Once again the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, known to most video game fans as E3, is back with a vengeance. E3 might have seen some tough times during previous years, but E3 2010 promises to offer us an exciting look at the hottest PC gaming hardware, 3D video technology, improvements to cloud computing solutions for downloading games, and a wide variety of software developments that should drastically improve your multimedia entertainment experience. This year at the show, J.R. Nelson, editor of our sister site DesktopReview will be there to cover it all.
Gaming is one of the most popular uses of consumer computer hardware today. It’s also a primary driver of upgrading PCs, whether it’s a new notebook or buying a new video card for an older desktop. Dell claims that of all the people that come to their sizable online forums looking for more information on how to upgrade their systems, two-thirds are looking to get new graphics cards for playing modern games. That’s a powerful statistic.
Stay tuned to NotebookReview.com and DesktopReview.com as we bring you news, stories, and hands-on video from the day’s events. J.R. will even be streaming live from the show floor with Qik.com at http://qik.com/jr_nelson – so bookmark that site and stop back later in the day. If we’re streaming, you can even ask questions right on the page.
What are you looking forward to seeing? Any new hardware or PC game you’re hoping gets revealed? Join in our discussion forums on both NotebookReview.com and DesktopReview.com or let us know in the comments below, and we’ll try to answer all your questions.