Gamdias is moreorless a new player in the North American third-party PC accessories scene. The Taiwanese company was founded in 2012, and its products (designer mice, mouse pads and keyboards) was sold first in Asia before branching out to a world-wide market. Had their products been made available for a use in a wider spectrum of use, like for artists (with their mats) and Xbox/ Playstation compatibility (with their headsets), Halo enthusiasts may well enjoy their Greco-Roman inspired setup. Maybe some gamers can find some use in Sony’s God of War.
With this company’s product line taking their name from the gods of this Mediterranean culture, there’s no denying that there is a coolness factor for fans of classic mythology to take note of. Read the rest of this entry
To sum up what last week’s Consumer Electronics Show was all about, plenty of 4K televisions and Steam machines will be entering into the market. That will be great for video enthusiasts wanting a bit of extra oomph from their Blu-ray movies and video gamers will wonder what’s next to enjoy. With multiple hardware manufacturers clambering on board to develop boxes that will run SteamOS, the console gaming war is going to get a lot more interesting.