The Razer Blade Pro is INSANE

You know what the dream for laptop gamers is? It's to have a laptop that comes close to PC performance. We all knew it was coming with tech getting better, faster, and smaller all the time. We just didn't know when. 

That is, until the Nvidia GTX 1080. Enter the Razer Blade Pro - as close to a high end gaming PC you can get in a laptop form factor under an inch thick.

The Razer Blade Pro packs an Intel i7 quad-core processor and an Nvidia GTX 1080, displaying on a 17.3" 4k IGZO screen equipped with G-Sync. On top of that, it's got 32GB of DDR4 RAM, and up to 2TB of PCI M.2 SSD in RAID 0 storage. How insane is that? It is currently the most powerful notebook produced by Razer, all at .88 inches thin, weighing in at 8 pounds.

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Gamdias Launches RGB Peripheral Line

Ever heard of a gaming company called Gamdias? Well, don't beat yourself up if you haven't. But it would be your fault to not check them out now that you have. They're probably the best gaming peripheral company that you've never heard before. Linus actually thinks they're innovative enough to have their own niche in the world.

They've come out with some pretty interesting stuff. I'm actually kinda sad that I've never caught wind of them before. Their Hermes Ultimate keyboards are pretty interesting, and for a pretty good price, too.

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Release the Kraken V2!

Check out the new Razer Kraken V2s, you guys. They look glorious.

The new Razer Krakens feature larger 50mm custom-tuned drivers for game sounds and communication balance, a unibody frame (this is a plus!), and redesigned ergonomics. 

The 50mm drivers are larger than any of those found in previous Krakens, which they claim should give a wider frequency range, improving balance between in-game audio and communications. 

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PlayStation VR Games from Oasis Games

The PlayStation VR is about to launch in a few days. And what's weighing on the mind of everyone who has pre-ordered a PSVR and those on the fence about buying one is if there will be enough software to support the device. it's always a question of whether there will be enough killer apps on a device before it becomes viable. While I'm not 100% sure about which game will be the game for PSVR, I do know that some developers are putting their bets on PlayStation VR. 

Take, for example, Oasis Games

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CrossFire Stars Invitational: Manila

CrossFire Stars Invitational: Manila

Smilegate and eSports organizing body ESL partnered up to bring the best CrossFire teams all over the world directly to the fans via the CrossFire Starts Invitational series. The first leg just so happens to be right here in Manila, thanks to previous successful eSports events held here.

On October 14-16, 2016 at the SMX Convention Center Hall 3, players from China, Vietnam, Brazil, and hometown heroes, the Philippines, are going to go toe to toe on CrossFire for glory and a chunk of the $30,000 prize pot!

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