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Showing posts with label Gaming. Show all posts

Razer Blade Gaming Laptop | Review | Features | Specs | Price | World's Thinnest Gaming Laptop

Razer Blade World's Thinnest Gaming laptop

Razer's gaming laptop is famous for its peripherals, and now, Razer has introduced a new world's thinnest gaming laptop called Razer Blade. Have a look at it, first impression of the 14-inch Razer blade that's smaller, thinner and lighter enough to be your everyday machine.

The new Razer Blade (2013) is just another in a steady stream of gaming PC's with small display and extra battery backup of 6.24 hrs.

Razer Blade

Razer Blade is powered by Intel's Core 4th generation 2.2 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3.2 GHz i7-7402HQ Haswell processor. In additional hardware specifications include NVIDIA GeForce GTX765M graphic card with 2 GB of video RAM and 8 GB of DDR3 memory.

Razer Blade is also outfitted with 128 GB mSATA Solid-State Drive with option for 256 GB or 512 GB SSD. Although, Razer also offers the Blade Pro, a 17-inch version laptop featuring Switchblade interface and a slightly faster than Blade version with 2.4 GHz Intel Core processor.

Razer Blade Gaming laptop

This Laptop comes with 14-inch LED-backlit display that uses 1600 x 900 pixels resolution, and according to connectivity, you can connect laptop to larger screen with HDMI 1.4a port. Qualcomm's Killer N1202 network card is also present, so you can enjoy in Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, three USB 3.0 ports, bluetooth v4.0 and last it includes 1.3 Megapixel Full HD webcam. There is no optical drive, no muti-card reader and no ethernet port.

Razer Blade  review

Razer Blade is a great gaming laptop, and according to price, starting price of this laptop is $1799 respectively.

AMD 5GHz Microprocessor(CPU) | World's First 5GHz CPU | Gaming FX 9590


Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) announced "AMD FX-9590" and "AMD FX-9370, World's first commercial 5GHz and 4.7GHz CPU for PC's.

The eight-core FX-9590 will debut in destop PC's this summer. It probably won't come cheap and it consume amount of power at 220 Watts.

At E3, AMD demonstrated why is at the core of gaming," Bernd Lienhard said "The new FX 5GHz processor is an emphatic performance statement to the most demanding gamers seeking ultra-high resolution experiences, including AMD Eyefinity technology. This is another proud innovation for AMD in delivering the world’s first commercially available 5 GHz processor.”

As these are enthusiast chips, overclocking will also be a significant factor - the top Ivy Bridge and Haswell (Intel i7 4000 series) can both overclock about 15% over stock speeds ; it's unknown whether there will be similar overclocking headroom left in AMDs latest. If these chips can hit 5.7GHz, and if doing so does not raise power draw to utterly intolerable levels, these chips won't be disadvantaged - however that is a very big if.

In the end, it's hard to see Richland making a big change to the market this year. AMD's big chance should come when it releases a new architecture, known as Kaveri, planned to start manufacturing late this year, with the first systems in early 2014. This introduces an updated CPU core architecture known as "Steamroller," which should offer an improvement in raw CPU horsepower, and what AMD is calling heterogeneous Uniform Memory Access (hUMA), which should allow the CPU and GPU units to work together more closely.

Microsoft Xbox One | Release Date | Features | News | Price

Microsoft Xbox One

Microsoft has confirmed the exact date of arrival for its Xbox One, an Xbox One release date has been teased for November 27, with Amazon offering Xbox One pre-orders alongside the speculative launch date.

The Xbox One's listing on Amazon states quite plainly "this item will be released on November 27, 2013. Rumours have also been swirling that suggest Sony's PlayStation 4 will also be released in November, although both Sony and Amazon are yet to suggest a release date for the console.

A power games console with a raft of entertainment features thrown into the mix, the Xbox One specs sheet sees an eight-core processor line up next to 8GB of DDR3 RAM and a 500GB HDD. Connectivity-wise you've got 802.11n Wi-Fi with Wi-Fi Direct functionality for exchanging data between devices - specifically the new Xbox controller.

With Microsoft recently announcing the Xbox One price at $499/£429, the 360 replacement will hit store shelves £80 more expensive than its main rival, Sony’s PlayStation 4.

"An internet connection will not be required to play offline Xbox One games. After a one-time system set-up with a new Xbox One, you can play any disc based game without ever connecting online again,” Don Mattrick, Head of Xbox said in an official blog post.