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PowerA Fusion Wired Fightpad Is The Handheld Controller Every Fighting Game Enthusiast Deserves
Playing fighting games on a modern game console is fine enough. Problem is, some of us just can’t get over the more generous action button layout popularized by old-school arcade machines, making fighting games on a modern controller feel a little bit lacking. If you insist on having six buttons at your disposal while going wild on Street Fighter, Injustice, or Super Smash but don’t want to go all in with a full-fledged arcade gamepad that will require you to take up the coffee table, maybe the PowerA Fusion Wired Fightpad can be enough to bridge the gap.
A handheld gamepad with a six-button layout similar to the arcade controls of old, it affords you the same precision button-mashing without burdening you with a controller you’ll have to set down on a flat surface. That way, you can still kick back on the couch while executing finishing moves on Mortal Kombat, all while enjoying superior control over any character you decide to field in battle.
The PowerA Fusion Wired Fightpad is a controller based on the Sega Saturn’s gamepad, which has been long revered by fighting game enthusiasts as the ideal layout for the genre. It doesn’t veer too far from the 90s-era controller’s design (specifically, the Japanese version), with six action buttons on the right hand side and a floating d-pad on the left hand side. Suffice to say, if you enjoyed mashing buttons on Virtua Fighter, Street Fighter, and Fighters Megamix on that console from back in the day, you’ll probably appreciate what this thing brings to your gaming arsenal.
It also comes with four shoulder buttons, so you can execute any actions pre-mapped to those on traditional controllers, so even newer fighting games should work without a hitch on the darn thing. Even better, the controller comes with two sets of switches, which allow you to easily alter the function of the shoulder buttons, depending on the game you’re playing. There are different versions of the gamepad, by the way, depending on which console you want to use it on, with Xbox One, PS4, and Switch models of the controller coming with different switches (since they map things differently ) and accessory buttons (e.g. the Xbox controller comes with the Xbox menu button).
The PowerA Fusion Wired Fightpad comes with swappable magnetic faceplates, so you can dress up your gamepad in one of three colors, depending on what you feel like playing on for the day. Only those three colors are available, by the way, so you’ll have to paint one of the faceplates something else if you want something funkier. Do note, the controllers are all wired, regardless of which console version you’re buying, so you’ll be stuck with an annoying cable the whole time you’re executing shoryukens, fatalities, and smash attacks. Hey, you like old school controls for your fighting games, so it comes with old school hassles, too.
Want one? The PowerA Fusion Wired Fightpad is available now.
•Rockubot Puts A Cleaning Robot On Your Bed To Get Rid Of Mites, Bed Bugs, And Germs
It’s been just short of two decades since the first Roomba was made. And now, we’ve got Roombas for the bathroom, the lawn, the garden, and a whole host of other places. While the regular Roomba will work just as cleaning the floors of your bedroom, there’s nothing it can do to clean up the place where you actually sleep at night: your bed. That’s where the Rockubot comes in.
No, it won’t pick up crumbs, dirt, and whatever other mess you have strewn around on the bed. You’ll have to get swipe those off from the bed onto the floor and have the Roomba take care of it. Instead, the robot cleans up your sleep surface by getting rid of germs, bacteria, bed bugs, and mites, ensuring your bed is safe from invisible threats that can attack you without your knowledge.
The Rockubot is a UVC sanitizer that uses short-length ultraviolet-C light and ultrasonic waves to eliminate 99.99 percent of bacteria, germs, and mites as it passes over a surface. To ensure thorough cleaning, it’s designed to traverse the entire surface of the bed autonomously using three built-in casters, with 24 integrated sensors allowing it to avoid obstacles and stay inside edges, so it never falls off the side of the bed. The sensors should be smart enough to let it navigate any bed without the need to pre-map the surface, allowing it to easily adapt to different beds and day-to-day changes (sometimes, you just end up leaving stuff on the bed).
It has sanitizing modules installed on both the top and bottom, so you can set it loose under the blanket to have it clean both the mattress and the underside of the blanket simultaneously (it only activates the top sanitizers when it detects it’s underneath a layer). That’s right, it clean all surfaces between the sheets, so it can sanitize through your comforters, bedspreads, mattress sheets, and covers if you let it do multiple passes.
