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Asus preps new PCIe, USB, and integrated audio solutions
All has been quiet on the Xonar front, but that's set to change early this year. Asus is prepping a couple of new audio...
Psyko Audio Labs reveals new surround-sound headsets
About a year ago, we got our first taste of Psyko Audio's unique 5.1-channel PC gaming headset. Rather than using signal processing to...
Antec plans to get into the audio business
Enthusiasts may associate the Antec name with power supplies, enclosures, fans, and those neat noise-dampening panels on P-series cases. But high-end computer speaker setups? Believe...
Asus CES booth tour covers notebooks, nettops, speakers, mobos, and more
Visiting Asus' booth at a trade show is always an experience. The company makes, well, just about everything. At the Consumer Electronics Show,...
Asus unveils HDMI-equipped Xonar HDAV1.3 sound cards
In a radical departure from its wave of Eee PC-related releases, Asus has just announced a new addition to its line of Xonar sound cards....
|Qualcomm shows progress on 5G mobile broadband||16|
|ROG Strix X370-I and B350-I are itty-bitty boards for Ryzen builds||12|
|Samsung foundry train stops at 8-nm LPP before heading to EUV||14|
|Wednesday deals: a Ryzen combo, mechanical keyboards, and storage||9|
|RX Vega prices inch downward in our latest graphics-card spot check||28|
|HP ZBook x2 detachable is a consummate professional||8|
|NZXT Grid+ v3 keeps PCs quiet with machine learning||9|
|Razer's Blade Stealth and Core V2 step to the cutting edge||14|
|Intel unveils purpose-built Neural Network Processor for deep learning||19|
|Honestly can't see the point of Vega64 for gamers. It's a power-hungry compute monster that barely outperforms Vega56 and no matter how much you overc...||+15|