Nvidia's new RTX Studio laptops ship with everything a content creator needs to start making videos or games.
Qualcomm has teamed up with Lenovo to put together the world's first 5G always-connected PC.
Qualcomm announces "Project Limitless," a design win with Lenovo that uses its Snapdragon 8cx chip. Qualcomm also releases benchmarks to prove that the 8cx outperforms an older Intel Core i5.
In a question-and-answer session with reporters following her Computex keynote, AMD CEO Lisa Su addresses questions concerning Threadripper, Huawei, and ray tracing.
Speaking at their Computex press conference, AMD CEO Dr Lisa Su talked up the rising adoption of their second-generation Ryzen Mobile CPUs.
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ARM announces its new Cortex-A77 processor and Mali-G77 GPU at Computex, together with a new Machine Learning core designed for object detection by smartphone cameras.
AMD launches an amazingly cost-effective Ryzen 9 and Ryzen 7 at Computex, reveals more details on its "Navi" GPU architecture, and beats Intel and Nvidia to PCIe 4.0.
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HyperX have officially joined the likes of Logitech and Razer, introducing a new gaming keyboard with their own proprietary key-switches.
Intel supplies benchmarks to prove that the upcoming Gen11 graphics integrated in Ice Lake chip are worth buying for their gaming performance.
Intel announces the Core i9-990KS, which will vie for the crown of best gaming processor with its ability to scale to 5GHz across all cores.
TCL have officially launched their BlackBerry Key2 series of smartphones into the Australian market via Amazon.
Although they fumble some of the finer details, Nokia’s first set of true wireless earbuds are surprisingly good.
Nvidia begins building hype around a mysterious new product.
Gaming laptops are traditionally full of compromises. They can pack so much power chassis become oversized and unwieldy, and generate so much heat performance gets throttled to facilitate cooling. When these issues are mitigated, you can be left with a laptop which is just not very good at gaming.
Gaming laptops are traditionally full of compromises.
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