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The Weekend Hardware Roundup

Posted Apr 26, 2015 by Suzie Ford

The Weekend Hardware Roundup

Gamers have a vested interest in keeping tabs on the latest innovations in hardware. This weekend, we have several news items that may pique that interest.

Maingear has revealed a new way for players to customize their gaming rigs with the introduction of DIY cases that allow for unique paint, laser-etched logos and more. Gamers can create a special case by choosing from any one of Maingear's palettes or they can create their own custom designs. Maingear provides access to a full line of automotive colors. Find out more about Maingear's fantastic cases at the link above.

Cases available under the DIY program include:

  • SHIFT – Tower of power offers unmatched performance for the most demanding gamers
  • POTENZA – World’s first mini-ITX gaming desktop packs full-size performance in a pocket-sized design
  • F131 – Classic PC combines performance, power and affordability in a ultra-customizable form factor
  • DRIFT – Consoled sized, STEAM ready PC with devastating power and 4K gaming capability
  • RUSH – Stunning dream system for gamers who demand overclocked speeds and even faster performance
  • FORCE – Exhilarating performance and supreme design delivers the world’s most powerful gaming experience
  • TORQ – Epic performance in an ultra-compact, liquid cooled design

Razer announced this week that preorders for its upcoming Razer Forge TV and the Razer Serval Game Controller are now being accepted. The system will allow players to take advantage of Android gaming, streaming videos and, later in 2015, PC gaming all in the comfort of one's living room. Razer Forge TV sells for $99.99, Serval for $79.99 or both can be purchased in a bundle for $149.99. Find out more on the Razer site.

BenQ America Corp. has announced the release of its XL2730Z Free-Sync Display Monitor that gives players advantages in competitive gaming with motion blur reduction and custom system controls to enhance performance. Considered a 'professional gaming monitor', players will notice a lack of flickering at all brightness levels that will reduce eye strain even after long periods of time gaming. The Free-Sync Display sells for $599. Find out more on the BenQ site.


Suzie Ford / Suzie is the Associate Editor and News Manager at Follow her on Twitter @MMORPGMom

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