All In Gaming
Today, Sony officially announced the name of its next-generation console: The PlayStation 5. Prior to today, Sony had not confirmed the name or release date of its newest flagship console despite rumors swirling around the video game industry for well over a year. The console does not have a concrete release date yet, but Sony […]
Andrew Nichols · October 08, 2019
The newly announced Xbox Project Scarlett comes with goodies like 8K support, ray-tracing, solid state drives, and a next-gen AMD processor.
Andrew Nichols · June 10, 2019
The video game industry is growing rapidly, and with that comes the desire for high-end peripherals like gaming headsets. Here are a few well-made gaming headsets integrators should consider stocking for gaming room installations.
Andrew Nichols · May 10, 2019
Streaming media consumes an enormous amount of bandwidth. As more users in the home stream video and gaming content integrators should be prioritizing enterprise-grade networks for their clients’ homes.
Robert Archer · April 01, 2019
Google’s streaming-centric gaming platform gives gamers the ability to play 4K HDR games on phones, tablets, PCs, and TVs without expensive consoles or other pieces of proprietary hardware.
Andrew Nichols · March 27, 2019
Marking its 50th year in business, Samsung introduced a number of home-friendly state-of-the-art display products including its Q900 8K television.
Robert Archer · January 09, 2019
The $499 Xbox One X gaming console will sport new HDMI 2.1 features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) in an upcoming firmware update.
Andrew Nichols · August 06, 2018
The latest D-Link Wi-Fi Router helps provide homeowners with fast wireless Internet speeds to support a variety of activities.
Robert Archer · March 12, 2018
Oh yes you can make money on video gaming — serious gamers want their own space with premium video, Dolby Atmos surround sound, super-fast and reliable networks, comfy chairs and other high-end gear that can make or break a player.
Chuck Schneider · March 02, 2018
Reasonably priced $750 BenQ HT2050A projector delivers 1080p images and 96 percent of Rec. 709 standard. Installation options include vertical lens shift, and horizontal and vertical keystone correction.
Robert Archer · January 31, 2018