It’s the most Wonderful Time of the Year, a time for giving and best of all a time to receive. At HiTech Legion this is our opportunity to give back to the community that supports us throughout the year. Without further ado we are announcing the HiTech Legion 6th Annual Holiday Giveaway Spectacular 2014.
Personally, I love to get engulfed in a great story. It doesn’t matter if it is a great movie, a book, or a game with a storyline. There is nothing as interactive though as a good game. Books certainly can make you think and suck you into a story, and most movies are a good opportunity to zone out, but a great game can provide so many hours of entertainment. I also firmly believe that games used properly can be a great way to learn about many things. This can range from solving puzzles and working the mind, or learning history, and math.
Just before the end of the year a variety of new products from the Taiwanese case manufacturer, Raidmax that new cases are now available at PC-Cooling. Fans of compact cases can look forward to several new cases: The “Element” in four different color options (black, blue, green and pink), the ultra-compact “Atomic” and the Micro-ATX/Mini-ITX cube "Hyperion". Also available are additional color options of the Seiran II and the Scorpio V, as well as the brand-new Viper GX II.See More
Quantified Gaming - know more, game better, by Mionix Kiskstarter campaign announces the NAOS QG as the first smart gaming mouse that tracks your body reactions and provides you with insights into your performance. Via built in sensors, the NAOS QG tracks your heart rate, galvanic skin response and actions per minute. This data appears as a transparent overlay on your screen. "Just like athletes gather and analyze data, we want to do the same for gamers. Provide you with deep insights. Enable you to understand your reactions and optimize your gaming. Sounds awesome, right? You have no idea yet." See More
For years, outfitting a PC with custom cables has been a time-consuming and expensive endeavor. Modders have had to either do it themselves, spending hours upon hours sleeving their power supply cables individually, or spend hundreds of dollars on expensive cable sleeving services. Alternatively, they could choose sleeved cable extensions, but would have to put up with increased cable clutter due to physically longer cables. "What if there was a better way?" See More