Xbox One S All-Digital Edition Goes Disc Free

It had to happen. Disc free gaming has been inevitable for a while now, thanks to developments in the digital world; for example, the ability to compile a library of digital games that travels with you and is accessible in the cloud. The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition makes the most of its disc free status and offers gamers a lot of features that fit right in with the new digitised environment.

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HTC Vive Pro Eye Sports Precision Eye Tracking

Virtual reality just got even more real. The all new HTC Vive Pro Eye headset has made that happen in spectacular style, with revolutionary precision eye tracking which has been added to its already long list of features, such as world-class graphics, high-end audio, and expansive modular tracking.

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Gigabyte X299 Aorus Gaming Leverages Intel Kaby Lake-X Processor

Gigabyte X299 Aorus Gaming will be the first motherboard in the world that’s powered by Kaby Lake-X. Competitors to Gigabyte are rumoured to launch new models on this processor later this year. Continue reading “Gigabyte X299 Aorus Gaming Leverages Intel Kaby Lake-X Processor”

Nintendo Switch – New Console From Nintendo

Nintendo’s latest console has a very descriptive name: Nintendo Switch. It adjusts to any environment and type of game that you want to play. It’s portable when you’re on the go and functions as a stationary console when at home. Continue reading “Nintendo Switch – New Console From Nintendo”

PlayStation 4 Neo – Powerful Hardware Upgrades

More information has been leaked online about PlayStation’s new, upgraded console called PlayStation 4 Neo. Hardware specs like processor, graphics and memory have been revealed. Sony has reiterated that the two consoles will co-exist and that all games released from October will work on both platforms. Furthermore, the UI is identical for both platforms. Continue reading “PlayStation 4 Neo – Powerful Hardware Upgrades”

Xbox One S – Smaller Xbox Launches August 2nd

A significantly smaller and updated XBox console called XBox One S will be released on August 2nd in New Zealand. There are three versions with different disk capacity: 500 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB. Only the largest 2 TB version will be available initially. Continue reading “Xbox One S – Smaller Xbox Launches August 2nd”

AOC Launches Gaming Brand AGON

Gaming and powerful hardware go hand-in-hand. Gaming hardware is big business given the large number of gamers in the world and the propensity of gamers to purchase premium gaming products. The Taiwanese firm AOC isn’t well-known for gaming and it has therefore launched a premium brand called AGON for its high-end gaming monitors in order to position itself in the market.AOC just launched ten new AGON branded monitors targeted at gamers during a launch event in Beijing. The goal according to AOC is to “provide gamers with the most versatile gaming experience” possible. Continue reading “AOC Launches Gaming Brand AGON”

PlayStation 4 Dominates the NZ Console Market

PlayStation 4 (PS4) sales accounted for 59% of consoles sales in New Zealand last year according to data recently released by research firm NDP Group. Sales were especially strong during the Christmas period with Sony NZ achieving record-breaking home console sales. Continue reading “PlayStation 4 Dominates the NZ Console Market”