International Consumer Electronics Show – PC Games 2010 January 19, 2010Posted by pcgamesmagazine in Uncategorized.
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The best of CES for gamers
This week in Las Vegas has begun the CES (International Consumer Electronics Show) one of the most important fairs in technology and our brothers are doing Gizmodo comprehensive coverage of all the news coming out of the fair.
We have told them some news that have broken off the event as they come Natal in November this year, Sony plans to extend the PSN to other products, or new information on the first DLC Modern Warfare 2. But now we want to concentrate on hardware that is also about this news.
We started with Dell has introduced the first portable 11-inch player dedicated to the public. This is the Alienware M11x. The screen is HD so you have a 720p resolution insured, although declined to comment much about the specifics, we know who runs Modern Warfare 2 at full resolution so I would say that we are worth. Portability in exchange for your eyes that 11 inches is not that much. Do you suggest?
Asus did not want to be left behind and also presented its Asus ROG G73jh framed in his brand new Republic of Gamers. It’ll cost a pretty penny but you’ll take home an Intel Core i7 with DirectX11, an ATI Radeon HD5870, has 8GB of DDR3 RAM, 17.3 inch screen with which you can achieve a maximum resolution of 1920 × 1080 , 500GB hard drive, or TB, DVD / Blu-ray, WiFi 802.11n and Bluetooth 2.1. It also has HDMI connection, VGA, 4 USB ports, ethernet port and card readers. In order to not have problems with running games, although I do not know if you reach to buy anything after paying for the laptop.
Now, if what you’re looking for is a good mouse like you then want to see the Mad Catz Cyborg. The new Mad Catz peripherals will make you long for super geek design and above all its features. It will come in 4 versions:
* Cyborg R.A.T. 7 with 5600dpi, programmable buttons, weights to adjust the weight for your convenience, and USB cable. This version will cost 100 dollars or 100 euros
* Cyborg R.A.T. 9 Battery Rechargeable, Wireless, 5600dpi, progama and you can change the weight to your liking. 130 euros / dollars.
* Cyborg R.A.T. 5 shall run with 4000dpi, programmable, with weights and USB cable and you can take it home for $ 70 or 60 euros.
* Cyborg R.A.T. 3 3200dpi and USB cable for 50 dollars / euros
I wonder if the wireless is as good as the SideWinder X8.
In order that this ESC is bringing us much new, so do not disconnect because it kept informed of all these new things are to get out to enjoy our games as possible