E3 2017 is arguably the biggest event in the gaming industry held at Los Angeles, California. It was scheduled from 13 June to 15 June and revealed a variety of new gaming accessories and monitors.
Here’s a look at the gaming accessories and monitors revealed during the big event.
New Alienware Monitors:
The new monitor boasts impressive specs along with the typical Alienware angular-metal-and-shiny-lights aesthetic. The Alienware 25 comes with an insane 240hz panel and 1ms response. The screen is 1080p, and it comes in at 24.5 inches. It’s priced at $499 for Free-Sync or $699 G-Sync.
Alienware also has a pair of mechanical keyboards at $90 and $120. Both use Kailh/KaiHua brown switches, feature the usual gaming keyboard features like N-Key rollover, anti-ghosting, and macro commands. Lastly, Alienware is updating its Area 51 Desktop with new processors. For more, https://thenextweb.com/gaming/2017/06/13/alienware-branches-peripherals-240-hz-monitor-mice/#.tnw_4Q7ywOAj
Dell’s Ultra Wide Monitor:
Dell is back with a massive, 38-inch curved ultrawide monitor – the Dell UltraSharp 38 Curved Monitor (U3818DW). It features a 3440 x 1440 resolution, a 100w USB-C connection that can charge your laptop while transmitting data, and integrated dual 9w speakers. With a price of $1,499, you can purchase it from the company website from 23rd June. We will update more when we get more details.
Samsung’s 32:9 Gaming Monitor:
The new gaming monitor from Samsung is a 49-inch, 32:9 CHG90 which boosts of an immersive gaming experience. It uses a Quantum Dot LCD panel with HDR support, AMD FreeSync 2, and USB hub functionality. It has a resolution of 3840 x 1080, 1-millisecond response rate and 144 Hz refresh rate.
Samsung is also introducing the CHG70 in 27 and 32-inch sizes. The 49″ inch is priced at $1499 from Amazon and Micro Center. The 32-inch is $699 from Newegg, and the 27-inch is $599 from Samsung. For more, http://www.pcgamer.com/samsung-launches-a-massive-49-inch-ultrawide-hdr-monitor-with-freesync-2/
LG’s latest 34-inch Ultra-wide Monitor:
LG’s latest ultrawide monitor has been designed with gamers in mind. The new 34-inch monitor (34UC89G) features a 2560 x 1080 display with NVIDIA G-Sync and a 144Hz refresh rate. It features a widened color gamut, different display modes. And the refresh rate can be overclocked to 166Hz.
You can tilt it and adjust its height, and the mouse hook helps to organize space. The 34UC89G comes at a price $999 and will be soon available in online stores. For more, http://www.lg.com/hk_en/monitor/lg-34UC79G
Razer’s New Gaming Headphones:
The Thresher Ultimate come in separate versions for Microsoft’s and Sony’s consoles, with the PS4 version featuring blue highlights while the Xbox model is decked out in green. Both connect over 2.4GHz wireless and offer a range of about 60-150 feet.
The headphones offer both a durable aluminum band as well as a softer padded cushion for comfort. The Thresher Ultimate headphones will cost $250 when they ship later in June. For more, read here: http://www2.razerzone.com/press/detail/press-releases/razer-launches-thresher-ultimate-gaming-headset-for-xbox-one-and-playstation-4
Logitech’s latest mouse mat:
The PC gear company has just revealed a new Powerplay technology that builds wireless charging directly into its mouse pad, allowing compatible wireless mice to charge continuously while on the pad. The mat is to be priced at $99.99 and will be released in August.
Logitech has also announced the first two mice officially compatible with it: the G903 and G703. Both of the two new models use the PMW3366 optical sensor. The G903 will cost $149.99, and the G703 will be $99.99 when they go on sale later this month. For more, read here: https://www.theverge.com/2017/6/12/15780536/logitech-powerplay-wireless-charging-gaming-mouse-pad