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CES 2021: A Look at Where the Chips Lie

Though we're excited to hear about the new computers, monitors, phones, and tablets to come out of the Consumer Electronics Show, we can't forget to put the spotlight on the technology powering these devices. Here's a closer look at the processor chips and graphics cards that were unveiled at this year's show, how they help Intel and AMD stand up against ARM's M1 chip for Apple, and everything else you need to know.

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