Chipmakers Intel, AMD and Nvidia took to the virtual stage at this week’s trade show to reveal new processors that promise to make graphics look better, load faster and improve computer performance.
“Our relationship with technology has fundamentally changed,” AMD CEO Lisa Su said during the keynote address on Tuesday. “The pandemic has leveraged technology to become an integral part of how we live, work, play and communicate, and the epicenter of all this technology is high-performance computers.”
Hardware companies Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and others have released their latest computers and connected displays that bring new chips.
For the Taiwanese company Acer, the epidemic did not interfere with the launch of a new lineup, including new laptops and displays. From worktops to projectors and monitors.
“Since Taiwan is almost not affected [by the coronavirus pandemic] And that’s our global headquarters. All product development is going very smoothly, ”said Gregg Prendergast, president of Acer Pan America. Has existed since the past June “
Acer has a major business in education, providing Chromebooks to students as well as laptops and gaming displays. Traditionally, the brand has attracted PC gamers. But it’s slowly expanding to console gamers as well, offering a new display that supports gaming on the new PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X with the best graphics.
“It depends on how some of these products do, if they start to get sticky and start selling well, we will definitely expand the portfolio,” Prendergast said.
Intel released a new processor for computers on Monday, including an 11th generation Intel chip for gaming.
Intel told CNN Business last week that Apple’s decision free the chipmaker to “Thought we were going to compete with [Apple] Products, ”said Intel, it will focus on delivering the best experiences on Windows, Chrome and Linux while competing with Mac products.