Now priced at US $349 for the 64GB version
OnePlus has announced that its OnePlus 2 smartphone will get a permanant price cut, pushing it from US $389 down to US $349 for the 64GB version.
Standard design with Romer-G mechnanical switches and RGB LEDs
Logitech has announced its new member of the gaming peripherals lineup, the G810 Orion Spectrum gaming keyboard, which comes with less complicated design but still features Romer-G mechanical switches and RGB LED backlight.
New ASRock motherboard for FM2+ APUs and CPUs
ASRock has rather silently announced its new motherboard based on AMD's A88X chipset for AMD socket FM2+ APUs and CPU, the ASRock A88M-ITX/ac.
Collector's Edition detailed, gets a new campaign trailer
Bethesda has officially announced the release date for its upcoming new Doom game, which is set for May 13th, and has also announced the cool looking Collector's Edition and the new campaign trailer.
Toshiba controller paired up with 15nm TLC NAND
OCZ Storage Solutions, a Toshiba Group Company, has officially announced its newest OCZ Trion 150 SSD series which will be available in capacities ranging from 120GB to 960GB and be based on Toshiba controller and 15nm TLC NAND.
Radeon Software Crimson 16.1.1 Hotfix
AMD has releases a new hotfix update for its Radeon Software Crimson drivers, the version 16.1.1 Hotfix which brings optimizations and Crossfire profiles for Rise of the Tomb Raider and Fallout 4.
To fix the graphics card eject bug
Nvidia has released the new Geforce 361.82 Hotfix drivers which should fix the graphics card eject bug that showed up with the earlier released Geforce 361.75 WHQL Game Ready drivers.
Excavator-based quad-core CPU
In addition to the new Kaveri Refresh APUs and new coolers, AMD also launched the new AMD Athlon X4 845 FM2+ CPU, a quad-core CPU based on the new Excavator CPU architecture.
The A10-7860K and the A6-7470K
AMD has updated its Kaveri desktop APU lineup with two new SKUs, the quad-core A10-7860K and the dual-core A6-7470K.
AMD's Roy Taylor confirms at VRLA 2016
AMD already teased its upcoming dual-GPU Radeon R9 Fury X2 during VRLA 2016 Winter Expo in Los Angeles and it appears that AMD's Roy Taylor revealed a bit more details regarding its performance, including the single-performance compute performance.