PC components at CES 2020 weren’t all about the AMD, but it sure seemed like it at times. The company dominates our CES “most interesting” list this year and for good reason, seeing how both Intel and Nvidia came to the show floor almost empty-handed of consumer-ready new hardware or silicon. (That said, Intel did give us a proof of life of its dedicated GPU, the DG1.)
The storage scene showed some intriguing innovations, too, among them a new modular business-storage ecosystem from drive giant Seagate, super-small high-capacity drives from WD, and some extreme-speed SSDs in internal and external formats. Let’s check ’em all out.