Shipping before Christmas
We stumbled upon a listing for Xiaomi's latest Mi MIX which puts the new smartphone on pre-order for US $659.99 for the standard 4GB/128GB and US $759.99 for the 6GB/256GB Mi MIX 18K version.
Not as bezel-less as expected. Oooooh
After a big Mi MIX surprise during the Mi Note 2 smartphone launch, Xiaomi has released a couple of trailer videos for the new smartphone but we also got a few hands-on videos that show a bit more details.
Zotac is celebrating its 10th anniversary in style, unveiling a couple of new products that will carry the 10th Anniversary Edition badge, including a custom liquid-cooled Geforce GTX 1080 made in cooperation with Thermaltake.
A 6.4-inch high-end surprise
After officially launching the Mi Note 2 smartphone, Xiaomi has made a big surprise by announcing a new 6.4-inch ceramic-based Mi MIX smartphone designed in cooperation with French designer.
With 1440p 165Hz TN-panel and G-Sync support
Acer has officially announced the newest monitor from its gaming Predator series, the 24-inch Acer XB241YU.
One to have
Following some recent and upcoming game releases, Nvidia has rolled out its newest Geforce 375.57 WHQL Game Ready drivers that are intended to bring the best gaming experience for Battlefield 1, Titanfall 2 and Civilization VI but also adds a couple of SLI and 3D Vision profiles and a couple of bug fixes.
17.3-incher with Core i7 Skylake CPU and GTX 1080 GPU
At a special event in Berlin, Razer has unveiled its Blade Pro, a 17.3-inch high-end gaming notebook powered by Core i7-6700HQ Skylake CPU and Nvidia's GTX 1080 GPU, describing it as "the desktop in your laptop".
To compete with Nvidia's latest GTX 1050 Ti
According to a couple of reports, it seems that AMD is working on a couple of cut down versions of its Polaris 10 Ellesmere GPU that should put additional pressure on Nvidia's recently released GTX 1050 Ti and GTX 1050 graphics cards.
New drivers for latest and upcoming games
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.10.2 hotfix drivers which feature optimizations for some of the new and upcoming games, including Battlefield 1 and Civilization VI, as well as a new Crossfire profile and some bug fixes.
Available in limited quantities for US $379/€419
Powercolor has announced that its external graphics card enclosure, known as the Devil Box, is now available in both the US and Europe, priced at US $379/€419.