If you consider yourself to be a serious mobile gamer and you don’t have the cash to throw down on the ASUS ROG Phone 6 Pro, then this piece of news might bring cheer to your face.
Apple has churned out some of the most powerful high-performance devices on the market, and soon, its iPhones and iPads might launch alongside an Apple-branded game controller or two.
It was earlier this week when Microsoft announced that it has agreed to purchase Activision Blizzard in an all-cash deal worth $68.7 billion. The acquisition sent shockwaves around the globe and will catapult the American tech giant to the top of the gaming scene as the third-largest game publisher in the world, only behind Tencent and Sony. It is easily the biggest in the history of the gaming industry.
In case you missed the huge, possibly landscape-changing announcement, Microsoft has agreed to acquire Activision Blizzard in a mega-deal worth $68.7 billion. Activision Blizzard is also facing multiple lawsuits and federal investigations following accusations of harassment and misconduct.
Huawei has unveiled a shiny new gaming hardware — and, no, it’s not a monitor. That’s probably coming later, we hope.
It’s just a few days away from the International CES 2022 technology conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, and one of the products you might want to watch for is a display from Samsung.
The Philippines’ No. 1 smartphone brand for three consecutive quarters finally has its own e-shopping platform.
The Philippines’ No. 1 smartphone brand for three consecutive quarters is holding an online sale the whole day tomorrow, November 26.
Surprise, surprise: The OnexPlayer 1S, essentially a handheld gaming PC from startup One-Netbook, is now available in the Philippines through local gaming retailer DataBlitz.
Big oops! It appears that Lenovo might debut its own portable gaming device soon, to rival the likes of the Nintendo Switch and Steam Deck. What’s more, there’s reason to believe the company had initially planned to announce the gaming handheld at this year’s Mobile World Congress, but for some reason decided to scrap its launch plans.
Valve is after Nintendo‘s cash cow. Valve today announced a new handheld gaming system that will no doubt put pressure on the Switch, which recently got an OLED upgrade.
ASUS Philippines will be holding its back-to-school sale from July 15 to August 31, offering up to P18,000 (roughly $358) off participating smartphones, laptops, and desktops, including the ROG Phone 5 gaming phone, ZenFone 8, and ZenFone 8 Flip.
Is Huawei positioning itself as a strong contender in the PC market? That might just be the case. Just recently, the technology giant launched the Huawei Display alongside the AMD-based Huawei MateStation S desktop in the Philippines. The Mate Display is the company’s first commercial monitor on the local market, but it probably won’t be the last for 2021.
If you’re eyeing a gaming gear upgrade this month, like, say, a gaming mouse or headset, Logitech Philippines has you covered.
Or specifically the one from Grimalkin Corporation, the official distributor of Xiaomi products in the Philippines.
PS5 hopefuls, you may want to sit up and pay attention to this one. The second batch of Sony PlayStation 5 preorders in the Philippines has been scheduled for tomorrow, January 22.
PlayStation fans, take note: The highly anticipated online preorders for Sony’s next-gen console will go live in the Philippines tomorrow, November 20. Yup, it’s finally happening.
The Microsoft Xbox Series S, the company’s introductory next-gen console (and a less-capable direct competition to Sony’s PlayStation 5), has been priced in the Philippines.
This is it! Today’s a good day for those who have been waiting for more information on the local availability of Sony’s new console.
Grimalkin Corporation, the official distributor of Xiaomi products in the Philippines, has shared its latest — and possibly last — product brochure for 2020.
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