Day: July 30, 2017

Logitech’s new headset brings cinematic sound to your games

July 30, 2017

Gaming headsets have gotten a lot more stylish in the past year, with companies like SteelSeries and LucidSound packing cinema-quality sound into catwalk-ready cans. Now, peripheral giant Logitech is taking them on with its newest release, the G533. This $150 headset boasts 7.1 surround sound, a simple-but-classy design and, most important to gamers, wireless capability […]

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Logitech turns your car into an Amazon Alexa controller

July 30, 2017

Amazon’s Alexa platform is no longer confined to the home: Ford, Hyundai and Volkswagen have all revealed plans to integrate the voice assistant into their vehicles. That’s great if you’re a die-hard Amazon customer and in the market for a new car. For the rest of us, Logitech’s aftermarket ZeroTouch mounts and companion app bring […]

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Engadget giveaway: Win a Harmony Elite and Amazon Echo courtesy of Logitech!

July 30, 2017

Logitech’s Harmony series has come a long way and now with the Elite remote control you can do more than ever before. This universal remote not only lets you control all your media devices (from TVs to streaming media players), but it also handles a variety of smart home products. You can use the Harmony […]

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Logitech’s Pop buttons can control Apple HomeKit devices

July 30, 2017

Logitech Smart devices give you more control of your home while simultaneously making it more complicated. Logitech launched its Pop Smart Button last year to help simplify things a bit, and now they’ve made it more useful with Apple HomeKit compatibility. That’ll let you control any HomeKit peripheral using the button, including Honeywell Lyric thermostats, […]

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Logitech’s latest MX mice are ready for your multi-PC setup

July 30, 2017

Logitech Most mice are designed with the assumption that you’ll pair them with one PC at a time. But that’s just not realistic these days — there’s a good chance you have multiple systems. And Logitech thinks it can do something about this with its latest flagship mice. It’s introducing the MX Master 2S (shown […]

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The Seasonic PRIME Titanium PSU (650W, 750W, 850W) Review: Mythical Performance

July 30, 2017

Founded over 35 years ago, Seasonic is one of the first PC power supply manufacturers and today their products are held in very high regard amongst PC enthusiasts. Despite their high popularity and recognition that the brand name has, the company is one of the very few that did not diversify towards other segments of […]

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NZXT Releases Kraken G12 Liquid Cooler GPU Mounting Kit

July 30, 2017

NZXT has announced its Kraken G12 mounting kit, which is designed to allow video cards to mount a closed-loop liquid cooler. In junctionwith a cooler, the adapter can significantly decrease GPU temperatures and improve cooling of VRMs; it is compatible with various coolers and cards. Closed-loop liquid cooling systems (LCSes) for CPUs have gained popularity […]

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Thermaltake Adds RGB Lighting to Toughpower Grand Gold PSUs

July 30, 2017

Thermaltake has introduced a new lineup of high-end PSUs featuring RGB lighting. The new Toughpower Grand RGB Gold power supplies are equipped with 256 colors 'Riing' RGB fan, featuring five lighting modes as well as all the regular attributes of advanced PSUs, including a modular design, flat black cables, a "smart" fan, as well as […]

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DEEPCOOL Showcase the GamerStorm Quadstellar: One Big Metal Shuriken Chassis

July 30, 2017

While we haven’t talked much about Deepcool over the years, every show I always ended up scheduling a meeting with them and they always seem receptive to ideas regarding their new chassis designs. The top end products come through the GamerStorm brand, and currently feature the Genome featuring an integrated helix-based reservoir water cooler attached […]

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3-Way Low Profile CPU Cooling Shoot-Out: Reeven, Phanteks, Noctua

July 30, 2017

A good CPU cooler can usually be found at the top spots of an enthusiast’s shopping list, as stock coolers rarely are sufficient for the wants and needs of advanced users, especially when overclocking is involved. Choosing the right aftermarket product can be a little complicated, mostly depending on what the product’s focus is and […]

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