The new Yoga C940 introduced at IFA now comes with discrete Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 graphics, making it great for productivity, gaming, and creative work.
Need a new monitor? These newly announced monitors that promise bright screens, color accurate displays, and responsive performance are some of the best we've encountered and seen in Berlin from the IFA 2019 tech show.
Asus's expanded lineup of ProArt PCs is designed to take on Apple's Mac Pro, MacBook Pro, and Pro Display XDR.
Acer's Predator Triton 500 will help satiate your need for speed, especially when it comes to fast action games.
Acer's ConceptD Pro series of notebooks may be targeted at creative professionals, but they're also great for data science and even gaming.
The all-new refreshed Stealth gaming laptops feature Intel's 10th-generation Ice Lake processors under the hood. Higher-end models will also boast an optional GTX 1650 graphics card.
With a Mercury White model featuring Intel Iris Plus graphics, as well as a refreshed model with the GTX 1650 graphics card, Razer is taking the Stealth 13 lineup places it has never gone before.
Ahead of the IFA show in Berlin, Lenovo unveiled its new Chromebook lineup featuring bold colors, clamshell and convertible form factors, and Intel processors.
Lenovo updated its Yoga convertible PC lineup with a trio of new models: The Yoga C930, Yoga S730, and Yoga C630 WOC. The Yoga C630 WOC is the newest addition and features a Snapdragon processor and 25 hours of battery life.
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If you're looking for a monitor upgrade, Samsung's CJ79 doesn't disappoint. The 34-inch panel uses Samsung's QLED tech and comes with an ultrawide aspect ratio. It also claims to be the first with Thunderbolt 3.
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