With Tobii eye-tracking and Nvidia G-Sync support
In addition to plenty of new notebooks and the Predator 21 X behemoth, Acer also announced three new gaming monitors at IFA 2016 show in Berlin, all with Tobii eye-tracking technology and Nvidia G-Sync support.
Meet the Predator 21 X
There were a couple of rumors that Acer might be breaking the size limit of gaming notebooks and at the IFA 2016 show in Berlin, it has unveiled its newest Predator 21 X gaming notebook, which is the world's first 21-inch gaming notebook with a curved screen.
Built for overclocking
Following Nvidia's recent launch of the Geforce GTX 10 series graphics cards for notebooks, EVGA has now unveiled its newest version of the SC17 notebook, and one comes with the Geforce GTX 1070 graphics card.
Xbox Play Anywhere puts pressure on PlayStation 4
Microsoft just dropped a bomb on PlayStation 4 announcing that Gears of War 4 will be able to play on both PC and Xbox via Xbox Play Anywhere program.
Flagship GeForce GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming
Gigabyte has released yet another new Pascal based graphics card and this time it is the outfit;s new flagship GeForce GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming.
High-end gaming projector with 1920x720 resolution
Acer has unveiled a new and rather expensive member of its Predator gaming lineup, the Predator Z850 gaming projector with a US $5000 price tag.
Ambidextrous wireless gaming mouse
Logitech has announced its newest "professional grade" ambidextrous wireless mouse, the G900 Chao Spectrum, coming with optical 12,000 DPI sensor, RGB lighting, mechanical pivot button design and a US $149.99/€179 price tag.
Uses Cherry MX Red or Brown switches
Logitech has unveiled yet another member in its gaming Orion mechanical keyboard lineup, the Logitech G610 Orion which will be using Cherry MX Brown or Cherry MX Red mechanical key switches.
Standard design with Romer-G mechnanical switches and RGB LEDs
Logitech has announced its new member of the gaming peripherals lineup, the G810 Orion Spectrum gaming keyboard, which comes with less complicated design but still features Romer-G mechanical switches and RGB LED backlight.
Under the Division Zero brand
Metadot, the company behind a well known Das Keyboard, which has a simplistic design focused on mechanical switches and which is made mostly for professionals and enthusiasts, has entered gaming market with its new Division Zero brand and a couple of new products, including the X40 gaming keyboard and the M50 gaming mouse.