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.
Coming in at more than half the cost of the competition, the Neo Matrix is a mid-tower case that brings down the price of this iconic and stylish look
With security galore, and an impressive bump to performance the T7 is a perfect external PCIe SSD solution.
With new cases in a variety of form factors, and even some nifty new gadgets SilverStone’s not leaving any stone unturned at this year’s CES
From a mouse bungee, to mousemat, to headphone stand, to desk, to peripherals and more TTs hitting CES hard with a big revamp of some of its major peripheral lines.
Phanteks is finally launching its Evolv Sound Mini speakers, alongside an airflow variant of its Eclipse P300, and a new 120mm liquid-cooling Distribution plate.
AMD CEO Lisa Su may have confirmed that Big Navi is coming in a question-and-answer session at CES 2020.
MediaTek announced the 7nm Dimensity 800 SoC that features a built-in 5G modem, a 2.4 TOPS AI processing unit and an octa-core CPU with four A76 cores clocked at 2GHz.
Alienware unveiled Concept UFO at CES 2020. It’s a handheld gaming PC, but we don’t know the specs yet.
At 1000R, the MSI Optix MAG342CQR will be one of the curviest gaming monitors ever, and the MSI Optix MEG381CQR has a bonus OLED screen on its bottom bezel. We go hands-on.
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