Tt eSports Black Element Gaming Mouse

by Johan on January 25, 2011

If you are searching for a new gaming mouse, then check out the Tt eSports Black Element. Made specifically for gamers who enjoy RTS or MMORPG video games, the laser gaming mouse comes equipped with a 6500dpi sensitivity, a 128kb of onboard memory for storing macros and profiles, gold plated USB connectors, a rubberized finish for better grip, and a special Omron Gaming switch that is good for 5 million presses. You can also customize the light with five color options to suit your style. Pricing info is still unknown. [Geeky Gadgets]

Sony Japan Launches Three New Headphones

by Johan on January 25, 2011

Sony has introduced three new headphones in the form of the MDR-XB1000, MDR-XB41EX and MDR-XB21EX. The Sony MDR-XB1000 is a high-end overhead headphones that feature a couple of 70mm dynamic-type driver units with soft and comfortable padding, a 24-Ohm impedance, a 106dB/mW output sound pressure and a 2-30,000Hz frequency response. The Sony MDR-XB41EX and MDR-XB21EX in-ear headphones come equipped with a 13.5mm and a 9mm driver unit, respectively. Both models also have a 16-Ohm impedance and a 105dB/mW sound pressure for the Sony MDR-XB41EX and a 103dB/mW sound pressure for the Sony MDR-XB21EX. [Sony]

Razer Ferox Portable Speaker

by Johan on January 25, 2011

Razer has rolled out the Razer Ferox portable speaker, which is designed for music lovers who are always on-the-go. The speaker connects to your iPods, PMPs or MP3 players via a 3.5mm audio jack. You can also connect the Razer Ferox to your computer via USB port. The design of the Ferox speaker allows for a 360-degree omnidirectional sound stage. It is powered by a built-in 470mAh battery that provides enough juice for up to 12-hour of music playback per charge. Other features include a 150Hz-20KHz frequency response, 30mm neodymium magnets and a LED power indicator. The Razer Ferox portable speaker retails for $59.99. [Razer]

The Hitachi Ultrastar 7K3000 is the world’s first 7200RPM hard drive rated at 2.0 million hours MTBF and backed by a five-year limited warranty. The new storage device offers 50 percent more capacity in the same footprint and does so at a 32 percent reduction in watts/GB versus Hitachi’s prior generation Ultrastar A7K2000 drives. What’s more, the Ultrastar 7K3000 family also represents the first Hitachi 7,200 RPM drives in both 6Gb/s SATA and 6Gb/s SAS interfaces, for easier integration in a much wider array of computing environments. The new Hitachi Ultrastar 7K3000 with a 6Gb/s SATA interface is now available in 3TB and 2TB of storage spaces, while the Ultrastar 7K3000 with a 6Gb/s SAS interface will be available in mid-2011. [Hitachi]

nVidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti GPU Shipped

by Johan on January 25, 2011

nVidia has announced the availability of the new GeForce GTX 560 Ti GPU. Based on the Fermi architecture, this graphics card provides 33% faster performance compared to its competitors and delivers a stunning DirectX 11 performance. The nVidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti also provides a default graphics core clocked to 822MHz, 8 tessellation engines and 384 CUDA cores that were designed for next-generation DX11 games. If you are interested, you can buy the nVidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti for around $249. [Press Release]