AnandTech

AnandTech is a blog that reviews computer components and other computer hardware parts. It helps readers looking for reviews about PC components, smartphones, tablets, pre-built desktops, notebooks, and cloud-based computing technologies.

AnandTech is known as the largest independent technology website with over 12 million unique readers per month.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Purch
HQ
Los Angeles, US
Founded
1997
AnandTech was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, US

Key People at AnandTech

Ian  Cutress

Ian Cutress

Senior Editor
Brian  Dipert

Brian Dipert

Contributing Editor
Seema  Sandesh

Seema Sandesh

HR Manager

AnandTech Office Locations

AnandTech has an office in Los Angeles

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Founding Date

1997
AnandTech is a subsidiary of Purch

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AnandTech News and Updates

Intel could be about to release a very expensive Core i9 CPU

 Computex is right around the corner. While we don’t generally cover PC component updates, this leak about Intel’s plan is interesting. The company is apparently about to unveil a new lineup of desktop CPUs with a new high-end Core i9 CPU with 12 cores. Intel’s plans leaked on AnandTech’s board. It …

Intel is now shipping Kaby Lake processors (and we hope the new MacBook Pro has it)

Skylake processors are old news. At its earning call today, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich confirmed the company is now shipping its seventh generation processor, Kaby Lake. As Anandtech points out, ‘shipping’ means that Kaby Lake is headed to supply chain partners for companies like Apple and HP. To that…

Samsung now has a 4TB SSD drive (but it’s $1,500)

If you’re in the market for an SSD drive with tons of storage space, Samsung has one you should consider — if you have $1,500 to spare. The already popular 850 Evo line now has a 4TB option, which is its largest capacity. You can now incrementally get SSD storage from 128GB up to 4TB, with prices ra…

Purch acquires small-business site Business.com

 Digital media company Purch has acquired Business.com — which, in addition to being a pretty great URL, offers advice and other content for small businesses and operates a marketplace for business products and services. Purch owns a number of product-focused sites, including Tom’s Guide and AnandTe…

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