Computex 2019 has actually started– here’s what’s been announced, and what’s to come



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What is Computex? Computex is created with us computer geeks in mind. It’s a good time to see brand-new laptop and desktop statements, loads of new accessories, and generally at least a couple of statements around VR and other cutting edge tech.

When is Computex? Computex officially starts Tuesday, May 28 and ends Saturday, June 1. Many of the huge statements have currently begun occurring, though numerous more will occur over the new couple of days.

Where is Computex? Computex 2019 takes place in Taipei, Taiwan. The majority of the event occurs in the Nangang Exhibit Center but there are lots of companies and vendors spread throughout the city– consisting of the Grand Hyatt Hotel and around the Taipei 101 high-rise building.

Who will be at Computex from Android Authority? This year, Managing Editor Andrew Grush and Elder Manufacturer David Imel are at the show. Both of us are passionate PC geeks and delighted to bring you all the greatest statements from the program.

What’s been announced so far


Computex 2019 AMD keynote

At Computex 2019, AMD took out all the punches, revealing significant updates for both its Radeon and Ryzen items. Quickly the most significant statement was the announcement of the 7nm Ryzen 3000 series. The Ryzen 3000 series had a range of different chip models throughout the Ryzen 5, 7, and 9 households. The most interesting of these is quickly the Ryzen 9 3900 x, the first mainstream 12- core processor. A lot more remarkable this high-end chip is aggressively priced at $499

In regards to graphics, the Radeon 5700 was introduced as the very first chip to use the brand-new Navi architecture. It’s likewise the first GPU to support PCIe Gen 4 and is successfully a direct rival to the Nvidia RTX 2070.

To get more information about AMD’s announcements head here.


Qualcomm announced its 8cx laptop computer processor in December of2018 At Computex 2019, we got our very first look at PCs running the new chipset. Qualcomm has actually partnered with PCMark and 3DMark to produce ARM 64- native benchmarking apps for the platform and pitted the chip versus Intel’s a lot of equivalent laptop computer CPU, the i5 8250 U. With a TDP of 7 watts, the Qualcomm 8cx has about double the battery life performance. The real surprise is that in a basic application benchmark test, the 8cx was neck-and-neck with Intel’s offering and actually beat Intel in graphics efficiency.

The real takeaway is that Qualcomm might finally be prepared to provide a sensible laptop experience, something it didn’t quite do right out eviction To find out more about Qualcomm’s benchmark results, head here.


Those expecting huge announcements from Nvidia might be a little disappointed. Instead of introducing huge hardware news, the business instead introduced its new Nvidia RTX Studio accreditation program. This program sets specific requirements for laptop computers designed with creatives in mind.

The new program sets requirements on laptops, making sure that they can deal with the intense load creatives typically toss at them. The specification requirements for these makers are as follows:

  • Nvidia RTX 206 o or higher, or Nvidia RTX Quadro 5000
  • Intel Core i7 H-series CPU or higher
  • 16 GB of RAM or higher
  • 512 GB SSD or higher
  • 1080 p or 4K display

While the program is a little cool, we certainly would have liked to see a couple of more surprise announcements too. Perhaps at E3?

You can find out more about the NVIDIA RTX Studio program here


Asus unveiled a slew of brand-new devices at Computex2019 These consist of new laptops that sport two screens, a few scandal sheet products as part of the business’s 30 th anniversary, and even a portable display for players.

The most considerable statement was the brand-new Asus Zenbook Duo and Pro Duo series which takes the business’s Screenpad technology and give it a large upgrade– actually. While the basic Screenpad fits into a trackpad’s standard center position, the brand-new Plus alternative in fact goes straight under the main display screen. The concept is that this screen now functions as a 2nd screen for running additional applications and much more.

To get more information about the Zenbook Duo and Pro Duo take a look at our hands-on For the rest of Asus’ statements, head here.

What’s still to come


With AMD and Qualcomm both providing some pretty success, Intel requires to actually wow us. More than likely, Intel will show us its 10- nanometer Ice Lake chips which seem to have been delayed rather a bit. Aside from this, we expect at least a couple of little surprises: If we’re fortunate, Intel will unveil more about its long-hinted GPU designed to take on Nvidia and AMD.

MSI, Gigabyte, Dell, and HP

We’re sorry to state that HP isn’t formally at Computex 2019 this year. Naturally, that doesn’t suggest it won’t announce anything. It’s not unprecedented for PC suppliers to make statements in combination with Computex even if they aren’t formally on the ground– as we saw with Razer.

When It Comes To Gigabyte and MSI, we understand they are here which they will likely have some cool statements. That’s about all we understand. Dell is likewise quite present and is likely to display an XPS laptop computer running Ice Lake chips, together with a minimum of a couple of other hot statements.

Any wild cards?

In the past we’ve seen VR and other things displayed at Computex, so it’s possible there will something along those lines here. We also know that 5G is a theme at Computex, so we anticipate at least a couple of smaller sized hardware announcements around that front.

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