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Razer HyperSense's vision for haptic-filled PC gaming shakes up the future of peripherals

Thursday January 10, 2019. 04:52 PM , from PC World
Haptic feedback is the one feature I miss when gaming on PC. I love me a mouse and keyboard, but I find myself reaching for my Xbox One controller sometimes just for the rumble effects. It’s not a very sophisticated version of haptic feedback, but it nevertheless adds so much to the weightiness of guns, the rumble of engines, the boom of an explosion—all these small touches you don’t notice until they’re gone.Nobody’s managed to make haptics work on PC though. Or, at least, nobody’s stuck with it long enough to force adoption.Razer loves a good gimmick though, and in keeping with that spirit Razer might be the company to deliver us from our rumble-less prison. Well, Razer and a gaggle of partners, including Lofelt and Subpac.To read this article in full, please click here
https://www.pcworld.com/article/3332206/peripherals/razer-hypersense-haptic-pc-peripherals.html#tk.r...

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