Chipmakers Intel, AMD and Nvidia took to the virtual stage at this week’s trade show to reveal their new processors, which promise to improve graphics, load faster, and improve computer performance.
“Our relationship with the CEO has changed fundamentally,” AMD CEO Lisa Su said during a keynote speech on Tuesday. “Pandemic has advanced technology to how we live, work, play and communicate. And at the heart of all this technology is high performance computing.”
Hardware companies Acer, Asus, Lenovo and others unveiled their latest computers and connected displays that put new chips to use.
For Taiwanese company Acer, Pandemic did not disrupt much of its new product line debut, including several laptops and displays. Similarly, Asus, headquartered in Taiwan, announced a long lineup from laptops to projectors and monitors.
“Because Taiwan is almost not affected [by the coronavirus pandemic] In fact, and this is our world headquarters, all product development is going on very smoothly, “said Greg Gendergast, president of Acer Pan America,” Our factories are mainly all over China … they kinda calendar in Q2 There were speckles but they have been quite operational since June. “
Acer has an important business in education, providing chromebooks and gaming laptops and displays to students. Traditionally, the brand has been attracting PC gamers but it is slowly expanding to console gamers, offering a new display that supports gaming with optimized graphics on the new Graphics 5 or Xbox Series X is.
“It depends on how some of these products work. If they start to be tacky and sell well, we’ll definitely expand the portfolio,” said Prendergast.
Intel on Monday introduced new processors for computers, including 11th generation Intel chips for gaming.
Intel told CNN Business on a call last week that Apple’s decision freed the chipmakers “to find out how we go out and compete against those [Apple] Products. “Intel said it would focus on Windows, Chrome and Linux to deliver the best experience, while it competes against Mac products.