At the G Institute, PC Gaming is Logitech's Pursuit

Subject: General Tech, Cases and Cooling, Shows and Expos | March 21, 2013 - 03:23 PM |
Tagged: PAX East 2013, PAX East, PAX, logitech

Despite recent incidents with a genetic lifeform and disk operating system, we PC gamers love our science. Yesterday, Logitech claims they renewed their commitment to both PC gaming and science just in time for PAX East 2013.

Let us just hope the pi's not a lie. Hehehe, that rhymes.

While the commercial looks and sounds like the "G" stands for "Gatorade", it really beckons the launch of eight new accessory products: four new mice, two new keyboards, and two new headsets.

  • Logitech G700s Rechargeable Gaming Mouse
    • Wireless
    • 13 programmable controls
  • Logitech G500s Laser Gaming Mouse
    • Weight/balance adjustments
    • Dual-mode scroll wheel
  • Logitech G400s Optical Gaming Mouse
    • "Delta Zero" sensor technology
    • 8 programmable controls
  • Logitech G100s Optical Gaming Mouse
    • "Delta Zero" sensor technology
  • Logitech G19s Gaming Keyboard
    • Full-Color LCD
    • Custom backlighting
    • 12 programmable "G-keys"
  • Logitech G510s Gaming Keyboard
    • Standard LCD
    • Custom backlighting
    • 18 programmable "G-keys"
  • Logitech G430 Surround Sound Gaming Headset
    • 7.1 surround sound
  • Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset
    • 40mm drivers
    • 3.5mm stereo audio and mic

Check in after the break for the official press blast.

Source: Logitech

NVIDIA to host the first Battlefield 3 tournament at PAX Prime

Subject: Shows and Expos | August 24, 2011 - 01:17 PM |
Tagged: PAX, nvidia, contest

SANTA CLARA, Calif.—August 24, 2011—NVIDIA Corporation announced the first Battlefield 3 tournament in the US will be held this weekend at PAX Prime in Seattle, WA.

Gamers who visit NVIDIA at PAX Prime this weekend will have a chance to play Battlefield 3—this year’s most anticipated PC gaming title—on MAINGEAR PCs powered by NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 GPUs in SLI. Gamers can polish their tactics in the PC Freeplay Area on Level 6 at PAX Prime before they sign up onsite for the daily 12v12 single player tournament to win some great prizes—including full PC systems, cases, power supplies, gaming mice, keyboards, and headphones, GTX 500-series GPUs and much, much more. Prizes up for grabs are worth more than $20K USD.

“GeForce owners are the most passionate gamers on the planet,” said Drew Henry, general manager of the GeForce business unit at NVIDIA. “This free tournament and the ability to win some great prizes while playing Battlefield 3, is another way for us to provide a really fun experience for PAX Prime attendees.”

Gamers at PAX Prime can also win prizes by participating in the NVIDIA “Are You My Match?” contest. Simply match the tattoo sticker from the PAX Prime show bag to a t-shirt worn by an NVIDIA staffer on the show floor, and come to Level 6 to claim a prize. Additional prizes include 3D Vision kits, PC cooling systems and a whole lot more.

Various PAX Prime prizing is being provided by Antec, ASUS, Coolermaster, CyberPower, EVGA, IBUYPOWER, Guild Wars 2, NVIDIA, NZXT, Razer, and Zotac, and others.

To obtain more information about NVIDIA and Battlefield 3 at PAX Prime, please visit http://www.nvidia.com/object/pax-prime.html. For more information on PAX Prime, please visit http://prime.paxsite.com/

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Source: NVIDIA

Antec announces collaboration with NCsoft in conjunction with PAX

Subject: Shows and Expos | August 24, 2011 - 10:10 AM |
Tagged: antec, PAX, penny arcade, contest

Antec, Inc., the global leader in high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself markets, announced today its official relationship with video game developer & publisher NCsoft Corporation and its subsequent activity at PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) Prime 2011.

Antec will commence its relationship with NCsoft by opening an online boutique which, in the coming weeks, will let consumers purchase enclosures featuring custom NCsoft artwork from the City of Heroes, Guild Wars, Aion and future franchises.

Antec and NCsoft will team up at PAX Prime August 26th through August 28th, 2011 in Seattle, WA. Antec’s booth will be the only locale on the show floor where attendees can demo NCsoft’s upcoming City of Heroes Freedom.

Antec will also showcase an enclosures gallery with custom NCsoft artwork as a preview for what attendees can eventually order online. One of these select cases, equipped with hardware from Intel, Zotac, Kingston and Seagate, will be raffled off as a complete gaming PC.

“NCsoft is pleased to team up with Antec to bring our visual imagery from our award-winning line up of MMORPGs to their fans,” said Steve Levy, Global Director, Publishing, at NCsoft. “This is a great collaboration that will allow Antec’s customers to select a high performance PC enclosure and create a work of art that they will be proud to display.”

“We’re excited to kick off this new venture with NCsoft and invite our fans to give more personality to their PCs,” said Matthew Bosma, Director of Sales at Antec. “It has been great working with NCsoft and we’re looking forward to showing off their beautiful artwork to our fans and their fans, too.”

This year marks Antec’s fourth consecutive appearance at PAX Prime, and together with NCsoft, Antec promises to make its most exciting appearance at PAX yet.

Attendees can expect to see the latest Antec products including the upcoming SOLO II enclosure, which presents the uncompromising balance of Quiet Computing and performance.

Antec will also be demoing the soundscience rockus 3D | 2.1 speaker system in a sound-insulated room within the booth. Attendees will have the pleasure of experiencing the rockus’s capabilities in Kinect Fruit Ninja.

Join Antec at the Washington State Convention Center from August 26th through August 28th, 2011 to experience the latest Antec product lineup and exciting activities. For more information visit www.antec.com/pax2011 or follow the official Antec Facebook page for event updates at www.facebook.com/AntecInc.

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Source: Antec