Can you build an 8th-generation Intel machine with discrete graphics for under four Benjamins? Yep.
Asus' ROG Swift PG27UQ hits you with a kitchen sink of features including 4K resolution, HDR, and 144Hz refresh rates.
You can significantly improve your laptop PC's performance by adding RAM, especially if you're running a 64-bit version of Windows.
Razer's redesigned Blade features a Core i7-8750H, vapor chamber cooling, and GTX 1060 graphics, while claiming to be the smallest 15-inch laptop in town.
The Core X external GPU case will take up to a 3-slot wide GPU, provide up to 100 watts over Thunderbolt 3 for charging, and cost just $299.
Intel and Micron said they're shipping the world's first QLC (Quad-Level Cell) NAND dies to customers, which will enable higher-capacity SSD drives.
HP's Spectre x360 15 sets a new performance bar for mainstream laptops, thanks to its Kaby Lake-G CPU. See what this marriage with Radeon RX Vega can do in our review.
The GS65 Stealth Thin features a 6-core Core i7, VR-ready graphics yet still weights just 4 lbs.
The Lenovo Mirage Solo is the the best standalone VR headset today and here's why
BenQ's ScreenBar is a "desk lamp" that runs off of USB and doesn't use a lick of desk space.
Dell's State of Gaming survey of 5,763 PC gamers from 11 countries yields this shocking revelation: PC gamers are people, too.
AMD's Combat Crates should help get Radeon cards into PC gamers hands instead of cryptocurrency miners.
No, AMD won't give you a free chip, but it it will loan you one to help update your BIOS to support its new 2nd-gen Ryzen CPUs and APUs.
Intel's new 8th-gen CPUs don't necessarily mean lower prices for older gaming laptops, but you'll get more for your money with new budget hardware.
AMD's 2nd-gen Ryzen 7 2700X puts the squeeze on Intel's 8th-gen Coffee Lake CPUs.
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