The Rockubot is equipped with a 5200mAh battery that can keep the robot running for up to three hours, which should be plenty enough to keep it juiced for multiple days of sanitizing your bed. It comes with a snap-on magnetic cover that goes on the underside of the device, giving it a convenient handle on one side to facilitate grip. This allows you to use it as a handheld sanitizer, so you can easily disinfect your pillows, your phone, and even that face mask you’ve been wearing each time you leave the house during these unusual times. Measuring a compact 5.9 x 2.5 inches (diameter x height), it’s extremely portable, too, so you can use it to clean your camp bed, your hotel bed, and whatever other bedding you use when you leave your abode.
Just in case all that’s not enough, it actually integrates a Qi-compatible wireless charger on top, allowing you to use it as a power bank, in case you need a charger in the bedroom, since you leave your usual one at home. They even threw in an onboard speaker, just in case you need extra gear to pump those tunes in the bedroom.
The Rockubot is available now, priced at $149.99.
• Immutouch Wristband Alerts You Every Time You Touch Your Face
As you probably know by now, you’re not supposed to touch your face. Because, you know, if your hand’s infected, touching your face brings the virus close to your eyes, nose, and mouth – the three places where the virus can actually get in your system and, potentially, multiply in your body. Other than an ever-present awareness of everything you’re doing at the moment, though, how the heck are you supposed to ensure you never make that mistake? The Immutouch offers the perfect solution.
At first glance, it looks like an old-school fitness band. You know, the kind with no screen, no buttons, and no fancy elements – just an innocuous-looking band that you wear on your wrist with a built-in case for the integrated hardware. Instead of recording your activity output, though, the darn thing is designed to monitor your hand movement, automatically alerting you whenever your hand is about to touch your face.
The Immutouch is a smart wearable that you put on the wrist of your dominant hand, since that’s the one you’re most likely to be using to touch your face. If you want to be sure, though, you can wear one band in each wrist, so you get alerted, regardless of which hand you end up using to scratch your nose, slap your cheeks, or wipe off something from the side of your mouth. Any time you touch your face, the band will start vibrating, only turning the motor off once it detects you’ve removed your hand from the vicinity. Basically, it’s a behavior trainer – one that’s likely prove immensely useful and, potentially, life-saving in this weirdest of timelines we find ourselves in.
To begin using the band, you start by pairing it with the companion app, which will instruct you to touch various parts of your face for calibration. Once it’s able to accurately detect the action, the band will automatically detect when you’re touching those areas and begin vibrating. Aside from letting you know at the exact moment, the app also logs every time you perform the unwanted behavior, so you can look back at any progress you’ve made as face-touching becomes more and more of a conscious behavior that you’re able to avoid.
The Immutouch is water-resistant, so you can wash your hands regularly to clean off any infections without causing damage to the device. Each full charge of the onboard battery should keep it running for up to 24 hours, so you can keep this on throughout the day and charge it only during those times you’re sleeping. And yes, there’s an option to keep the vibrations off, in case you want to put on make-up, shave your beard, or intentionally do any other stuff to your face – just make sure to turn it back on, unless you want to be oblivious to your face-touching habits once again. The band, by the way, is 10.9 inches long, so it should fit most adult wrists without any problem.
Want one? The Immutouch is available now, priced at $49.99.
• 2020 Razer Blade 15 Advanced Laptop Brings Eight-Core CPU And RTX 2080 Super GPU In A Sleek Frame
When the Razer Blade first came out, it felt like a big deal. Until then, we were convinced that gaming laptops had to look and feel like it’s some kind of spaceship from one of the video games we played. Instead, Razer gave us a sleek-looking machine that looked more professional than anything we’ve seen. The 2020 version of the outfit’s Razer Blade 15 Advanced retains the same sleek look, premium build, and powerful performance in a reasonably slim and lightweight package.
Unlike other manufacturers that seek to bring some type of innovation on their gaming laptops, Razer seems content to just roll out well-made, premium machines that can breeze through the newest and greatest AAA titles. And that’s what we get here – a professional-looking laptop with cutting-edge gaming hardware that looks just as comfortable sitting in your gaming desk at home as it does in your workspace at the office.
