CES 2018 officially plunged into darkness on January 10. Well, at least part of it did, for a little while.
Thermaltake launched a new gaming mouse at CES 2018, the Tt eSports Iris Optical RGB gaming mouse. It’s an entry level product that aims to provide great bang for buck performance.
Adata's XPG division didn't let us down. The company launched the new SX8200 to replace the SX800. The new drive boasts high performance and capacity.
We spotted Gigabyte's new AORUS X470 Gaming 7 WiFi motherboard here at CES 2018.
We got a semi-exclusive look at what Tesoro will be rolling out early in 2018: low-profile switch mechanical keyboards.
Phanteks made its entry into the PSU market, utilizing a high-end Seasonic platform. The PH-P1200PS model is able to power two systems at once, while the other two PSUs can be combined either together, or with a third party PSU.
SteelSeries' Rival 600 mouse is tricked out with removable weights, dual sensors, and a way to eliminate lift-off distance drift.
During CES 2018, the Central Hall and South Hall bridge meeting rooms at the Las Vegas Convention Center lost power.
Tactical Haptics revealed a VR peripheral that can be reconfigured for different game mechanics on-the-fly, so you can switch from wielding a sword, using a two-handed weapon, and driving a car, all with the same controller and without leaving VR.
Nvidia released driver updates that contain patches for the Spectre and Meltdown CPU bugs. Nvidia noted that its GPU hardware remains immune to the two flaws.
The EFF called on everyone to take action today as the House will decide whether to expand or restrict the U.S. government's mass surveillance powers.
Our team on the ground at CES 2018 got a little hands-on time with Riotoro's brand new Prism RGB full-tower and CR488 mid-tower chassis.
be quiet!, a German company well known for its silent products, released the Straight Power 11 line, consisting of six members with 80 PLUS Gold efficiency and a new design, offering better performance and increased reliability.
CES 2018 is in full swing. The big companies have made their presentations, the showfloor has opened, and the new products are being shown off to anyone who passes within a few feet of the booths that house them.
The E12 is Phison's first enthusiast-class NVMe SSD with speeds of up to 3,200 MB/s and 600,000 IOPS.
The likes of Acer, Dell, HP, and Lenovo debuted a number of updated SKUs. Some brought little to show off at CES, but others (cough, Dell and Lenovo, cough) delivered huge additions to their respective lineups.
SSD manufacturers are excited about 512Gbit NAND and emerging technologies that reduce costs and increase availability.
Digital Storm unveiled a new small form factor (SFF) gaming system called Project Spark, which leverages a micro STX motherboard and MXM graphics cards to achieve its impressively tiny footprint.
Dell revealed that all of its new consumer-grade PCs would now include a new software tool designed to give your PC the connectivity and application resources of your mobile phone.
Intel's Optane product family is expecting.