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New 3D-review of Microsoft Xbox Series X

According to Microsoft, the new console is the fastest and most powerful in the company's line-up. Processing power of 12 teraflops on a SoC chip and Xbox Velocity architecture deliver maximum gaming speed with overclocking up to 120 fps. AMD Zen 2, RDNA 2, DirectX ray-tracing technology, and 3D Spatial Sound totally immerse you in the game. The sleek, monolithic design features three airflow channels, a dedicated vapor chamber, and a split motherboard for perfect ventilation, uniform warmth, and virtually silent running.

View Microsoft Xbox Series X from virtually any angle in this 3D-review: Microsoft Xbox Series X

New 3D-review of Sony PlayStation 5 available now!

The game console won’t be on sale until mid-November, but you can see a full 3D review right now on our website and the websites of our clients!

A powerful AMD Ryzen 8-core processor delivers fast gaming performance. And an AMD Radeon RDNA 2-based GPU with accelerated ray tracing, haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, and 3D audio technology brings you a truly immersive VR experience. The big advantage of the device is the super-fast SSD, which supports lightning-fast game loading.

View the Sony PlayStation 5 from every conceivable angle in this 3D-review: Sony PlayStation 5

3D-review of Apple iPhone 12 out now!

Apple's new smartphone has a new look: the rounded corners have been cut off to give the phone a more angular and edgy appearance. The device is lighter too: it weighs 16% less than its predecessor. What’s more, the casing’s 11% thinner. The iPhone 12 is made of glass covered by a ceramic shield, which, according to Apple, makes it four times tougher than older versions. The flagship A14 Bionic processor is the fastest processor the company has ever produced. And the image quality of the dual-camera system is excellent under almost any day or nighttime lighting conditions.

View the Apple iPhone 12 from all sides in this 3D-review: Apple iPhone 12

A 3D review of Xiaomi Poco X3 released

The 6.67-inch display of the Poco X3 is based on an IPS matrix. The phone is positioned as a gaming device, hence the screen refresh rate of 120 Hz and the. processor cooling, which protects the system from overheating. Of the phone’s 4 cameras, the 3 together on the back of the device are the main (64 Mp), an ultra-wide-angle (13 Mp), and a 4K 30 fps video cam (software stabilizer up to 4K 30 fps). On the front, we have the 20 Mp selfie camera, which supports FullHD 30 fps video.

Check out the Xiaomi Poco X3 from all sides in this 3D review: Xiaomi Poco X3

3D-review of Samsung 49 Odyssey G9 49 Released

The innovative monitor from Samsung has a curvature that matches the curvature of the lens of the human eye. This ensures maximum image realism and eye comfort. High resolution (QLED, HDR1000, DQHD) is responsible for natural color reproduction, depth and detail of the picture.

View the Samsung 49 Odyssey G9 49 from all sides in this 3D-review: Samsung 49 Odyssey G9 49