Starting at $3700, the Razer Blade fits an incredible array of hardware into its 0.88-inch thick frame.
CNET editors Jeff Bakalar and Scott Stein talk about what they want from Nintendo's 2017 system.
Nintendo's upcoming game system is still shrouded in mystery.
Jeff and Scott, two of CNET's resident gaming experts go over what we saw, what we know so far, and speculate what is still to come for Nintendo's newest gaming experience.
Russ and Jeff break down all the bits and pieces to take away from this week's announcement of the Nintendo Switch console, the new Logan trailer and DNS outages.
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The University of California at Irvine just opened the first official e-sports facility at a US college, offering students a whole new way to put off studying for finals.
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It's a handheld, it's a tablet, it connects to your TV. Will the Nintendo Switch be the do-everything game system? Here's what we know so far.
This is Sony's latest, greatest game console.
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The upcoming game console can also be played on the go as a tablet. Nintendo is emphasizing multiplayer possibilities, but the design has some familiar features.