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Sprint To Offer 5G PCs With Intel Next Year
With 5G networks set to be commercialized by next year, it’s only a matter of time before 5G computers are widely available and Intel wants to make sure that it’s there when that happens. The company announced at Computex 2018 today that it has teamed up with Sprint to start selling 5G PCs in the carrier’s stores from 2019. Sprint customers will be able to purchase 5G PCs powered by […]

Intel Teases A 28-Core Processor That It's Launching This Year
Intel’s showstopper at Computex last year was its 18-core, 36-thread Intel i9-7980XE and while it wasn’t quite the showstopper this year, Intel teased a new 28-core single-socket chip that it’s going to launch later this year. Intel’s client computing head Gregory Bryant revealed at Computex that Intel is going to launch a 5GHz single-socket processor with a staggering 28-cores this year.

ASUS Unveils Colorful New VivoBook S Laptops
In case the sombre nature of the ASUS Zenbook S isn’t up your alley, you’ll be pleased to learn that ASUS has other laptops that they announced at Computex 2018. One of which is the ASUS VivoBook S which will be offered in either a 15.6-inch display or if you wanted something slightly more portable, a 14-inch display.

ASUS Zenbook S Laptop Announced With Unique Hinge Design
Laptops come in all shapes and sizes and sometimes the design of the laptop is more than just its aesthetics. ASUS might just be trying to prove their point with the launch of the ASUS Zenbook S that was recently announced at Computex 2018. What makes this laptop unique is in its hinge design.


Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 PC Processor LaunchedEditor's Pick
At Computex 2018, Qualcomm has announced Snapdragon 850, a processor and platform dedicated to Windows 10. Snapdragon 850 will be the technological foundation for upcoming Always-Connected PCs, continuing the trend launched by laptops such as the Lenovo Miix 630, Asus NovaGo and the HP Envy X2.

ASUS ROG Delta Gaming Headset Features A Built-In Quad-DAC
ASUS has launched a handful of new products at Computex 2018 today and the ROG Delta Type-C gaming headset is one of them. While the headset adopts the USB Type-C standard for futureproofing, it ships with a Type-A adapter so that the headset is backward compatible with legacy USB ports. Perhaps the biggest selling point of this new headset is its built-in quad-DAC.

ASUS ROG Phone Has Been Developed For Mobile Gamers
Popular titles like PUBG and Fortnite have given a new life to mobile gaming which has resulted in more and more smartphone manufacturers coming out with their very own gaming smartphones. ASUS has jumped on that bandwagon today as well with the launch of its ROG Phone at Computex 2018. This is the company’s first smartphone that has been built specifically for mobile gaming.

ASUS ZenFone 4, ZenFone 4 Pro Announced
At the end of July, ASUS confirmed that they would be holding an event in which they will officially announce their next flagship smartphone in the form of the ASUS ZenFone 4. For those who are curious about the handset, wonder no more as ASUS has officially taken the wraps off the phone during Computex 2017 in Taiwan.

Ubergizmo's Best of Computex 2017
Another Computex comes to an end, and once again, there are a flurry of great announcements and products related to the PC industry and derivatives such as VR/AR and Gaming. We have run around to check as many things as we could (check our Computex 2017 coverage), but we didn’t stray too far from our normal regimen of laptops and key components such as CPUs and GPUS.We’ve compiled this list (no […]

Gigabyte Brix Gaming Is A Mini-PC For Gamers
Would you like to have a machine that can let you indulge in PC gaming without cluttering up your workspace? Gigabyte has just the thing for you. The company has unveiled the Brix Gaming at Computex 2017 in Taiwan. It’s a mini-PC that doesn’t look all that different from conventional mini-PCs, but it’s meant for gamers, so it has that going for it.

ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ Monitor Is Meant For Serious Gamers
ASUS has come out with an impressive new monitor today that’s part of the company’s Republic of Gamers brand. That itself is enough to signify that this product is meant for those who take PC gaming seriously. The ROG Swift PG35VQ is a 35 inch curved Quantum Dot LCD panel at 21:9 ultra-wide aspect ratio that boasts a maximum resolution of 3,440×1,440 pixel resolution with support for High Dynamic Range […]

Microsoft Shows Off Mixed Reality Headsets From Dell, ASUS And Lenovo
Microsoft recently revealed that HP, Dell, ASUS, Acer, and Lenovo will all be making Windows Mixed Reality headsets. The company is revealing more information about a couple of those headsets at Computex 2017. It has provided more details about the mixed reality headsets that ASUS, Dell, and Lenovo have in the pipeline.

Snapdragon 835 PCs Being Developed By HP, ASUS, And Lenovo
Microsoft confirmed late last year that it was bringing Windows desktop apps to mobile ARM processors. The company was making another attempt at bringing over the Windows experiences to devices powered by ARM processors, the kind of chips that you’d find in a smartphone. It confirmed back then that Windows 10 on ARM was made possible due to a partnership with Qualcomm so it’s not surprising to hear that the […]

Qualcomm Mesh Network Reference Design at Computex
Recently I have heard of many industry research projects which revealed that satisfactory WiFi connectivity remains of the of most common problems for the average user. It might be shocking at first, but problems such as range, line of sight and interference are very easy to find in the real world. That’s why Qualcomm has led the WiFi industry towards Mesh Networking which brings a lot of technologies from the […]