The 2020 Razer Blade 15 Advanced gets a massive beef up in the muscle department, as it packs an eight-core 10th-gen Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super graphics (which is, supposedly, 20 percent faster than the RTX 2080), 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of SSD storage. While both the CPU and GPU are a definite step-up, the 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage do sound like last-gen specs and, from what we can tell, that’s really all the laptop’s relatively slim frame is going to accommodate. The GPU, by the way, comes with Nvidia’s latest efficiency-boosting tweaks to their Max-Q graphics, so you should expect improved frame rates without sacrificing battery life.
It comes with a 15.6-inch 1080p display that boasts a high 300Hz refresh rate, so there should be little to no latency between in-game actions and what’s being shown onscreen. For content creators interested in picking up the laptop, though, they can swap the 1080p display in favor of a 4K OLED panel that covers 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color space, albeit with a much lower refresh rate.
The 2020 Razer Blade 15 Advanced gets a custom vapor chamber, custom fans with 44 blades, and integrated heat exchangers to efficiently dissipate heat from the laptop while generating very little noise. It also uses nanoparticle thermal blockers to reduce hotspots, limiting the heat in the areas where they originate, making it easier for the cooling system to do its job. The keyboard comes with individual RGB lighting on each key, allowing maximum customization, while a glass touchpad provides navigation control for those times you don’t have a mouse in tow.
As with its predecessors, the laptop comes in a precision-crafted unibody aluminum chassis, giving it a premium look to match the powerful hardware inside. As you can see from the photos, there’s a good load of ports here, including one USB-C (Thunderbolt 3) slot, one USB-C slot, two USB 3.2 ports, HDMI out, a 3.5mm slot, Gigabit Ethernet, and an SD card reader. You can also opt for the base model, which gets a slightly less-powerful CPU and GPU, in case the Advanced version is a little too rich for your tastes.
The 2020 Razer Blade 15 Advanced comes out in May, priced starting at $2,599.
• ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 Laptop Puts A 14-Inch Second Screen For Better Multi-Tasking On The Go
We’ve seen multiple companies experiment with dual-screen laptops for a bit now, with everyone trying to figure how to best use a second display without adding too much to a laptop’s size. The ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 is the newest effort towards that end.
As we’ve seen with previous efforts, the best way to keep a laptop slim while adding a second screen is to put that display above the keyboard and move the trackpad to its right instead. ASUS did it with the Zenbook Pro Duo and HP did it with the Omen X 2S. Of the two, we have to say, it was more problematic with the Zenbook, since it’s a productivity machine and plenty of folks rely on the trackpad for those laptops. With the Omen, it was actually quite decent, since gamers tend to use a separate mouse, making the smaller trackpad less of an issue. It’s for that reason why, we believe, ASUS chose their flagship gaming laptop for their new dual-screen design.
The ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 has a 15-inch main screen that’s available in two configurations: either a 4K 60Hz panel that covers 100 percent of the Adobe RGB color space for multimedia editing or a 1080p 300Hz panel for gaming. So yeah, the outfit is marketing this to gamers and digital creatives alike, albeit in versions with wildly different main displays. That’s where the divergence between the two variants end, though, as they offer the same features everywhere else. Chief among these is a 14.1-inch display in the area where the keyboard is usually located, which brings a resolution of 3840 x 1100 pixels.
Unlike previous designs we’ve seen, the secondary display doesn’t stay on the same angle as the keyboard. Instead, it’s able to tilt forwards, allowing you to view it at a 13-degree angle, ensuring both displays are at a comfortable field of view to the user. To allow this, by the way, the main display has a large bezel at the bottom, which looks odd when you first see it, but makes perfect sense once you see what the second display does. According to Asus, the second display can be used much like any external panel, so you can use it as an extension of your desktop, allowing you to see multiple applications running. The outfit has also partnered with multiple developers to make use of the second display, including Adobe and Techland, which has created second-screen tools for Dying Light 2, League of Legends, Fortnite, and CS:GO.
The ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 puts the keyboard below that secondary display, along with a trackpad that doubles as a capacitive number pad on the right, similar to previous designs we’ve seen. As for the specs, the laptop gets 10th -gen Intel Core processors (including the eight-core i9-10980HK), GeForce RTX graphics (up to RTX 2080), up to 2TB of SSD storage, up to 48GB of DDR4 RAM, Wi-Fi 6, and a new AAS Plus cooling system. It runs Windows 10 Pro.
The ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 will be available starting June, with prices ranging from $2,999 to $3,699.
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