Team Group Unveiled Their New Gaming SSD And It Includes A Unique Heatsink Design

Today, Team Group launched two solid-state drives with different features. The internal model, which under Team Group’s gaming brand T-FORCE, is CARDEA II M.2 solid state drive. This solid-state drive emphasizes on features like PCIe Gen3 x4 high-speed interface and cooling module with patent gaming fin type design. The portable solid state drive PD400 uses the latest generation of high-speed USB 3.1 Gen1 interface. It is lightweight, easy to carry and also has three major features: pressure resistant, shockproof, waterproof. The two internal and external solid-state drives offer solutions for the need for performance and appearance. Consumers not only can possess the latest visual design, but also enjoy the great advance in the performance of storage devices. Continue reading

Devs are claiming the PlayStation 5 is ‘definitely more powerful’ than Xbox Scarlett

The Battle of the TFLOPS is about to begin in earnest. Both Sony and Microsoft have their next-generation consoles cresting the horizon, and both will be trying the outmuscle the other in terms of being the fastest console on the market. Right now though, it appears it’s advantage PlayStation 5, with a number of developers alluding to Sony’s console being faster than Xbox Scarlett. Continue reading

Xbox Scarlett Now a Single Console, Second “Lockhart” Model Reportedly Shelved

At E3 2019 Microsoft revealed Xbox Scarlett, their next-generation console powered by a custom AMD Zen 2 processor. For the most part, the announcement lined up with previous rumors about Microsoft’s next gaming machine, with one major exception – the company only revealed a single new console, while previous rumors stated they were working on two. Continue reading

Oculus is Forcing the Removal of Steam VR from Oculus Quest App

In a recent post on Reddit, user Virtual Desktop Developer (Guy Godin) has revealed the fact that in the Virtual Desktop app he is developing, letting users stream their desktop to the Oculus Quest, Oculus is forcing him to remove the feature that enables SteamVR integration, letting users play SteamVR games through their Oculus Quest. Continue reading