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This extra-large handheld Nintendo works (and feels) like the real thing

By | CES 2019, Gadgets, Gaming, Hardware, NES, Nintendo, retro

Handheld retro gaming machines come and go, but few go so simply and effectively to the point as My Arcade’s Retro Champ. You stick in your NES cartridge, hit the power button, and assuming you blew on it beforehand, it powers up. This one sets itself apart with a big ol’ screen, Famicom compatibility, and a whopping 35-hour battery life.

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Daily Crunch: Nvidia breaks with tradition at CES 2019

By | Augmented Reality, Enterprise, Europe, finance, Fundings & Exits, Gadgets, Gaming, Hardware, Startups, TC, Venture capital

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here: 1. Nvidia launches the $349 GeForce RTX 2060 Nvidia broke with tradition and put a new focus on gaming at CES. Last […]

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Acer’s launches new high-end gaming laptops with Nvidia RTX 2080 GPUs

By | Acer, CES 2019, Gadgets, Gaming, gaming laptops, Hardware, nvidia, nvidia RTCX 2080

Acer today announced two new gaming laptops at CES, the 17-inch $4,000 Predator Triton 900 with a convertible 4K display and the somewhat more affordable all-metal 15-inch $1,800 Triton 500. What sets these laptops apart is, among a few other interesting features and some interesting design choices, support for Nvidia’s new(ish) RTX 2080 GPUs, the […]

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E3 slouches towards irrelevance again as Sony announces it’s skipping the show

By | e3, Gadgets, Gaming, Sony

I like E3. I really do. But it’s also monumentally dumb: game companies spending millions to show off essentially faked content to an increasingly jaded audience. And it’s increasingly out of step with how the gaming industry works. So it should come as no surprise that Sony will be skipping the show more or less altogether this year, joining Nintendo in taking a step back from spectacle.

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Sony filed a patent for a touchscreen-equipped PlayStation controller

By | Gadgets, Gaming, playstation, Sony, TC

According to a patent application continuation filed in 2017 and published recently, Sony may have tentative plans to build out a touchscreen-equipped PlayStation controller. Whether the value added from having a touchscreen right on the controller will be worth the added cost is not yet clear. Right now, PlayStation controllers have a touch-enabled center button […]

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There’s a new PS4 Pro and it’s much quieter than the original

By | computing, Gadgets, Gaming, playstation, PlayStation 4, Sony, video gaming

There’s a new Sony PS4 Pro and it’s much quieter than the original. Right now, it’s only available in a Red Dead Redemption bundle, but eventually, it will likely be available as a standalone product, too. The new CUH-7200 version reportedly dropped the console’s noise from 50 decibels to 44 decibels, though, as EuroGamer notes, it […]

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