News Tom's Hardware 9 April 2018

Hyperx Pulsefire Surge RGB Mouse Packs Pixart 3389 Sensor

HyperX continued its foray into the peripherals market with a new gaming mouse called the Pulsefire Surge, which is targeted at eSports players and gaming enthusiasts.

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G-Technology Releases Flash-Based Storage For Creatives

G-Technology (a Western Digital Company) has three new flash-based storage systems that set new performance records for the company's products.

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EKWB Water Block Announcement Mentions 'Skylake-E'

EKWB announced the Annihilator EX/EP water block for the Intel LGA 3647 socket. The block features top and side inlets, so it’s compatible with regular and 1U-blade chassis.

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HP Announces Intel-Powered Chromebook x2 Tablet

HP announced the Chromebook x2, a consumer-targeted Chromebook tablet with a detachable keyboard. The 12” tablet has a QHD IPS screen and an Intel i7 processor. It can be optioned with an active stylus, as well.

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AOC Updates Agon Monitor With 120Hz Refresh Rate

AOC updated its Agon monitor with a 120Hz refresh rate and new Low Blue Light mode that should make your marathon gaming sessions a little bit easier on your eyes.

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Leap Motion Introduces Open-Source AR Reference Headset

Leap Motion today revealed Project North Star, an augmented reality headset reference design with wider FOV, higher resolution, and a higher refresh rate than any AR system we’ve ever heard of. And it will all be open-source next week.

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What The Tom’s Team Played This Weekend: 'Crossout'

What would happen if you stripped away all the plot of the "Max Max" films, let players build their own cars, and pitted everyone against each other? You’d get "Crossout."

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Zotac Announces Quadro-Powered Q Series Mini-PCs

Powered by desktop and mobile Nvidia Quadro graphics cards and Intel processors, the new Q series is capable of cramming significantly more processing power than an Intel NUC into a footprint that isn’t much larger.

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Kaby Lake-G's Vega Credentials Questioned: Rapid Packed Math Not Working

Now Kaby Lake-G is back in the news with more speculation that its graphics are more akin to Polaris than Vega, so we've conducted testing to see if it supports a new Vega feature.

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