Razer Announces A New Naga 2014 Gaming Mouse

razer-naga-2014For the most part, the Razer Naga is the most successful gaming mouse ever created. Naturally, Razer is making another effort to squeeze more out of the design, with a refreshed Naga MMO gaming mouse that features a better mechanical 12-button setup on the side, a new tilting scroll wheel, in-game customization, and an option for left-handed or right-handed gamers.

And in the end, it all comes down to $80.

Via: Razer

PlayStation 4 Will Support 2,000 Friends Come Launch Date

The PS4Two thousand is double the number of friends you can have on a PS4 than an Xbox One, Sony says.

Without need of a paywall via a PlayStation plus subscriptions, users will be able to contain on the PS4 a Party Chat system, along with friends lists that support up to 2,000 users — no more, no less. Certain apps will be available without a paid PS Plus subscription as well, like Netflix and free-to-play games, which rounds out the PS4 to become a nice offline games console, in theory.

My question is, if you have that many friends, why aren’t you hanging out with them, in you know, real-life?

Via: Sony

Origin PC Debuts The EON13-S: A Small Gaming Laptop With Haswell And Kepler For $1,474

eon13-s-front-expandedIn order to stay competitive in the small gaming computer division of the market, Origin PC from Miami has just announced their own take on a laptop design that has been used by other companies before it.

In this special case, it’s called the EON13-S, and features a 4th Generation Intel Core processor, NVIDIA GTX 765M graphics, support up to three storage devices, and possibility (since this is a mass produced computer that just so happens to be rebranded for Origin) to support Intel’s 2.8GHz i7-4900MQ, 2.70GHz i7-4800MQ and 2.40GHz i7-4700MQ chips as possible options., with up to 16GB of RAM. The most economical setup goes for $1,474, with a promotion before August 5th that gets you free overlocking and  mouse. Not bad.

Press release after the break.

Audio Technica WS99 Headphones Review: They Sound, Look, But Don’t Feel Great

WS99Audio Technica is a pretty reputable consumer sound manufacturer, founded in Japan sometime in 1962, and as part of their new line of headphones (which is their main business), the WS99 is probably the best of bunch. It features large 53mm drivers, chambers that are designed to lock-in bass, and mostly neutral in the high, low, and mid-range frequencies. They’re jet black, with shiny plastic covering the sides, with leatherette cushioning for the ears and top of the head to keep things aesthetically pleasing. But is it any good considering the price; let’s find out, shall we?

Uni-Ball Vision Elite Series BLX Pen Review: Get Litt Up

DSC00960As a few of you may or may not know, I’m a die-hard fan of Suits on USA. The eccentric cast of handsome and beautiful characters, plus the epic cases and dialogue makes the show the hit that it is. Having just entered its third season on USA, Louis Litt, the sworn enemy of Harvey Specter, our hotsoht lawyer in the drama, has a fascination with two things: uni-ball pens and raspberry bars.

Naturally, I was interested in what a Uni-Ball pen was, and why it made for such a hilarious scene in the show. An email later, and Uni-Ball Vision Pro Elite and BLX pens were in my hands. Let’s see why Louis Litt likes them so much.

Google Nexus 7 (2013) Review: Reborn With Excellence

It’s been only a few months after the launch of the iPad mini and not even a year since the launch of the last Nexus 7.  But Google had four great reasons to bring the press out to San Francisco to talk about the new Nexus 7. First off, the new high resolution screen, addition of a back-facing camera, a new version of Android, and a thinner, lighter body.

And that’s all it took for the new Nexus 7 to capture my attention.

Admittingly, Steve Ballmer And Co. Are Disappointed With Surface RT Sales


Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, known for his eccentric ways of jumping into press conferences (from time to time, anyway) has publicly stated the simple fact that Microsoft hasn’t been selling as many Surface RT tablets as they felt they would, plus they built too many units.

“We built a few more devices than we could sell,” admitted Ballmer when referring to the slow Surface RT sales — the response to this problem has been drastically cutting the price of the Surface RT, but little has been reported on the success of that decision.

Another thing that Ballmer referred to in the recent Microsoft town hall was: “We’re not selling as many Windows devices as we want to.” This has been pretty obvious, as quarterly reports of sales on laptops, tablets, and Windows Phones haven’t exactly been top-notch.

But, things could turn up eventually — if MSFT has something worthwhile up their sleeves.

Via: Verge