Plantronics has just announced three new headsets in its gaming range: the Gamecom 780, 380 and 307. The GameCom 780 USB headset is the flagship model in the range, replacing the previous 777 model. It features 7.1 surround sound with Dolby Headphone and Dolby ProLogic 11x technologies. The addition of a noise-cancelling microphone also means background noise is a thing Continue Reading
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According to GfK Digital World and the Consumer Electronics Association, global spending on technology devices is expected to surpass $1 trillion for the first time this year.
While at the launch of the latest PlayStation 3 blockbuster Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception at the Sydney Opera House, TT stumbled upon Sony’s HMZ-T1 Head Mounted Display that was first glimpsed at this years Consumer Electronics Show in las Vegas. Reminding us of an old fashioned virtual reality headset, the HMZ-T1 has twin OLED displays that deliver 2D and 3D Continue Reading
In line with the company’s global initiative for a multi-channel retail strategy, Logitech Australia has expanded its retail channel by selling direct to consumers via an online store, www.logitech.com. “We are committed to giving our customers choice and convenience when it comes to purchasing Logitech products,” said Logitech Australia, director, George Saad. “We have had feedback from customers that they Continue Reading
iWorld Australia is transforming the iPad into a old-school arcade gaming machine with its latest iCade accessory.
The latest research from Gartner Inc. estimates that worldwide spending on video games is on the rise with an expected 10.4 per cent jump for this year alone.
We just got our hands on the spec sheet for Nintendo’s latest Wii U console. Here is a rundown of just what you can expect when it launches next year.
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Although it has been banned in Australia, Mortal Kombat has topped the US gaming charts in April beating out blockbuster sequels like Portal 2 and Crysis 2.