We attended NVIDIA's Play the Future event expecting a new mobile GPU, but what we got instead was a desktop GPU that's now also a 'mobile' GPU. More details inside!
IFA is Europe's biggest and most important tech show, and here are the 8 coolest and most important new devices that were unveiled this year.
Aftershock is one of the first notebook manufacturers in the world to release a machine powered by Intel's new sixth generation Skylake processor. What's new about Skylake? And is it worth the wait and upgrade? Join us as we check out the engineering sample that was sent to us.
NVIDIA is going after Dota 2 and LoL players with the GeForce GTX 950. In fact, it has designed the GeForce GTX 950 to deliver more than just high frame rates in these games. Here's a look at how it's doing that.
Even though Skylake was only officially launched just days ago, several brands have wasted no time in getting Skylake-powered devices out in the market. Here are the ones we saw at Comex 2015 and yes, you can buy one home now!
While other hardware manufacturers are still gearing up to announce their new Skylake machines, Aftershock's beaten them all to the punch with their unveiling of their new machines powered by Intel's new Skylake processors. Find out which models get refreshed inside.
Logitech's newest keyboard with their proprietary Romer-G switches is here - now in a more compact package. Is the G310 Atlas Dawn as good a keyboard as the bigger G910 Orion Spark? Find out in our review!
The Linksys EA8500 MaxStream AC2600 MU-MIMO Smart Wi-Fi router is the first router to support MU-MIMO technology out of the box. Why is MU-MIMO important and can it deliver on its promises? We find out.
ASRock has taken the wraps off its Intel Z170 motherboards at a launch event for power users and the media. The new boards span a wide range, with models that will cater to both mainstream users and enthusiasts.
Targeted at gamers, the ADATA XPG SX930 is one of the first drives to use JMicron's new JMF670H controller. It also has something ADATA calls Enterprise-grade MLC NAND flash. What is it exactly and does the JMicron controller have the necessary chops to make it in this competitive space?