Monthly Archives: February 2015

Introducing Razer New Forge TV

6th January 2015 Razer Forge TV was built to bring hard-core gaming and entertainment to the big screen. Forge TV opens the gateway for next-level Android gaming that is designed for the serious gamer. Intense Full HD graphics combined with the Razer Serval controller provide the detail and precision that is needed to dominate the living room.   Power to Play Powered by a quad-core processor and gaming-grade graphics, the Razer Forge TV has the performance to tear through Full […]

Razer releases Open-Source Virtual Reality (OSVR)

6th January 2015 Razer is part of the Open-Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) ecosystem, a new standard in VR gaming to push the VR gaming experience forward and supporting the venture with the OSVR Hacker Dev Kit, a virtual reality device and open-source software that enables programming for any variety of VR technology. WHAT IS OSVR? OSVR™ stands for Open Source Virtual Reality. It is an ecosystem designed from the ground up to set an open standard for Virtual Reality input […]

Razer’s Forge TV Wins People’s Choice Award for Best of CES 2015 Featured on Engadget

Razer’s Forge TV wins People’s Choice Award for Best of CES 2015 by Nicole Lee | @nicole | January 8th 2015 at 9:30 pm The people have spoken, and Razer’s Forge TV is the People’s Choice winner for Best of CES 2015! It was a close call, however, as it won with only 16.13 percent of the vote — the AirDog drone came in second at 14.62 percent and the Misfit Bolt clocked in at third with 11.96 percent. Only […]

B&O Play A2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review in Courier Mail


B&O Play A2 Portable Bluetooth Speaker Review on The Age Digital Life

February 11, 2015   Hands-on review: Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay A2 Adam Turner is an award-winning Australian freelance technology journalist with a passion for gadgets and the “digital lounge room”.   Bang & Olufsen’s purse-sized BeoPlay A2 Bluetooth speaker looks and sounds great. The ultimate glamping speaker, the BeoPlay A2 is a great-sounding portable fashion statement. I’ll admit upfront that I’m not the target audience for the elegant but very expensive $479 BeoPlay A2 portable speaker. I’m a Technobogan – […]