Having recently announced its own range of gaming peripherals, Fnatic has announced that its range of Fnatic Gear products will soon be available here in Malaysia. Ranging from a gaming mouse, mechanical keyboard and two mouse mats, will all be sold in stores beginning next month.
Just weeks after launching the G502 Proteus Spectrum gaming mouse, Logitech is now introducing its newest gaming keyboard called the G810 Orion Spectrum. The full-sized gaming keyboard comes with several features that may attract a few PC gamers. The G810 Orion Spectrum would be the second keyboard by Logitech to feature RGB lighting, the first one being the G910 Orion Spark.
Seagate, well known for manufacturing various types of digital storage products, is now facing a class action lawsuit over the high failure rates of its 3TB hard drives. This includes both internal and external versions of the HDD. The specific model of the allegedly defective hard drive is the ST3000DM001.
Samsung appears to have arrest its declining profits, despite consumer electronics still lagging behind. It’s Q4 2015 results were not very convincing, but the company has managed to marginally increase profits to 26.41 trillion KRW (about RM92 billion). Despite this, sales from its mobile communications division dipped from 111.76 trillion KRW to 103.55 trillion KRW.
Xiaomi fans have long anticipated the arrival of the Xiaomi Mi 5 and we now have an official date to look forward to. The company had previously stated that the Mi 5 would be making an official appearance after the Chinese New Year, and it is now confirmed that the phone will be launched on 24 February.
Gigabyte – the company behind the Xtreme Gaming graphics cards lineup – has announced a new product. This time, Gigabyte is introducing a gaming mouse called the XM300, which will be included in its Xtreme Gaming series. This gaming mouse is the first peripheral included in the lineup.
There are rumours floating around saying that Nvidia will indeed use HBM2 inside its upcoming Pascal-based GPUs. Coincidently, the rumour broke out just a day after Samsung announced that it has begun mass producing HBM2 DRAMs. According to sources, Nvidia’s Pascal-based GPUs will be using the 16nm FinFET process, which is a tad bit larger compared to AMD’s upcoming Polaris-based GPUs.
AMD has announced its fourth quarter and full year financial results for 2015, and it seems that the PC market decline affected the company quite a lot. According to AMD, it ended 2015 with “solid execution” which was reflected with its “double-digit percentage revenue growth” for two straight quarters in 2015. However, it still wasn’t a very good year for AMD.