In a pared-down virtual CES 2021, there were still more than a few exciting new products announced. Here’s the best of what we saw.
From CPUs to Monitors, Laptops and even Raspberry Pi HATs, these are our favorite products of the year.
This year’s CES lacked new CPU platforms or major graphics card launches, but AMD’s Ryzen 4000 laptop processors, a 64-core Threadripper and impressive new monitors carried the day.
Before we barrel into 2020, let’s take a quick look back in hindsight at the tech that didn’t work (or just didn’t sell) and try to figure out why.
We built two different PCs for under $500. Both systems have their limitations, but one might be just what you’re looking for.
Intel has been without a leader for almost seven months, so the Tom's Hardware team drafted potential chief executives.
This year’s CES was dominated by chips, as Nvidia and AMD unveiled new GPUs. Team red also showed off its third-generation Ryzen platform, while new companies got into the monitor game.
We tested kits ranging from DDR4-2400 to DDR4-3800 to pin down the performance nuances of upgrading.
We've soaked up the sights and sounds of CES 2017 and compiled a list of the best and worst...for your viewing pleasure.
Once again, the Tom's Hardware team was out in force at the annual consumer electronics show in Las Vegas. Here are our top picks for CES 2016.
Each week, Tom’s Hardware sifts through numerous Newegg deals to find the ones we believe are the most interesting to readers and offer the best value.
The Tom's Hardware team was out in force at the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas this year, and we've finally had a chance to regroup and establish our CES 2015 Top Picks.
We've covered our "practical" gift ideas, we've petitioned the elves-in-charge for more extravagant presents and now we fire off our wishes for the future. Some of them are implausible. Others might be more than a year away. But we still have hope, right?
The polls are closed and the winners are here: the three Haswell-based machines you chose are ready to receive their Tom's Hardware Approved recognition.
Ever wanted to ask one of the big hardware or software giants something directly? Why’d they do that? Where’d the idea come from for that last product? What’s in store next? Well, now you have the chance!