We found the new Intel Core i9-9900KF, Core i7-9700KF, Core i5-9600KF, Core i5-9400F, and Core i3-9350KF listed on the company's official site.
CES 2019 kicked off with big announcements from Nvidia and AMD. Many other companies followed suit with new monitors, graphics cards, and other odds-and-ends, too.
We’re here live for Intel's CES 2019 keynote in Las Vegas where the company is expected to launch new processors and perhaps update us on its 10nm chips.
At CES in Las Vegas, Lenovo is updating its Legion line of gaming laptops along with bunch of new gaming accessories.
In addition to its new chassis, the 2019 ThinkPad X1 Yoga will also sport a 4K, HDR display, a smaller footprint and a newer processor.
MSI is adding Nvidia's RTX graphics to every laptop in its lineup, including the brand new GS75 Stealth.
Corsair's One compact desktops lineup just got a big internal upgrade, with three new models that sport up to 12-core CPUs and 2080 Ti graphics.
HyperX brought a variety of new products meant to help people communicate, hear, and maybe even play better in their favorite games to CES 2019.
AMD drops the new Picasso APUs, throws in new H-Series high-performance chips, a new Athlon, and processors for Chromebooks.
HP has just expanded its Pavilion monitor line with a 27-inch, QHD quantum dot display, plus a 27-inch FHD and 32-inch QHD.
HP is updating its Omen Obelisk desktop with new parts and its laptop with Nvidia's latest graphics.
We got a sneak peek at HP's Chromebook 14, which has a dual-core AMD A4-9120 CPU and integrated AMD Radeon R4 graphics.
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.
We saw some talk of wirelessly charged mice in 2017, but the Razer Mamba Hyperflux doesn’t have a battery--it’s wireless powered, not charged.
Bloody seems to be selling its new Libra optical switches as much as it is its new keyboards, although you can’t have one without the other anyway.