR-ready for anyone out there with an Oculus Rift or an HTC Vive.
Two other key features are included in the new
gaming laptop. The first is a low-profile mechanical keyboard that is almost as
thin as a MacBook Pro. Secondly, the Razer Blade Pro was built with a desktop
design in mind, and includes a specious glass trackpad and a scroll wheel, both
of which are located just where you normally place your mouse by a desktop
computer. This removes any need to change your playstyle while switching
between the two platforms.
A little over a week ago, Sony finally released the PlayStation VR. It's a nice introduction to what virtual reality will bring to a wider audience. It is in no way as powerful as the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive, but the headset is much more affordable than the other two. To add to this, you wouldn't even need a high-powered rig to play virtual games; just boot up your PlayStation and you're set!
A console slash handheld??? Yes, we can't get enough of it. Read more about it HERE.Â