Launching February 12, the Ryzen 2400G and 2200G combine a four-core, eight-thread CPU with integrated graphics based on AMD’s Vega architecture.
Microsoft released a new Preview Build, 17093, with an improved Game Bar and configurable GPU usage, among other things.
HP launched a trio of new professional monitors with USB-C input. The Z27, Z32, and Z43 bring convenient connectivity and accurate sRGB color to multiple screen sizes.
Intel announced that it has released to its hardware partners a fixed version of its previously bugged Spectre-mitigating patch for Skylake CPUs.
Lenovo is recalling select batches of Thinkpad X1 Carbon 5th Gen notebooks because a loose screw that can short the battery poses a potential fire hazard.
Roccat has released the Khan Aimo 7.1 gaming headset, an upper-end product in Roccat’s audio lineup featuring RGB lighting, a built-in sound card, and a comfort-focused design.
Beyond having its CPUs updated to 8th-gen, 4-core Intels--these could actually be had on late 2017 models already--the 2018 Gram also features some not-very-apparent physical changes.
The E-Blue Auroza gaming armchair brings that gaming aesthetic to your living room, but it doesn’t do much else.
Thermaltake is now competing against water cooling stalwarts EK and Bitspower by producing ultra-niche products, such as the new Pacific M4 motherboard water block.
Backblaze released its Q4 2017 hard drive failure statistics, and they continue to confound on the topic of enterprise-versus-consumer drive reliability.
Ubisoft released details of an upcoming event for "Rainbow Six Siege." The “Outbreak” event will bring new co-op PVP levels that pit players against zombie hordes.
The EFF has warned that net neutrality regulations recently passed by the California Senate are at risk of being overruled by the federal government.
The AMD-compatible Spectre fix for Windows 10 is now live and being distributed through Windows Update.
Plextor released new consumer SATA SSDs built on 3D NAND flash. The M8V series drives are available in 2.5” and M.2 form factors with capacities of 128, 256, and 512GB.
The TSS Handbrake Sparco Mod is the newest addition to Thrustmaster’s race-sim peripherals, and it’s actually both a handbrake and a sequential shifter.
Sharkoon announced a new budget chassis that combines a no-frills exterior with a colorful interior to appeal to modern system builders.