CES 2020 is officially over.
CES 2020 is about to begin, and companies have already shared plenty of new laptops, peripherals and other products.
We handed out awards at Computex 2019, but we also saw and covered a lot of other products that looked impressive. Here are 16 cool things we saw during our stay in Taipei.
Much of Computex 2019 hinged on AMD's Ryzen 3000 CPUs and the X570 chipset. But we also saw plenty of excellent unrelated hardware. Here’s the best of what we saw at Taipei’s big tech trade show.
We’ve handed out our awards and filed most of our news posts from Computex 2018. But there are still several products that are well worth highlighting. Here are 21 cool things we saw in Taipei.
With no big platform launches at Computex 2018, product designers had to get creative. Here’s the best of what we saw at Taipei's big tech trade show this year.
Intel announced the latest Coffee Lake-H processors in the wee hours of the morning, and OEMs were quick to reveal their latest-and-greatest laptops equipped with the new CPUs.
Intel’s Coffee Lake desktop lineup was sorely under-populated until the launch of the second batch of 300-series chipsets. These include the H370, B360, and H310. And here they are.
Last month, we had the chance to preview Toshiba's new AR solution, the dynaEdge AR100 Smart Glasses and Mobile Mini PC. This enterprise solution retails for $1,900
As you would expect, CES saw the introduction of several new monitors from the usual suspects. Dell, HP, LG, Lenovo, and MSI revealed a bevy of displays to feast our eyes on.
Cramming gaming-class components into a laptop form factor has evolved from possible-but-clunky affairs to feats of engineering. Here's the current crop of portable gaming machines from CES 2018.
CES wouldn't be CES without a plethora of new desktop gaming PCs of every size, shape, and color. Here's the lot of them.
Last week, we got the opportunity to play "The Evil Within 2," a survival horror game. "The Evil Within 2" will release next month, on Friday the 13th.
In reality, you'll never be a super hero, but in virtual reality, you can! In "Marvel Powers United VR", you can play with up to three friends in a battle against Marvel's Super Villains.
In "Stifled", you navigate the darkness via echolocation. Using your mic, you can briefly outline the immediate area, but sounds will also alert your enemies.