With a simple and approachable device like the Steam Deck, will PC gaming finally get its hooks into console gamers?
It's been rumoured for a while, but Valve's Steam Deck handheld has been officially unveiled.
Microsoft has announced an extension of the warranty, from 90 days to 1 year, for the Xbox Wireless Elite Series 2 Controller.
The first Nvidia Ampere architecture cards, the RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090, look like some seriously impressive bits of kit.
You've probably heard quite enough about "12 teraflops" this week. But if you'll indulge us one more article, we'll break down what the figure means –...
Not every prototype goes into production, but we're hoping that Dell and Alienware will bring the Concept UFO to market.
Ever wish you could put a discrete graphics card into Intel's diminutive NUC computers? Well, soon you'll be able to do just that.
The new Razer Blade Stealth is now the most powerful ultrabook money can buy.
MSI and Zotac are bringing low-profile GTX 1650 cards to the market soon.
There are even bigger discounts on certified refurbished gear in the Corsair summer sale.
Razer's Quartz Pink hardware, at first blush, actually looks rather sweet.
The Xbox One controller is (probably) the best controller ever made, but sometimes only keyboard and mouse will do.
The Razer Blade Stealth isn't big, but it is clever. Now it's getting even better, and you'll be able to get reasonable gaming performance without the...
Acer's new product jamboree introduces a swathe of new products this week, including the latest AMD FreeSync Acer Nitro monitors, the VG0 and RG0.
The new Razer Core X: bigger, more powerful, and three fifths the price. Where's the catch?
The Acer Predator Triton 700: a GTX 1080-equipped laptop, that's less than 20mm thick and weighs under 2.5kg? It sounds too good to be true, but...
The words "Razer" and "entry-level" do not often go hand in hand, but here we are, all the same: it's the brand new Razer Abyssus mouse.
PC Building Simulator doesn't sound like it's going to be a great deal of fun, but there's something calming and satisfying about snapping virtual components together.
Avermedia, best known for their streaming and capture hardware, have been making moves into audio recently.
Feral Interactive, the specialist publisher of Mac and Linux games, has today released the GameMode Linux system tool.