CES is the world’s biggest trade show. It is usually for the consumer electronic but there were many PC hardware demos this year. Everything from the new gaming mice, keyboards, PCs and Displays were there. The best gears from them are:
Razer Mamba HyperFlux
Razer shows their newly developed wireless mouse Razer Mamba HyperFlux. It doesn’t need a battery. It comes with the well furnished charging mat. Unlike other competitors, it uses the mat to charge.Its technology uses the mousepad to create a magnetic field which constantly powers up the mouse. The mouse pad name is Firefly HyperFlux and it is two -sided charging mouse pad. Both mouse and mousepad offer RGB illumination, they will release in the Q1 2018 with a cost of $250.
Nvidia is launching the first big screen gaming display this year. It is specially designed for gamers who seek ultimate 4k gaming experience. Its wingspan is 65” with 120Hz G-SYNC HDR panel and 4k resolution. These features make it perfect for a spectacular gaming experience. It also features inbuilt Nvidia shield TV to enjoy a show or movie too. Its price is currently not available but it will launch in the 2nd half of 2018.
Snowblind is the cool and most astonishing costume side panel from the iBuyPower. It is equipped with the latest iBuyPower technology: a 1280x 1024 resolution “crystal clear” transparent LCD display which can show everything from effects to the temperature of PC. You can download widgets to display on the panel or you can make it completely transparent.
Digital Storm Project Spark
Boutique system Digital Storm’s Project spark is showcased in CES 2018. It is the smallest and one the most powerful gaming pc of all time measuring 4 inches wide and only 12 inches tall. It is built on the micro STX platform and configurable with Intel’s Z370 chipset with supports up to an Intel Core-i7 8700K CPU and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card and can supports three M.2 SSDs. Project Spark will ready to ship in Q2 of 2018 with a base price of $1299 that includes Nvidia GTX 1060.
Geoforce Now is the cloud game streaming service. It was launched on 1 October 2015 and still in news. At CES Nvidia was showing it off by running PUBG and Rainbow Six on decidedly crappy laptops. The streaming service allows your PC to connect your data to their network allow you to stream the games on PC. You’ll able to play the game as long as you have a good internet connection. But firstly, you will have to purchase the game for streaming. It supports over 160 games and its beta is currently free to access in North America and Europe. You can request for the free beta from here.
Asus Bezel-free Kit
At CES 2018, Asus reveals its Bezel-free kit, a multi-display monitor setup. It is that type of multiple display setup which eliminate the gap where the display connects. It consists of vertical lenses and easy-to-attach mounts that connect the edge of each monitor with 130-degree-angle and also uses light refraction for the monitor edges to disappear to the viewer and doesn’t require any software. Its price is TBD.
Corsair K63 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
Corsair has launched its first wireless mechanical keyboard. It features comfortable lapboard with a full-sized mouse pad and also has memory foam cushion and built-in wrist rest to provide hours of comfort. It is available with Cherry Red MX switches along with ice-blue backlighting. Its battery can last up to 15 hours per charge. You can also use it while charging via USB cable. It is available now on Corsair site of the cost of $109.
HTC Vive Pro and Wireless Adapter
HTC announced updated version of HTC Vive and a wireless adapter at CES 2018. It works with new headset and original Vive. Its resolution is more than the original one. It runs on1,440 x 1,600 compared to the older model’s 1,080 x 1,200 resolution. It will have two front-facing cameras instead of the one of the original model.It will also include built-in headphones.
The wireless adapter connects to the headset and makes communication with your PC. It runs over Intel’s WiGig 60G band on a couple of batteries. Both products will release later 2018.