We’ve been covering LawBreakers since it was announced last week. The game was on display at Pax Prime over the weekend and someone put together a 22 minute gameplay video. The video is actually a series of 9-second clips that were put together, but it does give you a good idea of how the game is going to play.
Back in June at Computex Corsair announced its Bulldog DIY 4K gaming PC and had a prototype on hand at the event. Over the weekend at PAX Prime Corsair has revealed the production version of the gaming PC that will ship just in time for Christmas.
The new NUC Haswell computer has been spotted and is said to have been made in order to put right all the errors which were present in the previous systems of these NUC computers which are the Next Unit Computers. Measuring merely 4 x 4 x 1.5 inches, these are the mini computers but they are good enough to pass for the normal desktop workstations.
Intel seems to be making quite a mark on overclocking and its efforts to further enhance the performance of its parts are no longer in shade with its plans to introduce the SSD Overclocking feature. This technologically sophisticated feature which will allow users to overclock their SSDs will not only be available on the Ivy Brigde-E but also on all other desktops from Intel. The feature is being integrated with the corporation of the Intel XTU (Extreme Tuning Utility) which is the software application that allows users to share and find overclock settings from other users and fine tune the Intel K processor.
According to a number of sources the Cooler Master HAF Stacker computer case will be unveiled later this month. Cooler Master wants us to get rid of all the false exaggerated reports on PC’s much awaited termination and just for now concentrate on the launch of its latest upcoming HAF Stacker computer case series.
Razer, the world leader in high-performance gaming hardware, unveiled the next generation of the world’s first true gaming laptop, the Razer Blade. The Razer Blade raised the bar on portable gaming laptops, pushing performance limits without compromising on its ultra-thin form factor. The new Razer Blade will be available for pre-order for $2,499 on Sept. 2 and begin shipping to consumers in North America on Sept. 30, 2012.
“The all-new Razer Blade is built to defy all conventions; it is has extreme levels of performance and yet amazingly thin,” said Min-Liang Tan, Razer Chief Executive Officer. “The Blade features the next generation of Intel quad core processors combined with powerful NVIDIA® GTX class graphics chips and the fastest RAM available, resulting in a machine that is insanely powerful.”