Tag: Cinelinx Tech Talk
This week sees the launch of the Razer Blade, a new highend gaming laptop, as well as the Core X, a portable option for boosting your current gear. Come inside to learn more!
While Gamevice has been around for a bit, their new Minecraft Bundle launched the other month to give mobile gamers the best experience possible, with a solid game to go along with it. They were kind enough to send one my way to test out, and I'm happy to say the controller is a great add-on that makes mobile gaming much easier.
If you're in the market for a great drawing tablet, without breaking the bank, Wacom's newly upgraded Intuos tablets have launched with everything you need to get started. Come inside to learn more!
If you have a bunch of film lying around but looking to convert them to a more managable digital format, Kodak has revealed the Scanza, a digital scanner that works for everything from 35mm to 8mm. Come inside to learn more.
With VR on the rise, more and more tech companies are looking to compete in the new(ish) market. Over the weekend more details on the Pico Neo were revealed, marking the first mass-produced standalone VR device for consumers. Come inside to learn more!
The Gamevice controller already make gaming on your phone significantly easier, but now it's getting even better as it's added support for drone flying and even a Sphero robot. Come inside to learn more!
The mobile gaming market is bigger than ever and now Razer is bringing it's expertise in gaming tech to it with the announcement of the Razer Phone. Come inside to learn more about the impressive hardware packed inside.
If you're thinking about stepping up your streaming, Razer has announced a new microphone and camera (the first to include a built in ring-light) that will help propel you to the next level. Come inside to check out the first details on the new hardware.
SteelSeries launched a pair of new computer mice specifically with gamers in mind, the Rival 310 and Sensei 310. After some hands on time with both of them, Matt and Jordan are here to talk about whether or not these are worth adding to your PC gaming setup at home! Come inside for our reviews!
SteelSeries has been killing it in terms of tournament quality gaming peripherals, and now they've partnered up with esports organization Evil Geniuses for a special lineup of their award winning products. Come inside to learn more and check out your first look!