“I don’t think there’s any reason people would buy an Intel processor after we do this,” says AMD’s Travis Kirsch. It’s not the first time during my weekend in Los Angeles that I’ve heard such hubris,
Asus is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and as the company got its start as a motherboard maker back in 1989, it’s fitting that it presents an idea of where it sees things going in the future.
As manufacturers have focused more time and energy on maximizing the power efficiency and performance per watt of their products, it has become increasingly more common to find PCs with smaller, sleeker
UltraWide is the new 16×9 when it comes to monitors, but some companies take it to the extreme. Both Samsung and Philips offer a 32:9 49-inch monitor (behemoth, insanity, call it whatever you like), and