Computex 2021 Date, Keynotes, and All Breaking News

Computex 2021 Date, Keynotes, and All Breaking News

Computex 2021 is now in full swing, even though this year is just online. Despite many things in the air because the pandemic – the conference was canceled in 2020 – Taipei’s computer expo returned with a packed lineup which included some of the biggest names in computing.

All of the keynote will be online, rather than direct bonds. The good news is big names like Nvidia, AMD and Intel all have a large Keynote Computex, and companies like Acer, Arm and Gigabytes will all be present at the show. That means that there must be many things that need to be enjoyed – we suspect many of these companies have used locking around the world very productively.

This is definitely an important show, even if it’s all online this year, and the event has begun with a strong start. Thanks to Keynotes by Intel, AMD and Nvidia.

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What is that? The biggest computing conference this year

When is it? May 31 – 30 June 2021

Where is it? On line

Computex 2021 News.

Intel 11 gene processors take the fight to AMD at a speed of 5.0GHz

Intel has announced a pair of new u series chips, one of which is the first 5GHz series processor, in Computex 2021.

This is Intel Core i5-1155G7 and Core i7-1195G7. Core i5-1155G7 will be the most powerful Intel i5 chip, while i7-1195g7 becomes the first low-powered chip that can be cranked up to 5GHz. Acer, Asus, and HP have been announced as some of the first hardware vendors to offer a laptop based on the new tiger lake processor this year.

HP carries power with new Elite and Pro desktop PCs

HP has announced a new business PC in the elite and pro range which is powered by the AMD Ryzen Pro 5000 desktop chip at Computex 2021.

According to HP, this is the “business class business form” class of the smallest and most powerful ultra small form “, and will run almost quietly too, so there should be noise that is annoying fan noise.

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