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Inside Microsoft’s Project Scorpio future gaming console

  • 09/04/2017 at 23:19 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gaming

Microsoft Project ScorpioMicrosoft has shown off their next range of Xbox technology called Project Scorpio. The aim is to provide gamers with an experience that their 4K television can achieve. Sony’s PlayStation 4 is currently the console of choice for a lot of gamers and Microsoft want to get more gamers using their devices.

Project Scorpio Specs

The specs of Project Scorpio are impressive and looks like being the most powerful console on the market when it’s released. The CPU used in Project Scorpio is eight custom x86 cores clocked at 3.3GHz; The GPU has 40 customised compute units at 1172MHz. The memory is 12GM GDDR5 RAM; Memory bandwidth is 326GB/s; Internal hard drive memory is 1TB 2.5-inch, and the optical drive is a 4K UHD Blu-ray.

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So…does the Nintendo Switch suck?

  • 16/03/2017 at 01:09 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gaming

Nintendo SwitchI have been watching the controversy about the Nintendo Switch for awhile now. Early leaks and demo play left a bad taste in a lot of mouths, and Nintendo fans haven’t forgotten the utter failure of the Wii U. But now the Switch is out, and we can put some real experience behind our opinions.

So, does the Nintendo Switch suck? This blogger weighs in with a resounding: meh.

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Can Xbox One S overtake PS4 supremacy?

  • 20/06/2016 at 15:11 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gaming

Microsoft Xbox One SMicrosoft has unveiled their latest XBox One console, the XBox One S. The updated version fixes a couple of the issues that were previously brought up by gamers, and offers an intermediary device prior to the Project Scorpio release coming in 2017.

Due to the much bigger news about Project Scorpio and its integrated VR and 4K gaming, a lot of cynics have been pointing out the futility of an updated XBox One device that won’t match up to next year’s release.

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PlayStation 3: A console for the future

PlayStation 3Today’s post is another premiere for our site and we would like to present to you a new category: Consoles.

PlayStation is a game console created and developed by Sony Computer Entertainment, which has reached three series through years. Since the launch of the first PlayStation model, in 1994, Sony reported a total of over 310 million sold units. PlayStation 3 was released worldwide in 2006 and competes against Microsoft Xbox or Nintendo Wii to win the Gaming Consoles market.

The PS3 console is connected to a TV device, through an AV cable, but it’s recommended to use HDMI one if you want to get the best gaming experience(@1080p).

A basic component on a PlayStation console is the controller, which has the following important features:

-two analog sticks.

-one D-pad.

-four main select buttons(“Triangle”, “Circle/O”, “Cross/X” and “Square”).

-two Left(L1 and L2) and two Right(R1 and R2) buttons situated at the top and of the bottom of the upper part of the controller.

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