Chipmakers Intel, AMD and Nvidia entered the virtual stage at this week’s show to showcase their new processors, which are expected to make graphics look better, load faster and improve computer performance.
AMD CEO Lisa Su said in a keynote speech on Tuesday: “Our relationship with technology has fundamentally changed.” “The pandemic has made technology an important part of our lives, work, entertainment, and communication. And all The core of these technologies is high-performance computing.”
The hardware companies Acer, Asus, Lenovo and others have introduced the latest computers and networked monitors, and these new chips can be used.
For the Taiwanese company Acer, the pandemic did not significantly interfere with the launch of its new product line, including several new notebook computers and monitors. Similarly, Taiwan-based Asustek announced a lengthy lineup from laptops to projectors and monitors.
“Because Taiwan has hardly been affected [by the coronavirus pandemic] Gregg Prendergast, President of Acer Pan America, said: “Indeed, this is our global headquarters. All product development is progressing very smoothly. Our factories are mainly in China… In the second quarter, their performance was a bit unsatisfactory, but since It has been working well since June.”
Acer is very important in the education field. It provides students with Chromebooks, as well as gaming laptops and monitors. Traditionally, the brand has attracted PC gamers, but it has also gradually expanded to console gamers, offering a new display that supports games on the new PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X with optimized graphics.
Prendergast said: “It depends on the performance of some of these products. If they start to become sticky and start to sell well, we will definitely expand the product portfolio.”
Intel on Monday introduced new processors for computers, including 11th-generation Intel chips for gaming.
Intel told CNN Business on a conference call last week that Apple’s decision freed up the chip maker, “It can figure out how we can go out and compete with it. [Apple] Intel said it will focus on providing the best experience on Windows, Chrome and Linux while competing with Mac products.