All In Xbox
The next-generation Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 have arrived, VR gaming continues to mature and other influences make the category prime for profitability.
Andrew Nichols · February 05, 2021
Major categories like 8K TVs, video game consoles, wireless headphones, and wellness technology are all poised for a big 2021.
CE Pro Editors · February 02, 2021
HDMI Forum president David Glen talks about Ultra High Speed cable certification; enhanced gaming and video features; PlayStation 5 & Xbox Series X releases; and more.
Arlen Schweiger · November 13, 2020
Due to millions of consumers being forced to stay home and search for entertainment, the video game console market is looking extremely strong in 2020.
Andrew Nichols · November 03, 2020
Industry experts Joel Silver and Matt Murray offered a wealth of video performance and distribution knowledge to attendees during the pair’s CEDIA Education session.
Andrew Nichols · September 18, 2020
Audeze, an audiophile headphone manufacturer, has launched its Penrose wireless headset aimed at console and PC gamers. Extending Audeze’s family of gaming headphones that includes the LCD-GX and the Mobius 3D Surround Sound PC gaming headset, the Penrose is designed with Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Sony’s PlayStation 5 in mind, the company says. Penrose […]
Arlen Schweiger · July 16, 2020
Be ready to embrace gamers, and ensure customers know improvements from HDMI 2.1 can benefit both 4K and 8K to help future-proof their media rooms.
CE Pro Editors · May 27, 2020
Integration company Inspired Technology and Communications helped the Christopher’s Haven non-profit by installing new Samsung TVs, Xbox consoles and more into 9 apartments used to provide free housing for families with children undergoing cancer treatment.
Andrew Nichols · June 24, 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 $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