CES 2020: AMD's 4000 series mobile CPUs, a $4000 processor that spanks a $20,000 CPU, gaming monitors, Hz vs. FPS, Linedoc's excellent upgrade for your MacBook, and Lenovo's Fold X1 foldable PC. All that and much more with Sebastian Peak and Patrick Norton on This Week in Computer Hardware, episode 548!
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- CES 2020: AMD ANNOUNCES ZEN 2 RYZEN 4000 MOBILE PROCESSORS
- CES 2020: 64-CORE THREADRIPPER 3990X ARRIVING FEBRUARY AT $3,990
- CES 2020: INTEL TOUTS UP TO 2X GRAPHICS JUMP FOR TIGER LAKE, DL BOOST IN ADOBE CREATIVE APPS
- Intel’s Horseshoe Bend concept is a look at the future of foldable PCs
- CES 2020: LENOVO ANNOUNCES THE WORLD’S FIRST FOLDABLE PC, THE THINKPAD X1 FOLD
- NVIDIA Brings the Future into Focus at CES 2020
- CES 2020: ASUS ANNOUNCES THE DUAL GEFORCE RTX 2070 MINI
- CES 2020: MSI ANNOUNCES MEG AEGIS TI5 GAMING DESKTOP AND RTX 2080 TI LIGHTNING ANNIVERSARY EDITION GRAPHICS CARD
- Samsung’s Odyssey G9 curved gaming monitor is a 49-inch QLED monster
- The first 360 Hz gaming monitor is a display for the 1%
- CES 2020: ASUS ANNOUNCES THE PORTABLE ZENSCREEN MB16ACE AND TUF GAMING VG27AQL1A DISPLAY
- Cooler Master has a NUC PC case that’s bigger than Intel’s but smaller than Razer’s
- Hands on: Samsung Sero TV review
- Sonos sues Google for allegedly stealing smart speaker tech