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    Razer Reveals D.Va Inspired Gaming Peripherals for Overwatch Fans

    I have been a diehard Razer fan until yesterday, when the last of my Razer Deathadder died on me, which was bought only over a year ago, developed double-clicking and scroll wheel issues to replace the previous one which developed double-clicking and unresponsive scroll wheel issues, which was...
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    Cougar Revenger

    Thanks, placed my order~
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    Cougar Revenger

    Heh, this is essentially a knock-off Razer Deathadder, I guess proven design "just works". Hopefully with better quality switches though.
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    Club 3D Announces the SenseVision USB 3.0 Dual Display 4K 60 Hz Docking Station

    I've always wondered.. how do you get enough bandwidth for this from a single USB 3.0 connection?
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    Synology Introduces DiskStation DS418j NAS

    A world of their own. My shitty 5 year old Drobo Mini is faster.
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    Toshiba Announces AL14SX Series 2.5-inch 15K RPM Hard Drives

    I guess it's for people who wants neither capacity nor speed.
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    Acer Announces the Predator Z35P - 35", 1800R, 3440x1440, G-SYNC

    I have a similar Acer 38" curved monitor, it's great, the curvature helps me to see from edge to edge. I won't settle with anything otherwise.
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    TSMC Trade Secrets Stolen - Former Engineer Arrested In China

    Really? you are using the 80s as basis for your prejudice? In case you didn't know. Alot has happened in those 30-40 years Sorry but China is actually at the forefront on it. You must have been living behind a rock.
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    TSMC Trade Secrets Stolen - Former Engineer Arrested In China

    Because he/they were being realistic, China does not currently have the fab. capability to produce 14nm even if they have the tech.
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    TSMC Trade Secrets Stolen - Former Engineer Arrested In China

    So in the case of Waymo vs Uber (Otto) is just another day of what America doing what they do best? The hypocrisy is unsettling here.
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    Team Group Announces the GO Card for Adventure Cameras

    90/45? in 2017 REALLY???? if this came out like 4 years ago when I bought it for my gopro 3 maybe it would be news worthy.
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    Antec Introduces the CUBE Special Edition Gaming Chassis

    LOL, It's probably part of their "thinking outside the box" strategy.
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    Antec Introduces the CUBE Special Edition Gaming Chassis

    Dude don't kid your self. You were never in.
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    Spire Announces the Archer 9 Vertical Ergonomic Mouse

    I agree with you. I personally also like those mouse that are sort of a crossbred in between, and allows my palm to rest at a 45 degree angle so I can get gravity assist on button clicking - mind you clicking buttons at a complete vertical angle and having your fingers travel perpendicular to...
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    Spire Announces the Archer 9 Vertical Ergonomic Mouse

    this is because the Ulna and Radius bone (two main bones that makes up your wrist movement) are not "crossed" or in a strained position when your palms are vertical vs facing the surface plane.
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    Razer Updates the 14-inch Blade with New CPU and Graphics

    You mean desktop?
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    AMD vs. NVIDIA Flamewar Claims its First IRL Fatality

    I don't understand why this incident even took place. Obviously Nvidia is better. Damn fools...Smh.
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    Razer Updates the 14-inch Blade with New CPU and Graphics

    “regular computer"
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    AMD's Ryzen Processors Box Art Leaked

    Doesn't look intrusive.
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    Razer Updates the 14-inch Blade with New CPU and Graphics

    Wait, what year are you guys still living in? All lithium-ion batteries built nowadays are specced with specific amount of cycles before they reach their EOL. Using the battery will only reduce their remaining cycles. Their lifespan is also reduced if the battery is left with empty charge for...
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    Razer Updates the 14-inch Blade with New CPU and Graphics

    Probably never need to considering most people who buy this laptop use it plugged-in most of the time.