At CES 2018, Corsair announced its first wirelessly charged mouse, the Dark Core RGB SE, and wireless charging mouse pad, the MM1000 Qi.
Maingear went to CES 2018 armed with a new flagship F131 desktop gaming PC that has been redesigned from the ground up to be the “Apex” of custom liquid cooling.
Project Linda is a “dumb” clamshell laptop concept that uses the computing power of the Razer Phone as both the heart of the system and in place of the touchpad.
Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich took the stage to deliver the opening CES 2018 keynote during a challenging time for not only his company, but also himself.
Lenovo joined the external graphics enclosure party at CES 2018, revealing a new Thunderbolt 3-powered graphics dock with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 inside.
Today, at CES, HTC introduced the Vive Pro, a new VR HMD which features updated display panels that produce a crisper, clearer image. It also offers support for Valve’s updated tracking system.
MSI announced a new Mini-ITX motherboard specifically designed for enthusiasts building small form factor, AMD-based systems.
CEVA announced the new NeuPro AI processors for embedded devices ranging from wearables to connected cars, with a performance starting at 2 TOPS and reaching 12.5 TOPS.
SilverStone enhanced its affordable Essential Strider PSU line with three new members, featuring a semi-modular cable design, 80 PLUS Gold efficiency, and high power density.
Leading up to CES 2018, ASRrock has announced its intentions to showcase a pair of new Micro ATX motherboards and a small form factor PC at the show.
Mad Catz, a company known for weird but fun (and often expensive) gaming peripherals, is back from bankruptcy. (Insert nine lives pun here.)
Dell unveiled its newest version of the XPS 13 laptop, touting a new thermal design, an even thinner and lighter chassis, and Intel 8th generation processors.
The latest addition to Samsung's line of curved displays features Thunderbolt 3 connectivity and, according to the company, is designed for entertainment and business audiences.
If you are in the market for a mid-tower ATX chassis with a tempered glass side panel, the In-Win 305 might be right up your alley.
Asus won the race to build a smartphone that supports both Google Tango and Google Daydream VR. And it has rather extreme specs.
Patriot entered the gaming peripherals market last year with a keyboard, mouse, and headset. It’s now added two more keyboards to the pile.
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