With an estimated launch price of $499, AverMedia's Live Gamer Bolt is the world’s first 4K HDR external game capture box capable of capturing at 240FPS.
HyperX's new Cloud Alpha S gaming headset improves on the formula, adding virtual surround sound and physical sliders to adjust the bass.
Made to work with a PlayStation, XBox or Nintendo box, this 31.5-inch display has a place to charge your controllers to go with its sharp, colorful images.
Thanks to its Cherry low-profile switches, the Cooler Master CK620 is small enough to fit in a handbag.
With its unique resolution and picture-by-picture mode, this sleek monitor can act as two side-by-side displays in Windows.
This upcoming desktop has svelte dimensions, but packs up to a GTX 1080 Ti GPU and room for four storage drives.
Asus's Republic of Gamers (ROG) smartphone sports high-end specs, a 6-inch, 90Hz AMOLED screen, and optional accessories that turn it to a portable gaming console.
Zotac had plenty of new wares on display at its booth at Computex, including new Zbox-branded mini PCs, a pocket-sized PC, and a new line of desktop systems.
The Asus G11DF is the company's first AMD Ryzen-powered gaming desktop, featuring an inviting $699 starting price and support for up to an Nvidia GTX 1080.
Corsair's Concept Zeus mouse solves a big wireless gaming mouse problem by offering cord-free charging.
Asus' ROG Strix Fusion headset lights up as part of Aura Sync, and can match wirelessly with your entire esports team.
Intel's Core i9 and X-Series CPUs are the company's pinnacle of performance, ready for gamers, creators and anyone else who needs incredible amounts of power.
Intel’s Gregory Bryant showed off Intel’s plans for the future of data driven computing and powerful personal computers.
Asus showed off the Zen AiO ZN242 at Computex in Taipei this week. This is essentially a refresh of current 24-inch designs.
Soon, third-party devices such as HTC's Vive will be able to run the same Windows Holo apps that power Microsoft's Hololens. Could less expensive headsets be on the way?
Here's the best tech we saw on day 1 of Computex 2015, from sleek smartwatches to super-powerful all-in-ones.
ASUS' prototype 28-inch monitor displays stunning, glasses-free 3D that's so sharp your 3D glasses may soon be obsolete.
Today's Computex gems include a prototype tablet powered by a low-power Intel CPU, an uber-affordable suite of gaming peripherals, and a one-of-a-kind external monitor.
A comfortable gaming experience doesn't have to cost a fortune. Gaming peripheral maker ThermalTake unveiled its latest series of ESports branded mechanical keyboards and gaming mice that will start at $19.99 and be available in July. We ha
The full list of hot new tech from Computex 2014 includes a cheap competitor to Google Glass and a new 4K gaming rig.
Asia's largest tech show could be even more exciting than CES with new wearable computers, tiny PCs and next-generation CPUs making their first appearances this week in Taiwan.
You can practically hear the trees cry out for mercy as you survey journalists going through stacks of documents
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