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.
Asus decides to offer its awesome ROG Flow X13 with ala carte options
The 3-pound MacBook Pro with its M1 has made a splash with its performance. We face it off against the 3-pound Asus ROG Flow X13 with its Ryzen 5000 CPU.
The latest data shows the impact of tariffs, how much Core i9-10900K dropped, and which brands of GeForce cards scalpers are hitting hardest.
Intel will sell a discrete desktop GPU aimed at mainstream users and small businesses.
Nvidia’s new GeForce RTX 30-series laptops offer very impressive graphics performance, even compared to some of the biggest and heaviest laptops around.
AMD’s new Ryzen 5000 is a powerful mobile CPU. We test it first in the Asus ROG FLow X13, a 13-inch, 3-pound convertible laptop that hammers competitors weighing twice as much.
AMD is gaining share in gaming laptops, but Intel continues to dominate, while Nvidia rules them all.
Can you run an 11th gen CPU in an older Z490 board or run a 10th gen chip in a new Z590 mobo? We find out when we talk to Juan Jose Guerrero of Asus.
AMD's Robert Hallock answers our questions about the new Ryzen 5000 laptop CPU.
Would Nvidia make graphics cards just for cryptocurrency miners? As GPU supplies remain lean, Nvidia's CFO considers priorities.
Gigabyte's Aero and Aorus get new hardware, while the G- and A-series will appeal to those on a budget
Brandt Guttridge, Intel’s senior director of the Desktop Products Group, appears on The Full Nerd to answer questions about 11th-gen Core, Rocket Lake S, and desktop gaming.
AMD's Dr. Lisa Su talks about increasing supply, what Apple's M1 means for the chip industry, and how 16- and 64-cores aren't the end for CPUs.