In a pared-down virtual CES 2021, there were still more than a few exciting new products announced. Here’s the best of what we saw.
Razer's eRacing simulator concept is the most realistic driving sim I've ever seen, and I tried it here at CES 2020.
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.
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.
IBM announced at CES 2020 that it's taught its Watson artificial intelligence how to evaluate the potential effectiveness of marketing materials.