CES 2021 was virtual, but the parade of PC hardware went on.
CES 2021 was virtual, but the parade of PC hardware went on regardless. Big names AMD, Intel, and Nvidia all made splashy announcements, and PC manufacturers followed in their wake with new products, many coming soon.
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Cooler, better, faster, stronger CES 2021 may be virtual, but the event still offered up a trove of PC innovations, Read more
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Activision and Infinity Ward have released a new update for Call of Duty: Warzone which incorporates DLSS support for those using Nvidia Read more
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ZOTAC has unveiled its mini-PC, albeit one that has an 8.3-litre case. Nonetheless, the ZBOX MAGNUS ONE features an Intel Read more