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CES 2014: Five launches that will have gamers drooling

From CES 2014, slimmest gaming laptop, audiophile quality headsets and customisable keyboards

Updated: January 8, 2014 2:23:21 pm

newAORUS X7: This is super slim for a gaming laptop, but backed by a duo of GTX 765M Graphics, the X7 is capable of performance on par with laptops running GTX 780M. The device is 0.9 inches thin and weighs just 2.9 kg, when the new Alienware 14 is over 3.5 kg. The full aluminum chassis has four vents, five thermal pipes and two fans, achieving excellent reliability and stability. The laptop has two 512GB mSATA solid state drives along with a 1TB hard drive and four memory slots filled 32GB DDR3L SDRAM. It is powered by an Intel 4th gen. Core i7 Haswell Processor and has a anti-glare Full HD display with 8ms response.

IZON Glasses-Free 3D TV: Gamers who were limited to 3D games on hand-held devices will now be able to experience the same on a larger screen thanks to these glasses-free 3D televisions. Available in 24, 32, 47 and 55 models, IZON will be able to run the 200-odd Play Station and Xbox games that feature 3D scenes. IZON produces sub-pixel accurate alignment in the 3D displays, creating clear crisp imagery at an affordable price. The TVs feature HyperMix3D, a multi-threaded 3D rendering technology that uses algorithms that take advantage of multi-core GPUs and produces immersive 3D without eyestrain. It also processes 3D stereo movies

Corsair Cherry MX RGB keyboards: Based on a Vengeance K70 gaming keyboard fitted with new Cherry MX RGB keyswitches, these new keyboards will give gamers vast customization and game enhancing benefits of per-key 16.8 million color backlighting. The new keyboards promise to give gamers all of the precision, feel, and reliability of Cherry MX-based Corsair gaming keyboards enhanced with new personalization and gaming customization provided by nearly limitless per-key lighting combinations. They will be available in the second half of the year.

Audio-Technica gaming headsets: The closed-back ATH-AG1 and open-back ATH-ADG1 ($249.95 and $299.95) utilise core elements of audiophile models to deliver an immersive sonic experience with exceptional clarity and dynamics, and a realistic soundstage that draws listeners completely into the gaming environment. Both include a built-in microphone and a detachable USB D/A converter/headphone amplifier along with additional gaming-specific features.

XOLO Win: These new tablets will leverage AMD’s graphics innovation and application acceleration to deliver a visual experience that amateur mobile gamers will love. The 10.1-inch tablet is powered by an AMD A4 Elite Mobility processor with Radeon HD 8180 graphics. With a resolution of 768 x 1366 and 2 GB of RAM with a 32 GB MultiMediaCard (MMC) reader, the tablet will also feature a 2 MP rear camera. The product will hit the stores in India by the end of January 2014.

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