Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite gaming mouse is best mouse for MOBA players

Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite review

Every player of MOBA (Massive Online Battle Arena) games needs, yes or yes, a lot of keys on his mouse to activate the multiple shortcuts that require such games to be competitive. It is useless to waste time searching and pressing keys on the keyboard, when you can do everything directly with your mouse. It is, for this type of player, that Corsair has designed its new gaming mouse Scimitar RGB Elite, which has a full keyboard located on its left side.

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Corsair K83 wireless keyboard review–wireless keyboard for Steam Link, control your SmartTV or play the console or smartphone

Corsair has just presented its new Corsair K83 wireless keyboard, designed to control all the entertainment of the home, comfortably sitting in the living room of our house. And is that this new model of the brand, makes the compatibility with different entertainment devices, one of its main advantages. Because this wireless keyboard is not only compatible with the use of personal computers. It is also with the use of devices for streaming video, SmartTV or mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.

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ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Turbo will be more expensive but slower than the NVIDIA Founders Edition

We have found out that the next Asus range top graphics cards, the ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, will not only have a higher sales price than the NVIDIA 2080Ti Founders Edition will have, but also, its frequencies will be lower than the frequencies of this graphic card model.

ASUS GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Turbo

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ECS LIVA Z2 review: a mini PC with Intel Gemini Lake that plays 4K without problems

ECS LIVA Z2

Despite the fact that smart televisions carry more and more functionalities and allow us to reproduce all kinds of content, sometimes it is preferable to have a computer directly connected to have total flexibility. Today we analyze the ECS LIVA Z2, a mini PC with Windows 10 and Intel Gemini Lake 14 nm processor capable of decoding HEVC by hardware, the codec used by 4K videos.

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Next-gen consoles will need 7.4 TFLOPs to reach 4K and 30 FPS

Xbox One X

A lot of emphasis is being placed, now that the two main consoles of the market are approaching the end of their life cycle, in which the next-gen consoles should be able to move the games with a 4K resolution and, at least, with a fps rate of 30 FPS. AMD has a lot to say about this. According to statements from AMD by Timothy Lottes, for a next-gen console to be able to play content at a 4K resolution and at least 30 FPS, it would need the console to be able to generate up to 7.4 TFLOPS of capacity. computation on the part of your graphic card. And we’re talking about doing it with a level of detail similar to what the current PlayStation 4 can produce.

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Shuttle XPC SZ270R9 Review: a barebone mini PC for gaming

Shuttle XPC SZ270R9

The Shuttle SZ270R9 means a clear evolution in terms of the design that Shuttle was developing in its barebones. It is true that it does not renounce the high quality materials such as aluminum but as true as the previous statement is that Shuttle is one of the last manufacturers in which we would think that it is going to point to the fashion of LED RGB lighting. And that is called Marketing or, as some say, renew or die. There is a growing desire to give that touch of originality to the PC and, in a world where everything is invented, that touch of originality is obtained with designs, at least, carefree, cheerful and, why not, a little aggressive.

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