AMD fires its 7nm salvo at the laptop market and HEDT all at once.
The AMD-based A15 and A17 with Renoir CPUs will arrive in Q1, while 10th Gen Intel F15 and F17 offerings will land sometime later.
Asus’ eSports-focused GA35 and GA15 gaming desktops will launch with AMD Ryzen 3000 processors, with Intel 10th Generation options coming later in 2020.
The Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 and G15 are Asus’ flagship Ryzen 4000-series laptops, and include an optional light show in the lid.
Cooler Master revealed its first gaming monitors at CES. The GM34 is a 144Hz, 34-inch ultrawide, and the GM27 is a 165Hz 27-incher. It's also getting more into gaming chairs.
The MSI MEG Aegis Ti5 combines top-end components with a radical design, 5G support and a “Gaming Dial.”
CES 2020 is about to begin, and companies have already shared plenty of new laptops, peripherals and other products.
AMD is set to host its CES 2020 press conference on January 6 at 2pm PT (5pm ET) and you can watch it right here.
With a brushed aluminum design and powered by twin Corsair ML120 Magnetic Levitation fans, the A500 is more than capable of chilling even the most beefy of desktop processors.
Nvidia released a new CES Game Ready Driver with support for maximum frame rates, ray tracing support in new titles and additional G-Sync Compatible displays.
The Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 comes in two sizes with the latest processors and a bunch of different colors.
The Lenovo ThinkBook Plus has an E Ink screen on the lid to take notes and stay in the loop when the laptop is closed.
Lenovo’s first foldable PC, the ThinkPad X1 Fold, will launch later this year starting at $2,499 with Windows 10 Pro.