Nearly identical to Skylake ones
Picture of retail boxes for Intel's upcoming 7th generation Core Kaby Lake CPUs have found its way online showing that Intel won't change much, at least when it comes to packaging.
5-incher with curved body and rear dual-camera setup
Huawei has unveiled its love for curves by announcing the Honor Magic smartphone, with 5.09-inch AMOLED QHD screen, curved glass front and back, Kirin 950 SoC and rear dual-camera setup.
With dual fan cooling setup
Zotac has unveiled its newest Geforce 1070 Mini graphics card which features a shorter PCB as well as a dual-fan cooler.
Intel Kaby Lake CPUs and Nvidia GTX 1050 GPU
Dell has accidentally revealed its upcoming XPS 15 notebook update that will be getting a fresh hardware boost with Intel's Kaby Lake CPUs, Nvidia Geforce GTX 1050 GPU, fingerprint scanner, Windows Hello and Killer Wi-Fi networking.
The Radeon Software Crimson ReLive 16.12.2
AMD has released its first 16.12.2 update for the recently released Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition drivers, which will bring a decent list of fixed issues.
Full-length light bar
G.Skill has announced its newest Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory modules and kits that will combine a full-length RGB light bar with its recognizable Trident Z heatspreader design.
Downclock the GPU in portable mode
There have been plenty of rumors regarding Nintendo's upcoming Switch console that should be unveiled in March 2017, and it looks like we are looking at pretty much the same specifications as the Shield Android TV console, with a few more features.
Single-slot GTX 1070 with blower-style cooler
Judging from a couple of leaked pictures it appears that Galax is working on what could easily be the most powerful single-slot graphics card up to date, the slim Geforce GTX 1070.
Bundle with GTX 1060, an SSD, 450W PSU and a game
Nvidia has launched a rather interesting PC Gaming Revival Kit, which bundles a graphics card, an SSD, a 450W PSU, a game and a t-shirt, all packed in a neat box and promises to "transform your computer into a real Gaming PC".
Does not sound good for Nvidia
The latest patch for Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's The Division game has given a decent performance boost to DirectX 12 capable graphics cards and it does not look good for Nvidia GPUs as their GPUs still work better on DirectX 11.