Chuong Nguyen

Chuong Nguyen

Chuong Nguyen is a Silicon Valley-based technology reporter with a passion for gadgets.  He enjoys combining his passion for technology, travel, and photography, and on the weekends you can him exploring the coast with camera in tow, catching up on the latest headlines, relaxing with a Kindle, or taking a quick jaunt to California's famed wine country.

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Everything Intel announced at CES 2020: A.I., VR, and folding laptops

From tacking athletes for training to delivering augmented video feeds for broadcast to new and exciting solutions for personal computing, Intel's keynote at CES 2020 was all about artificial intelligence aimed at driving performance.
Computing

Intel announces Tiger Lake processors, with double the graphics performance

Intel's Tiger Lake CPU may be the biggest thing to happen to ultrabooks since the category launched. We don't know all the details yet, but these new chips should launch laptops later this year.
Computing

AMD’s new Ryzen 4 chips land in its first gaming laptops, and they look awesome

Mobile ROG gamers will have more silicon to choose from for their next gaming laptop. At CES, Asus is pairing AMD's mobile Ryzen processor alongside Nvidia's GeForce RTX graphics on its new ROG Zephyrus and TUF gaming notebooks.
Computing

MSI GS66 Stealth’s blazing-fast screen ensures you won’t miss the action

Don't let it's slim profile fool you -- MSI's GS66 Stealth packs a lot under its hood. This sleek gaming laptop crams in Intel's 10th-Gen processor, Nvidia GeForce graphics, and one of the largest battery capacities on a notebook.
Computing

Asus’ Project Athena-certified Chromebook Flip delivers all-day battery life

With Intel Project Athena certification under its belt, Asus' latest Chromebook Flip C436 boasts power, performance, and all-day battery life. This Chrome OS-powered convertible ships with Intel's 10th-Gen processor.
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Asus ROG Swift nabs world’s-fastest monitor title with its 360Hz refresh rate

Asus teamed up with Nvidia to launch the world's fastest gaming monitor. The ROG Swift 360 features a 360Hz refresh rate with G-Sync support on a 24.5-inch LCD screen, making it up to six times faster than traditional panels.