NVIDIA Shows off the $999 GTX Titan

Popular graphics card manufacturer NVidia today revealed the Nvidia GTX Titan, a beast of a graphics card both in power and price. Billed as a GPU for supercomputers the GTX Titan’s true triumph is its efficiency and size. It generates less heat, consumes less power, runs quieter and is small enough to fit into compact PCs. The […]

Nvidia shows off “Project Shield” mobile gaming console

The first major reveal of CES 2013 surprisingly comes from chip maker Nvidia who has surprisingly revealed details about their new handheld gaming console code named “Project Shield”. The handheld will be powered by Android Jelly Bean and have access not only Android games but games from the download service Steam. The system is powered by Nvidia’s new […]

Seagate GoFlex Slim – the Anorexic External Hard Drive

The GoFlex Slim is being touted by Seagate as the “World’s Slimmiest” hard drive. The 320 GB solid state external hard drive measures in at 4.91- x 3.07- x 0.35-inches and weighs only 0.4 pounds. Slimness it’s not the only feature the GoFlex Slim boasts as it’s USB 3.0 connectivity combined with the 7200RPM drive makes it quite […]

Nintendo 3DS has 3D gaming without Glasses

The Nintendo 3DS was expected to be officially revealed at E3 2010 after it was leaked a few weeks ago forcing Nintendo to announce that it existed. The 3DS is the successor to the the current Nintendo DS with its main feature being the ability to play handheld games in 3D without the need for special glasses.

The Nintendo 3DS weighs slightly more than the DS lite at 230 grams but the overall forfactor remains the same. Games for the 3DS will come on 2gb cardsbut will come with an extra lip to prevent the new cards which will be identical to those for the original DS being inserted in the wrong system. The 3DS will be backwards compatible with the DS. No concreate release date and pricing has been announced but Nintendo states that but will be available before March 2011. Read more about Nintendo 3DS has 3D gaming without Glasses