MSI’s Creator 17 miniLED overs over 1000 nits of brightness in its content creation machine.
CES 2020 officially kicked off with big announcements from Intel and AMD and plenty of hardware from other companies.
IBM announced at CES 2020 that it's taught its Watson artificial intelligence how to evaluate the potential effectiveness of marketing materials.
The White House reportedly plans to reveal new guidelines covering the federal government's regulation of artificial intelligence technologies at CES 2020.
Known for VR headsets with up to 8K resolution, Pimax is finally releasing an entry-level offering in the Artisan.
The Nreal Light MR glasses offer a familiar, yet wild, experience by displaying native Android apps in AR at 1,000 nits.
Bluetooth SIG announced the "next generation of Bluetooth audio," the fittingly named LE Audio, at CES 2020.
After several leaks, Intel revealed the NUC 9 Ghost Canyon Extreme Kit and Compute Element at CES 2020.
The Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop uses Intel’s Compute Element in a 10-Liter case with a full-sized GPU.
Razer is teasing the next generation of Blade laptops with 300 Hz displays and some new Intel processors.
Intel’s Compute Element meets a 2080 Super in Cyberpower’s Nox Mini PC, wrapped inside a white (or black) Cooler Master-designed case.
The MasterLiquid Vivid has a 320 x 240 color LED screen that can show the fan speed, temperature or even a movie.
Cooler Master showed of early samples of the popular Spawn gaming mouse, which it will relaunch this year.
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