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Intel's Skylake chips will be released after Windows 10, and tablets, laptops and desktops will follow in quick succession
From new Intel and AMD chips to one of the most fire-breathing graphics cards ever to a crazy laser-projected mouse you have to see to believe, this is the PC gear you need to know about from Computex 2015.
Contract prices being paid by laptop and desktop manufacturers for SSDs have dropped dramatically over the past year.
Prototype of HP's Machine due next year
Acer has been focusing less on PCs, and more on enterprise and cloud products
Skylake, with its wireless charging and other advances, could be Intel's most important chip in a decade. The Asus mini-PCs offered a peek, but no firm word yet on pricing or release date.
Part of the first wave of Windows 10 devices, some of these feature biometric authentication.
A leaked product roadmap indicates double the RAM, double the storage, and a boost to Core M processors.
Thunderbolt 3 cables will plug into USB Type-C ports of Apple's 12-inch MacBook, but transfer data at USB 3.0 speeds of 5Gbps
Dell's new Inspiron 5000 desktop replacement laptops run on AMD's upcoming Carrizo chips
So long, Broadwell. Asus's new line of computers packs Skylake—including its gorgeous, iMac-like Zen AiO.
Thunderbolt's not dead. It's getting better, offer four times the data and and twice the video bandwidth of any other cable.
The Predator 8 gaming tablet has an Intel Cherry Trail chip and the Android OS.