PAX Prime 2013 Video Coverage and more
Posted on: 09/08/2013 11:44 AM
Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles, including PAX Prime 2013 Video Coverage, Roccat Ryos MK Pro Keyboard Review, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 lens-style camera Review, More Images Of Apple's Forthcoming iPhone 5C Leaked, and Mionix Avior 8200 Laser Gaming Mouse
PAX Prime 2013 Video Coverage in Glorious 1080p HD – Part One and Part Two @ Futurelooks
It’s hard to believe that last week, gamers from all over North America flocked to Seattle for this event. And now we’re home editing video and photos and I think we’ve got some great stuff here to show you. There were definitely some real firsts for PC hardware and gaming at this year’s PAX Prime 2013 including the unveiling of the highly anticipated HAF Stacker by Cooler Master and the first public performance of INTEL’s SSD overclocking technology. And let’s not forget about how stupid wrong anyone is when they say that PC gaming is dead. At PAX Prime, PC gaming is stronger and healthier than ever. We hope you enjoy our video coverage featuring some really great companies doing their part to support and encourage PC gaming. I now present to you, part one and part two of our PAX Prime 2013. video coverage in glorious 1080p HD
Read more: PAX Prime 2013 Video Coverage in Glorious 1080p HD – Part One and Part Two @ FuturelooksRoccat Ryos MK Pro Keyboard Review @ KitGuru
Today we are taking a closer look at the ROCCAT Ryos MK Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. With a choice of different switches, per-key lighting and two 32-bit ARM Cortex processors it is clear to see ROCCAT want to make the Ryos MK Pro the keyboard of choice for demanding gamers. Everything looks great on paper, but can the Ryos MK Pro live up to our expectations?
Read more: Roccat Ryos MK Pro Keyboard Review @ KitGuruAsustor AS-302T NAS Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
Now with a new range of NAS, and a new OS to run on their devices and some iOS/Android apps we get to see how the products have evolved in the form of the AS-302T.
Read more: Asustor AS-302T NAS Review @ HardwareHeaven.comSony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 lens-style camera Review @ Silicon Republic
At IFA Berlin, Sony had a number of new products to excite journalists, consumers and trade visitors alike, but one gadget capturing a lot of attention was the Cyber-shot DSC-QX10, an innovative new concept merging Sony's mobile business with its digital imaging expertise.
Read more: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 lens-style camera Review @ Silicon RepublicThe Man Behind The UK's Number 1 Overclocker: Exclusive Interview With Ian Pack Parry @ KitGuru
During the launch event for his own range of systems, KitGuru was lucky enough to get the chance to sit (well, stand) with Ian Pack Parry and ask him a few questions about his range of ultra high end systems, his professional overclocking career, and himself as a person.
Read more: The Man Behind The UK's Number 1 Overclocker: Exclusive Interview With Ian Pack Parry @ KitGuruMore Images Of Apple's Forthcoming iPhone 5C Leaked @ Tech ARP
Just days before the official Apple announcement on their new iPhones, the Internet is rife with rumours and leaks about what Apple will reveal. An iPhone 5S as a replacement for the Apple iPhone 5, that was released on 19th of September last year, is all but a foregone conclusion. What Apple fans and watchers argue about is the claim that Apple would offer a lower-cost iPhone as well. This, you will note, is something that Apple doyen, Steve Jobs, was dead set against.
Instead of selling a cheaper, lower-end iPhone together with every new flagship iPhone model, Apple has chosen instead to offer their previous generation iPhone model with less storage capacity as the "lower-end model". This trickle-down system has the benefit of both extending the production life of each iPhone model (lowering costs and increasing profit for Apple), as well as boosting the resale value of used iPhones.
All that will change if Apple introduces a cheaper, low-end version of the latest iPhone model. Correction - it is now more or less confirmed that Apple will introduce what most people are calling the Apple iPhone 5C as the lower-end version of the iPhone 5S. The choice of the letter C was said to denote the wider range of colours that the iPhone 5C will be made available in, while others claim that the C denotes "Cheap" because of the lower cost, or "China" because it will also support the TD-SCDMA standard, which is used exclusively in China.
Read more: More Images Of Apple's Forthcoming iPhone 5C Leaked @ Tech ARPMionix Avior 8200 Laser Gaming Mouse @ NikKTech
I must admit that i've never really enjoyed watching other people play games at least not for long periods of time (ok girls are something somewhat unique since where i live that's a very rare phenomenon) and so i think that's also the reason as to why i sometimes fail to see the point behind the existence of all those relatively new eSPORTS professional teams out there. That being said however i also have to admit that because there are so many eSPORTS teams out there (mostly the really old ones) attracting millions of fans around the globe for the past few years manufacturers have focused a lot into developing much better gaming peripherals such as mice, keyboard and headsets. Mionix is amongst those manufacturers and although it's been quite a while since Iâ€™ve had my hands on one of their products for the past week we've been testing their latest Avior 8200 laser gaming mouse which brought back memories of the very impressive Naos 5000 laser gaming mouse (my very first encounter with them).
Read more: Mionix Avior 8200 Laser Gaming Mouse @ NikKTech