We’re back and kicking off the new year! Did you miss us? Well, we missed you (sort of). Join us as we go though more CES PC hardware news and discussion than should likely be allowed. From all your favorite companies—AMD, Intel, Nvidia, Asus and more—come the craziest and coolest new tech, as told by Scott and his crack CES team.
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Throwback: our 2010 CES docu-podcast – Read more
Nvidia’s Tegra X1 SoC has 8 CPU cores, Maxwell graphics – Read more
Nvidia shows Tegra X1-based cockpit, driver-assist computers for cars – Read more
Intel’s Broadwell-U arrives aboard 15W, 28W mobile processors – Read more
Cherry Trail shipping, first systems due in 1H’15 – Read more
Intel unveils button-sized Curie module for wearables – Read more
AMD’s Carrizo will face off with Broadwell-U, won’t land in desktops – Read more
$105 unlocked Kaveri quad coming to FM2+ – Read more
Acer’s new G-Sync monitor laced with IPS goodness – Read more
Asus’ IPS gaming monitors come in 120Hz, 4K G-Sync flavors – Read more
Asus’ MG279Q display melds IPS panel, variable refresh – Read more
Asus’ next jumbo 4K monitor will be ”way cheaper” – Read more
Five display makers now have FreeSync panels on the way – Read more
Here’s 240-FPS footage of AMD’s FreeSync tech—and some new info – Read more
Cherry’s RealKey tech promises uber-responsive, ghost-free keyboards – Read more
Rat Pro gaming mouse has swappable sensor, analog side scrolling – Read more
Asus’ Transformer Book Chi family goes up to 12.5” and 2560×1440 – Read more
Asus’ Core M-powered ZenBook is coming in Q1 – Read more
Cooler Master’s ”kinetic” engine turns rotating heatsink into a fan – Read more
That’s all, folks! We’ll see you on the next episode.