With 4K G-Sync panels running at 144Hz
Nvidia is following AMD closely at CES 2017 show and has announced its own Nvidia G-Sync HDR, developed in cooperation with AU Optronics.
X370, B350 and A320 ready for Ryzen and Bristol Ridge
AMD has officially announced its newest socket AM4 motherboards that will be based on X370, B350 and A320 chipset and support its new Ryzen CPUs and the upcoming Bristol Ridge APUs.
Nvidia shows it running on GTX 1080
Earlier today, Bioware announced the official launch date for Mass Effect: Andromeda, which will be coming to the Playstation 4, the Xbox One and the PC on March 21st in North America and March 23rd in Europe.
Coming to notebooks with higher clocks
Although we have already had most of the details thanks to an earlier leak, Nvidia has now officially unveiled its new mainstream notebook GPUs, the Geforce GTX 1050 Ti Mobile and the GTX 1050 Mobile.
Coming in 2TB and 1TB versions
Although it is not as small as some flash drives around, the new Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte (GT) comes in impressive 2TB and 1TB capacities.
No details but it runs Star Wars Battlefront
Although the big event is scheduled to start in about 16 hours, AMD already has a running system with Ryzen CPU and Vega GPU at the CES 2017 show floor.
1440 per eye and built-in motion tracking
Lenovo brought plenty of new products to CES 2017 show in Las Vegas but its VR headset prototype certainly drew a lot of attention with its specifications and built-in motion tracking.
Impressively thin looks and good specifications
Dell has kicked off the CES 2017 show with an XPS 13 2-in-1 notebook but the new 27-inch Ultrathin monitor with InfinityEdge technology has certainly caught a lot of attention on the show floor.
Bringing smooth HDR to monitors
Just a few hours after the initial leak, AMD officially unveiled the new FreeSync 2 technology, that promises to improve performance and bring better compatibility to HDR monitors.
Makes it a 2-in-1 convertible device
Just a few hours after it has been leaked online via Dell's own product page, the company has officially announced the new XPS 13 notebook, which has now become a 2-in-1 convertible device that can be used in standard notebook-, tablet-, stand- and tent modes.