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RazerCon to be Online Event to Showcase its Lifestyle and Hardware Brands – TEO – The Esports Observer

Razer, the Irvine, California based global lifestyle brand for gamers,  will conduct its first online convention, RazerCon. The event looks

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Razer, the Irvine, California based global lifestyle brand for gamers,  will conduct its first online convention, RazerCon. The event looks to bring its global community together in a full-day digital event produced by Razer and its software partners. RazerCon 2020 will be  held on Oct. 10 and will be live-streamed across Razers social network channels.
Attendees will be able to watch a variety of  events and activities, from exclusive reveals of new Razer products, to previews of upcoming game…

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Google Introduces a ‘Brand New Experience’ for Smart Displays – PCMag

The Assistant-enabled devices get a visual makeover, support for multiple accounts, a dark theme, and more.

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Google Smart Displays are getting a makeover: The Assistant-enabled devices make it easier than ever to catch up on your favorite shows, turn on house lights, play games, and keep the family on track.
“As we expect more of our smart home devices, Smart Displays are increasingly becoming a hub that entertains and connects the whole home and whole family, all day (and night) long,” Jack Krawczyk, director of product management at Google, wrote in a blog announcement.

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Lumio’s light-filled speaker is meant to be cracked open – The Verge

Lumio, the company that brought us the Lito folding book lamp, is launching a Kickstarter campaign for its new Teno speaker. The Teno is a portable speaker and …

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A new way to light up your sound
The Teno speaker by Lumio
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Lumio, the maker of the Lito book-shaped folding light, is following up with another clever design object: a discrete speaker called the Teno. At first glance, the speaker, in either Arctic White or Lava Black, looks like a small stone bowl with a crack running across it. When pulled open, a warm light is exposed and sound pours out. Both the light and sound can be adjusted via touch sensors.
Lumio founder Max Gunawans 2…

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PUBG will finally target 60fps on consoles – but there’s a catch – TechRadar New Zealand

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Its been four years since PUBG first released on consoles, but fans of the battle royale title will finally be able to experience the game at 60fps if you own an Xbox One X or PS4 Pro, that is.
Update 9.1 promises to substantially change the Framerate Priority mode for the better on the enhanced consoles, by lifting the 30fps frame cap and dropping the resolution to 1080p. It means that the Xbox One X and PS4 Pro will target 60fps, which should provide a smoother and more responsive experience …

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