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Hardware Roundup: Razer VR Camera & GeForce GTX950 Origin PC

Posted Aug 22, 2015 by Catherine Daro

Hardware Roundup: Razer VR Camera & GeForce GTX950 Origin PC

The weekly hardware roundup features a pair of interesting items, including Razer's new VR Camera and Origin's announcement that entry level PCs now will ship with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 graphics card. 

Origin has announced that its entry level gaming PCs will now ship with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 graphics card. According to the press release, the graphics card is the perfect hardware for those who are just getting into online gaming.

With 3x the performance, 2x the memory and 2x the power efficiency of the previous-generation 650 card, the GeForce GTX 950 is the best starting graphics card for any gamer on any budget. Unleash the overclocking potential of this GPU and push your performance even further with ORIGIN PC’s professional GPU overclocking service; plus enjoy new features such as MFAA, Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR), and DirectX 12 support to deliver a better gaming experience than any console. Experience true next-gen gaming with the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 inside your next ORIGIN PC desktop today!

To learn more, visit the Origin PC official site

Razer and Intel have announced a new peripheral for those interested in virtual reality. The Intel RealSense Camera is said to be specifically targeted at streamers in order to enable them to remove the background and replace it for a more "entertaining and immersive experience".

Intel RealSense Cameras are also capable of 3D scanning, motion and gesture recognition, allowing product designers to bring real-world objects and bodies into virtual spaces easily. Many more features and related applications are anticipated for the Intel RealSense technology-enabled Razer device.

You can find out much more on the Razer site.

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