CES 2020 brings to a close, in what may be the most important show for the New Gadgets of CES 2020.
Hundreds of smart home companies, big and small, descended on Vegas to show off their latest devices.
Without further, here are the Best New Gadgets of CES 2020.
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The Wall MicroLED TV
While the astonishing 292-inch, 8K variant of ‘The Wall’ Samsung unveiled at CES 2020 might well be the single most jaw-dropping screen I’ve ever seen at any CES, the 75-inch model may be the most interesting.
Samsung now-traditional CES First Look event this year was it is most spectacular yet. Not least because it opened with the single most incredible-looking screen I’ve ever seen in the aspect of a 292-inch, 8K variant of the brand’s ‘Wall’ Micro LED technology.
Asus Zephyrus G14
Asus, under its Republic of Gamers label, has published what it claims is the world’s most powerful 14-inch gaming laptop at CES 2020. Pocket-lint was on hand to check it out to see what the fuss is all about.
Alienware Concept UFO
The Alienware Concept UFO is a very interesting prototype, giving a PC gaming system the portable strengths of the Nintendo Switch. But with so several uncertainties, it’s far too early to say whether this will be a true game-changer.
LG OLED 120Hz G-Sync Compatible TVs
LG dispensed off a boatload of new 4K TVs and 8K TVs at CES 2020. While the company was meek with details on how its panel technology has developed, this year’s crop of TVs develops with new features and in a few new form factors and display resolutions if you’ve got the budget for it.
The next generation of gaming consoles is drawing closer and closer, with both Sony and Microsoft beginning to dispense their hands with small impressions at their respective hardware specs, games, and general capabilities. Yet, the full picture still remains very cloudy.
Razer ERacing Simulator
Razer is recognized for its sometimes fanciful concept pieces and prototypes of laptops and gaming gear. But this year, the company isn’t even pretending its big, flashy showpiece is something that could someday be in stores. Preferably, the Razer Eracing Simulator concept is a high-end racing seat and display that it forces at some point build on a case-by-case basis for esports racing leagues it partners with.
AMD Ryzen 7 4800U
With AMD now giving mobile Zen 2 processors, the CPU wars are moving to new ground. The Ryzen 7 4800U is AMD’s first 8-core/16-thread mobile chip, and it sports a 15W TDP. It can probably comfortably exceed that and have to throttle down on clocks, but the base clock is still a respectable 1.8GHz, can turbo up to 4.2GHz, and it has Vega Graphics integrated.
Origin Big O
For 10 years, Origin has paraded the monstrous Big O gaming desktop at many trade shows by packing three gaming consoles into a super PC. To mark the decade anniversary Origin went ahead and surprised the CES showgoers with the release of a consumer variant of the Big O.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
The Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold is finally confirmed to be a real product, and it’s heading to market in 2020. But, Windows 10X is still a ways away, so the Lenovo X1 Fold has a lot to show if it is indeed going to be the first foldable laptop on the market.
AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT
AMD’s stunning Ryzen 4000-series laptop processors might have stolen the show at the company’s CES 2020 keynote, starting a new front in the battle with Intel, but CPUs didn’t steal the entire spotlight. On Monday, AMD’s graphics division announced the Radeon RX 5600 XT, a high-performance 1080p graphics card designed to slot between the 1440p-focused Radeon RX 5700 series and the more mainstream Radeon RX 5500 XT.