This week, Rich and João talk about the news coming from Computex 2019, including Microsoft's vision for a modern OS, Windows 10 Home Ultra, and a lot of new hardware from many companies.
Intel has exhibited a new laptop concept at Computex 2019 code-named "Honeycomb Glacier", which shows off a dual-screen design and caters to heavy task requirements for both gamers and creators.
In Microsoft's traditional partner recap for Computex, the firm also talked about its vision for a modern operating system, with seamless updates that are done in the background without interruption.
At this year's Computex, MSI unveiled the new GT76 Titan and GE65 Raider, two gaming laptops that should provide more performance than you'd need in a laptop and impressive cooling to match.
Dell today announced a range of new Inspiron laptops and all-in-ones. At the top-end, the Inspiron 15 7000 packs Intel ninth-generation processors and a GTX 1650, weighing only 3.52 pounds.
Dell today announced an upgraded range of its Precision workstation PCs, most of which include Nvidia's Quadro RTX graphics, including the mobile workstations, with up to 16GB GDDR6.
At Computex today, Dell showed off some new gaming laptops, including a new Alienware m15 and Alienware m17, which use similar thermals to the Area-51m, which has desktop processors.
Dell announced the next iteration of its XPS 15 laptop today. It's the first PC from the CPS lineup to include a 4K OLED display, and it has Intel's ninth-generation Core processors.
Dell today announced its next XPS 13 2-in-1, which packs Intel's 10th-generation 'Ice Lake' processors, replacing the low-powered Amber Lake chips, and comes with Windows 10 Home Ultra.
HP announced a range of workstations from its Z lineup at Computex today, including the new ZBook 15 and ZBook 17, which are now being offered with Nvidia's new Quadro RTX graphics.
HP made a range of announcements at Computex today, including refreshes for its commercial PC lineup. The EliteBook x360 1030 and 1040 now come with Whiskey Lake vPro CPUs, Sure View Gen3, and more.
Today at Computex, Intel formally announced its 10th-generation Core processors, codenamed Ice Lake. Designed for ultrabooks and convertibles, they're built on the new 10nm Sunny Cove architecture.
Today, Acer announced that its ConceptD 7 mobile workstation will get support for Nvidia's newly announced mobile Quadro RTX GPUs, including the 16GB Quadro RTX 5000, bringing ray tracing support.
Computex has officially kicked off, and ASUS is coming out with a few interesting announcements. The Zenbook Duo and Zenbook Duo Pro are laptops with a secondary screen for productivity.
MSI announced today its new WS65 laptop under the WS series of workstations, powered by Nvidia's Quadro RTX 5000 GPU and the 9th-gen Intel Core i9 processor. The all-new WP series is also in tow.
At Computex 2019, ASUS announced the 30th-anniversary editions of its Zenfone 6 and ZenBook laptop with some upgrades to their internals plus the luxurious enhancements to their design.
Nvidia announced at Computex 2019 today that its Turing GPUs will be used to power 25 new laptop models, 17 of which are RTX Studio laptops designed for 3D development and other intensive tasks.
AMD today announced and detailed the next generation of its 7nm CPU and GPU products, including five new processors leveraging its Zen 2 architecture and the new Radeon 5000 Navi GPU series.
Nvidia has announced real-time ray tracing support for Bethesda's upcoming title, Wolfenstein: Youngblood. The title is also being offered bundled with eligible RTX GPUs for a limited time.
In a press conference held today before Computex 2019 kicks off, Nvidia has announced its latest range of mobile workstation GPUs, featuring three new RTX-enabled solutions with up to 16GB GDDR6 RAM.
Qualcomm posted some new videos today showing off the performance of its upcoming Snapdragon 8cx Compute Platform, which is designed to compete with a U-series Intel Core i5 processor.
Lenovo and Qualcomm announced the first 5G Windows 10 PC today, built on the Snapdragon 8cx and including a Snapdragon X55 5G modem for multi-gigabit connectivity. It's called Project Limitless.
ARM today announced its next-generation CPU and GPU architectures, Cortex-A77 and Mali-G77. The new CPU promises a 20% boost in IPC performance and the new GPU uses the Valhall architecture.
Ahead of Computex today, Intel previewed some of its newest innovations, such as the Core i9-9900KS, a beast of a CPU for gamers that can run all eight cores at a max frequency of 5GHz.