Between all our reviews and news, not to mention reader meetups, we've kinda been neglecting our front-page poll. Today, we're freshening things up with a new topic: what is your most anticipated upcoming product release?
Choices include Bay Trail tablets, such as the Transformer T100; Haswell ultrabooks, which are still largely missing in action; AMD's next top-of-the-line graphics card, the Radeon R9 290X; Valve's Steam OS and associated hardware; the next batch of tablets from Apple and Microsoft; and Windows 8.1. You can cast your vote below or on the front page.
Our last poll question asked, "Which game is the new champ of PC visuals?" A plurality of votes (39%) went to Crysis 3, with Metro: Last Light and Battlefield 3 essentially tied for second place at 11% each. The next most popular choice was Skyrim, which got 9% of the vote.
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