Our Q&A with Framework's CEO might convince you that an upgradeable laptop might finally happen.
Fry’s Electronics, with its bright lights and endless aisles of technology, was a pilgrimage for PC nerds, a bonding experience, and a place for the tribe to gather. All of the stores closed as of February 24, 2021, marking the end of an era.
AMD will debut its latest Radeon RX 6000 graphics card to dejected and beaten-down gamers next week. Tight inventories have made it nearly impossible to buy even older Radeon cards.
Intel has test results that show the 11th-gen Rocket Lake outpacing Ryzen 9 5950X in PCMark 10.
Lenovo's spring ThinkPad lineup features a choice of Intel’s 11th-gen Core or AMD Ryzen 5000 CPUs, plus better webcams and taller screens in some versions. The laptops will ship over the next few months.
The Gigabyte Aorus 17G gaming laptop looks like it should be loud, but it’s not. It brings awesome GeForce RTX 3080 performance with an arguably small sacrifice.
One system vendor reported that Ryzen 5000 chips are failing at a high rate. Our sources and others suggest the problem is isolated.
The NZXT H1 case has a formal recall against it for fire hazard. H1 owners are advised to stop using the case until they obtain a repair kit.
Considering a GeForce 30-series Laptop or desktop? Here's what you need to think about first.
Major motherboard maker Asus apparently got sick of dropping tiny metal screws while installing an SSD in a PC, and has brought in a simple plastic retention clip.
The 2021 Paviliion x360's feature Intel 11th gen CPUs and will save almost 400,000 pounds in coal burning.
Have you fallen down the rabbit hole of being a hardware stalker, fan or stan? Here's how to tell.
Intel just clapped back with a carefully crafted takedown of Apple's Arm-based M1 chip. Let's review the claims, one by one.
What your laptop needs is more RGB, and Razer's new laptop stand and Thunderbolt 4 dock deliver it in spades.
How can you tell whether a RTX 30-series gaming laptop is using Nvidia's higher-power "Max-P" GPU, or the lower-power "Max-Q" version? It's not easy, but we have some tips for figuring it out.