And then there were two (ish).
Microsoft and Intel show "significant slowdown" in performance after applying Meltdown and Spectre patches to Windows PCs.
During the opening of this year's CES show, Riotoro debuted its fresh Enigma G2 line based on the highly successful Seasonic Focus platform, which combines good performance and affordable pricing schemes.
CES 2018 kicked off with presentations from Intel, AMD, and Nvidia, as well as big announcements for the VR industry.
During CES 2018, TPCast revealed the upcoming second generation of the company’s wireless VR system. The new device, dubbed TPCast Plus, is an all-around improved product that should put to rest the complaints about the original model.
After starting to issue the Meltdown and Spectre patch, Microsoft announces that it will halt the Windows update to some AMD systems until it figures out what's making them unbootable.
Lenovo revealed the upcoming Mirage Camera, a point-and-shoot VR camera powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC. The new device supports Google’s YouTube VR180 platform, Google Photos, and the Google Daydream VR platform.
Lenovo finally released the details of its standalone Daydream VR headset. Before today, we knew only that the headset was in development, but we have the name, specifications, price tag, and release window.
A small company called Adshir promises to bring ray tracing to AR, thus significantly increasing the quality of the images we see.
At CES 2018, PowerColor announced a new ThunderBolt 3 external GPU called the Gaming Station.
Intel's senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group at Intel Corporation, Gregory Bryant, announced at an early event at the company's booth that it is shipping 10nm products.
HumanEyes introduced a new version of its Vuze VR camera called the Vuze+, which includes improved lenses, better audio capture hardware, and stronger dust and water protection. The Vuze+ is also capable of livestreaming.
At CES 2018, Corsair announced a wireless version of its K63 tenkeyless mechanical keyboard and a new lap board accessory for it.
At CES 2018, Corsair announced its first wirelessly charged mouse, the Dark Core RGB SE, and wireless charging mouse pad, the MM1000 Qi.
Maingear went to CES 2018 armed with a new flagship F131 desktop gaming PC that has been redesigned from the ground up to be the “Apex” of custom liquid cooling.
Project Linda is a “dumb” clamshell laptop concept that uses the computing power of the Razer Phone as both the heart of the system and in place of the touchpad.
We saw some talk of wirelessly charged mice in 2017, but the Razer Mamba Hyperflux doesn’t have a battery--it’s wireless powered, not charged.
Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich took the stage to deliver the opening CES 2018 keynote during a challenging time for not only his company, but also himself.
Oculus announced that it formed a strategic partnership Xiaomi and Qualcomm to bring affordable standalone VR to the worldwide market. Xiaomi singed on to build the Snapdragon-powered Oculus Go headset, and it will make a Xiaomi-branded clone for China.
Lenovo joined the external graphics enclosure party at CES 2018, revealing a new Thunderbolt 3-powered graphics dock with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 inside.