Razer Releases New OSVR 1.3 Virtual Reality Headset

If you’ve been reading inStash for a while now then you might remember Razer’s OSVR (Open Source Virtual Reality) platform from CES 2015. As its name implies, OSVR is pretty much Razer’s Read More

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Meet The New, Smaller 3DS

The world’s best selling handheld gaming console is getting downsized. After years of creating larger and larger portable gaming systems it’s almost as if Nintendo realized that the reason that people play Read More

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Your Next Graphics Card Should Be An AMD Radeon R9 Fury X

Although Nvidia has been the market leader in graphics cards for a while now, AMD is never too far behind. Now the Sunnyvale-based company is hoping to leapfrog its competitor with its Read More

Star Wars Fan? You’ll Want This Badass Darth Vader PS4 Bundle

If you’re a Star Wars fan then you don’t want to miss out on Sony’s upcoming Darth Vader-themes PS4 bundle. Not only will Star Wars aficionados get a chance to own a Read More

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Smach Zero, The World’s First Handheld Steam Machine Coming In 2016

If you’re a gamer then you probably have heard of Steam Machines already. Y’know, those ultra-powered SteamOS-running gaming rigs? But did you know that Steam Machines can be slick portable gaming powerhouses Read More

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Xbox One Gets Its Own Chatpad

Remember the chatpad? The accessory made it possible to have text-only communication on Xbox Live way back in the heyday of the 360. Well, it’s back. Microsoft just announced that it’s bringing Read More

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Check Out Samsung’s New Wireless Charging Monitors

No one can ever accuse Samsung of being anything other than ambitious. The Korea-based titan is now releasing a new type of monitor which will be able to do something that no Read More

‘Feel’ Virtual Reality With Gloveone

High quality consumer-grade virtual reality is nearly here, so it’s time to start thinking about the next step after that: physical/virtual interactions. In layman’s terms, that means being able to actually feel Read More