Watching CES 2013: Gaming Gear

Like to play games? Here's some video of cool stuff we saw at the show

The team at IDG Enterprise (including Network World, Computerworld and and the IDG News Service created more than 50 videos last week at 2013 International CES, covering everything from news events, computers, smartphones, tablets and other electronic gadgets. In this post, we are highlighting videos focusing on gamers, whether it's a new keyboard that can light up to help your strategy, or reduce lag on your home router when fighting off enemy aliens:

First off, NVIDIA was at the show with some new chips and servers. The IDG News Service has these two reports:

Next up, we got an up-close look at the Roccat Ryos MK Pro keyboard, which includes per-key illumination to allow gamers to light up specific keys for their gameplay:

Gamers that encounter heavy lag on their networks might want to check out the latest Gaming Router from D-Link. The StreamBoost technology is very cool, especially for hardcore gamers and network guys:

For old-school gamers, perhaps you just want to play some pinball. Stern Pinball was showing off its new home-based pinball machines, smaller versions of professional pinball machines, but ones that weigh less and cost less than what you'd find at an arcade or bowling alley:

Keith Shaw rounds up the best in geek video in his blog. Follow Keith on Twitter at @shawkeith. For the latest IT news, analysis and how-tos, follow ITworld on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

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