Lenovo’s new Legion lineup starts cheap thanks to new RTX 3050 and RTX 3050 Ti configurations.
Acer’s widening what it’s Predator and Nitro laptops are capable of with a broader selection of processor and GPU options.
AMD’s Ryzen 5000U CPUs are finally coming to ultraportables, and they’re raising even mid-range standards like the ZenBook up to Apple’s heights.
As we enter the Apple M1’s early days, we’re gathering everything we know about it into one convenient place.
Dell’s Inspiron line is ditching model numbers, standardizing the design, and getting a new 16 inch laptop with an RTX option.
The Eyecam is a new open-source, Raspberry Pi-powered webcam that looks more like a person than a product.
Rocket Lake might be facing some turbulence, with the i7-11700K already having a few dollars shaved off its price.
It sounds like an April Fool’s Joke, but Microsoft’s new Xbox Series X mini fridges are looking to be very real.
It's hard to get your hands on an RTX 3080, 3070, 3090 or either the RTX 3060/RTX 3060 Ti. This guide can help.
A YouTuber has received his unlocked Rocket Lake i9 chip ahead of the official launch, giving us a more in-depth look at that weird new box.
The RX 6000 series is finally here, but like other recent GPU and CPU launches, these cards are tough to find. That's why we’ve compiled a guide to help get your hands on one.
ThinkPad’s first detachable admirably brings the ThinkPad experience to a tablet-focused form factor.
Intel’s hired Apple’s old “I’m a Mac” actor to push PCs in a new series of attack ads that cement the company's new antagonistic relationship with its former partner.
Nvidia’s done the mining community’s work for it and has accidentally unlocked the RTX 3060’s anti-mining limiter.
This new Kickstarter from audio and accessory maker Movo is promising to slim down your desk real estate with a new condenser microphone that has a built-in webcam and ring light.
Google, Microsoft, Qualcomm and other Nvidia rivals and ARM customers are protesting Nvidia's purchase of ARM, according to Bloomberg.
In retribution for Apple ditching Intel processors, Intel’s put its full weight behind PC in a new “Go PC” ad campaign.