The Most Exciting Hardware Launches of 2020 The Most Exciting Hardware Launches of 2020
News    04/17/2020

The Most Exciting Hardware Launches of 2020

This year could’ve been very exciting for those excited for technology news. The events that were held at the beginning of the year served as an appetizer for what’s yet to come,

companies were presenting the best gadgets of CES 2020, and people were preparing for the next major event in Barcelona, the Mobile World Congress. The emerging virus threat has, in turn, has led to the canceling of the MWC, and pretty much every other tech event scheduled for this spring has suffered the same fate.

Luckily, the year won’t be left without goodies. Aside from the many smartphones that have already been presented online (or are waiting for their turn), there are many great pieces of hardware that we can be excited about set to be launched before the end of the year. Even if some of them are delayed.

Nvidia’s new RTX graphics cards

Nvidia was set to present its new GPU architecture - along with a brand new line of RTX graphics cards - in March, at the GPU Technology Conference (GTC). Unfortunately, the ongoing pandemic has led to the launch event’s postponement to a yet unspecified date in August. And the cards hitting the shelves in September.


Nvidia’s upcoming RTX 3070 and 3080 flagship cards will be something to be excited about: they will support up to 20GB of GDDR6, and the top chip of the line - GA102 - will be 40% faster than the RTX 2080Ti graphics card.

AMD’s upcoming Ryzen line

AMD has already shocked the world this year with the release of its strongest CPU so far - the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X is a monster with its 64 cores, 128 threads, and 288MB of combined cache. It is the first CPU able to run Crysis in software renderer mode with a decent framerate.

AMD has more tricks up its sleeve for this year, though - it is preparing for the launch of its new processor line. The manufacturer presented its new Ryzen 4000 line at the CES, and the new processors will start showing up in the wild in the months to come.


One of the most exciting models is the Ryzen 9 4900H, a mobile APU with eight processor cores and eight Radeon graphics cores running at 3.3GHz (and a max boost clock of 4.4GHz) designed to take Intel’s Core i9 CPUs head-on. The first laptop built around this monster mobile APU will be the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14, for which the pre-orders will be opening soon.

Next-gen consoles

Finally, let’s not forget about the hardware launches many gamers are the most excited about this year: PlayStation 5 and Xbox One X, the next-generation consoles set to be released around the holiday season.

The two consoles will be very similar - they will be built around the same Zen 2 and RDNA 2 hardware - but there is no way of knowing how they will perform live. And the features of both consoles are very similar - 4K, HDR, and other goodies.


The battle of the platforms will probably not be decided this year either. Both platforms - not necessarily the consoles themselves, as Microsoft doesn’t want to launch any Xbox One X exclusive titles, and Sony has only announced one so far - will continue to serve their customers with high-profile games. May their rivalry go on forever - it means more great games for us!

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