CES 2021: Microsoft’s partners announce new PC gaming hardware and software

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At this year’s first-ever, all-digital Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Microsoft’s device partners announced innovative new Windows hardware and software for all kinds of gamers. They also embraced graphics cards that fully support DirectX 12 Ultimate in their flagship gaming PCs. Xbox Wire’s Will Tuttle calls DirectX 12 Ultimate “the latest gold standard for gaming graphics on both PC and Xbox Series X|S consoles.” Over at Xbox Wire, Tuttle rounds up some of these gaming devices, from the thinnest, most ultraportable gaming laptops yet, to immersive displays and sleek designs, to new graphics cards.

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