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Razer Blade Pro 17 2020
Razer has just unveiled the all-new Blade Pro 17 professional gaming laptop, complete with either a 17.3-inch 4K 120Hz display for creators requiring a high-resolution workstation and a Full-HD 300Hz option for gamers that need silky smooth gameplay. It comes equipped with an Intel 8-core i7-10875H processor capable of clock speeds up to 5.1GHZ with Intel Turbo Boost and up to an NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER graphics card that features 8GB of high-bandwidth GDDR6 memory. Read more for a hands-on video review, additional pictures and information.

Holographic 8K Display Looking Glass
Looking Glass Factory has officially started shipping its holographic 8K display, which made its public debut back in 2018. Whether it be business applications or gaming, its 33.2 million pixels and 45-element light field ensure an immersive 3D effect. Unfortunately, there’s no pricing information available nor if they are shipping to non-enterprise clients. Read more for a video and additional information.

NVIDIA DGX A100 GPU
NVIDIA unveils the A100, the first GPU based on the company’s Ampere architecture, which unifies AI training and inference to boost performance by up to 20x over its predecessors. Its multi-instance GPU capability allows each A100 GPU to be partitioned into as many as seven independent instances for inferencing tasks, while third-generation NVLink interconnect technology enables multiple A100 GPUs to operate as one giant GPU for even larger training tasks. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Anker PowerCore Essential 20,000mAh Power Bank
Anker’s PowerCore Essential 20000 Power Bank offers over 92 additional hours of charge for your devices, and it’s being offered for just $36.52 shipped, today only, originally $42.97. To get the fastest charge possible, depending on the device, PowerIQ technology provides optimized charging. Plus, its MultiProtect safety system combines high-voltage protection, current regulation, and temperature control, to keep all of your devices safe. Product page. Read more for a hands-on review video and additional information.

Apple Mac Pro Wheels Skateboard
Yes, the $699 Apple Mac Pro Wheels Kit is real, and really do cost more than the new iPhone SE. They’re described as custom-designed stainless steel and rubber wheels that make sliding your Mac Pro out from under your desk or across your studio a breeze. Braille Skateboarding wanted to see how they’d perform on a real board, and the results are interesting to say the least. Read more for a video and additional information.

DOOM Chip Game
For those who weren’t yet around when the original DOOM was released back in 1993, this first-person shooter, developed by id Software, was distributed freely as shareware and played by an estimated 21-million people within two years. However, the full game, with a total of three episodes, had to be purchased by mail order. Fast forward to today, programmer Sylvain Lefebvre has created a custom computer chip designed specifically to play a custom build of this game. Read more for a video and additional information.

Razer Mamba Elite Computer Mouse
Razer’s Mamba Elite computer mouse boasts a 5G advanced optical sensor with true 16,000 DPI, 9 programmable buttons, and on-board memory, all for $59.99 shipped, today only, originally $89.99. Using the extended Razer Chroma lighting zones on each side, you’ll be able to fully customize the lighting effects and choose from 16.8 million color options. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

Arozzi Arena Gaming Desk
Arozzi’s Arena Gaming Desk is a perfect way to upgrade your home computer setup, and it’s being offered for just $205 shipped, today only, originally $449.99. Featuring a 5’ 3” surface width that allows for three large monitors and a 2’ 8 ¼” surface depth for a large field of play for your mouse, keyboard or other devices. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.

Apple Mac Pro Wheels
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Yes, that’s right, a set of wheels for your new Mac Pro will cost you nearly $700, which could get you a budget gaming PC. What makes them so special? Well, according to Apple, they’re custom-designed stainless steel and rubber wheels that make it easy to transport your Mac Pro around, whether sliding it out from under your desk or across your studio. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.

Intel NUC 9 Extreme Kit Ghost Canyon
Intel’s all-new NUC 9 Extreme NUC9i9QNX (Ghost Canyon) is touted as the smallest gaming PC that you can buy without having to build from scratch. What sets this one apart from others is its modular design, built around Intel’s Compute Element, which means as you outgrow your processor, simply replace the entire Compute Element with a newer version. Read more for two videos and additional information.