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ViewSonic launches new VP2785-2K monitor

ViewSonic’s most recent addition to the VP series is the VP2785-2K monitor. According to the company, this display is aimed at creative professionals who need colour accuracy for their work. The ViewSonic VP2785-2K is a 27-inch monitor, with an IPS panel carrying a 2560×1440 resolution with a 60Hz refresh-rate. The …

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Antec unveils the new P120 Crystal Case

Antec has announced the new P120 Crystal, joining its Performance Series of chassis. With a visually appealing design, and plenty of support for radiators, this could appeal to those looking to build a custom loop. The P120 Crystal mid-tower case supports E-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX and ITX motherboards. It has a dedicated PSU …

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Sony registers patent for new game cartridge

A new patent registered by Sony Interactive Entertainment was found in the INPI (Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial), a government institution from Brazil where the first patent for the PS5 was found. Back on the 26th of June, Sony filed a patent for a new game cartridge for an unknown game system. …

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Xerox considers HP takeover

Xerox, with a market value of $8.23 billion, is planning to make a cash-and-stock offer for HP, a $29.85 billion company. According to rumours, the company board analysed the possibility this Tuesday, and there’s a major bank backing this offer. In October, HP had announced that it would cut up …

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New images of Motorola Razr leaked

Recently, we have been on a streak of foldable devices being announced – Microsoft, Lenovo, Samsung, and Huawei have all demoed some sort folding mobile device. Now, it’s time for Motorola to show us its hand, and by the looks of it, it seems to stand out from the rest. …

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Ninja Theory announces new project to fight mental illness

UK-based studio Ninja Theory, the team behind Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, DmC, and the upcoming Bleeding Edge, announced its latest venture: The Insight Project. With it, Ninja Theory aims to help treat mental illness and encourage mental well-being through individualised and immersive gaming experiences. When Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice came out, it …

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