Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
First, GPU miners sent AMD Radeon graphics card prices skyrocketing. Now Nvidia's GeForce cards are getting expensive, too.
The first Radeon Vega graphics card is here, and the Frontier Edition isn't cheap.
Dell's Alienware gets a lock onThreadripper for 2017, shutting out HP, Lenovo and other major rivals. Boutique vendors and DIYers will get access.
The $60 A10 headset is for folks who want Astro quality and can't afford $200 A40s.
Creative Labs' Sound BlasterX AE-5 brings a beefy 32-bit DAC to this sound card made for gamers.
AMD's long-teased Radeon FreeSync 2 technology makes its debut in Samsung's swanky CHG70 and CHG90 displays.
With a removable microphone, a sleeker fit, and a variety of colors, Logitech's G433 headset is one you can wear on the street without shame.
HP's Omen X Compact Desktop was purely a VR backpack PC in a past life, but for this generation, HP is emphasizing its desktop side.
HP's Omen Desktop is upping its game, shedding the old, boring box with "gaming facade stapled on" for a bigger, faster, and slicker design that's better-equipped for serious gameplay.
Vega's not coming for two more months and Ethereum miners have driven the Radeon RX 570 and RX 580 off store shelves.
Your wireless mouse will never go dead again, as Corsair unveils a Concept Zeus mousepad with built-in Qi inductive charging—and a mouse to take advantage of it.
Asus, HP, and Lenovo plan to bring Windows 10 to devices running on ARM Snapdragon processors. But the future devices have a lot to prove.
AMD's hotly anticipated Radeon RX Vega graphics cards won't launch until the Siggraph conference rolls around at the end of July.
Intel's answer to AMD's Threadripper are new Core i9 and Core i7 X-series chips with new overclocking capabilities and a brand-new chipset.
Speed-boosting Optane Memory appeared in the lineup of Asus VivoBooks at Computex in Taipei, along with aluminum construction and loads of options.