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PC Gamer: The Best of the PC at CES 2011

The Consumer Electronics Show 2011 has just wrapped up, showing off hundreds of hot new gadgets to the world. CES always provides a great insight into the technology of the future, and that includes the chips, processors and controllers you can expect to be using with your PCs later this year.

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LunaticBrandon2812d ago (Edited 2812d ago )

I didn't even know the Wavi Xtion motion sensing camera existed until now.

distorted_reality2812d ago

The Razer Hydra looks very, very cool. Not sure if I like there being exclusive content solely for the controller, but i'll probably pick it up anyway.

SoSLy2812d ago

The Switchblade was effin awesome. The concept and the idea is so brilliant by Razer.

Blaine2812d ago (Edited 2812d ago )

I have the Orochi mouse, and if that picture of the Switchblade next to it was to scale, that PC is absolutely TINY!

Edit: just looked at pictures on the official site for the Switchblade, and it is miniature.

HolyOrangeCows2812d ago

I expect it to be more expensive than it's worth, only support a few titles with the keyboard thing (And considering how much all of those LCD screens will cost, talk about a waste of expense), and not be very power (Atom processor).

DaCajun2812d ago (Edited 2812d ago )

The Razer Hydra is what the PS move should have been more like or at least the DS3 when it came out with sixaxis. I think that console controllers would be better if they were in 2 pieces, more comfortable and not have your hands locked together on a one piece controller.

Xfanboy2812d ago (Edited 2812d ago )

wow!! nvidia just got richer! damn!!

http://www.engadget.com/201...

SMOK3xFFx2812d ago

Is that the Razer Chimaera I see in the Hydra video, where the hell is the news on that...WHERE?!?