This year at CES, there were a bunch of cool new PCs, such as one with a foldable display, one with an E Ink display on the lid, and a convertible with RTX graphics. Here are Neowin's CES 2020 awards.
Samsung announced Lite versions of its two flagship handsets at CES this week, and during our tour of the Samsung booth at the show, we got to spend a bit of time with the two smartphones.
Razer's booth at CES is always a lot of fun to visit, because you can actually test out the company's new products, and that means a break from the craziness of the show, and playing some games.
TVs were a big focus at Samsung's booth again this year, although there was a big focus on 8K this time. Also, there was the new Galaxy Chromebook, Windows 10 laptops, phones, and more.
Panasonic always has some interesting things at the show, showing off everything from consumer technology like indoor cameras to new technology for the inside of commercial aircrafts.
Lenovo's new foldable PC, the ThinkPad X1 Fold, will likely ship later on this year with Windows 10X, and at CES 2020, we got to go hands on with Microsoft's new OS for dual-screen PCs.
Once again, LG's booth didn't disappoint at CES 2020. The company had another immersive display of curved OLED TVs, and inside of the booth there was a bunch of new entertainment products.
For CES 2020, Brydge introduced three new keyboards for Surface devices. They're meant to make it feel like a clamshell laptop, and they're made for the Surface Pro X, Surface Pro 7, and Surface Go.
At CES 2020 this week, Dynabook announced what it claims to be the lightest 13-inch laptop that's using Intel's 10th-generation processors. Indeed, the Windows 10 PC comes in at 1.92 pounds.
While Samsung only announced the Galaxy Book Flex Alpha at CES, there were two more Windows 10 PCs announced in October on display, along with the Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered Galaxy Book S.
Segway has cancelled demonstrations of its S-Pod after a journalist crashed into a wall at CES. The firm has said that it's planning to add a seatbelt with future models to increase safety.
Samsung's new Galaxy Chromebook is an amazing device. For a thousand dollars, you get a beautiful design, a 13.3-inch 4K AMOLED display, and it's certified for Intel's Project Athena.
This year ahead of CES, LG introduced four new models of its ultra-light gram laptops, but they're not any lighter. Instead, they actually include bigger batteries, along with Ice Lake CPUs.
This year at CES 2020, Acer didn't go premium, but it did announce some consumer PCs in the mid-range to mainstream space, including the Swift 3, Spin 3, and Spin 5 series of Windows 10 PCs.
Dell's Latitude 9510 comes in clamshell and two-in-one form factors, and the whole idea is to make a business laptop that's as premium as XPS is on the consumer side of the business.
Acer introduced a new version of its Predator Thronos gaming chair at IFA, and it's less than half the price, now at under $14,000. It still has three monitors in an enclosed space.
At CES this week, Acer announced the ConceptD 7 Ezel and ConceptD 7 Ezel Pro, convertibles that pack Nvidia RTX graphics, a beautiful 15.6-inch 4K display, 45W processors, and more.
Leaked press deck of Intel's highly anticipated Xe graphics architecture show an attractive looking piece of dev kit meant for ISVs. The slides also reiterate Intel's plans with the Xe architecture.
At CES this year, Dell finally announced a proper redesign of its XPS 13 laptop, making it thinner, and contrary to what many would believe possible, making the footprint even smaller.
Samsung's mobile division CEO DJ Koh has told reporters at CES 2020 that the company has so far managed to sell around 400,000 to 500,000 units of the Galaxy Fold since its launch.
Lenovo announced its ThinkPad X1 Fold this week, but surprisingly, it will run Windows 10 Pro coming out of the gate. When it's available, it will run Windows 10X, and we got an early look at that.
Announced back in May as Project Limitless, Lenovo's Yoga 5G is very similar to the Yoga C630, but naturally, it has a faster chipset, 5G, and it even has a slightly larger display.
Samsung has introduced the new T7 portable SSD lineup, starting with the T7 Touch. It's a 2TB SSD with speeds up to 1,050MB/s, plus a fingerprint sensor to help secure data stored inside.
Announced at CES 2020 this week, the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus's claim to fame is that it has a 10.1-inch E Ink display on the lid, which can be used for reading, for drawing, and more.
OnePlus introduced the Concept One at CES 2020 this week, and it's the company's first concept smartphone. What makes it unique is that it has a disappearing camera, using electrochromic glass.
At CES 2020, the expansion of the IBM Q Network was announced to now include over 100 leading organizations and institutions like Goldman Sachs, Anthem, and Stanford University, among others.
After previewing the device last year, Lenovo announced the ThinkPad X1 Fold in all its glory at CES. We went hands on with the foldable device, and it has a few, but not many, surprises.
Nvidia wishes to remain competitive and is not taking the launch of the Radeon RX 5600 XT lightly. The Green Team is seemingly cutting the price on RTX 2060 variants starting with this EVGA model.
At this year's CES, Samsung affirmed its intention to release the Galaxy Home Mini smart speaker early this year. However, the original Galaxy Home might not make its way to the market.
At CES today, Google has uncovered some new features that will be arriving for Assistant this year. These include Read It - a webpage reading feature, Scheduled Actions, new privacy controls and more.
Western Digital is once again trying to make a splash at this year's CES by showing off an 8TB portable SSD that supports transfer speeds up to 20Gbps. The company also has some new real products.
Ahead of this year's CES, Razer has announced a handful of devices aimed at both mobile and PC gaming. These include the Kishi mobile controller, a new take on the Junglecat it launched last year.
Today at CES 2020, MSI announced a wide array of products, including several new laptops, a gaming desktop, some gaming monitors, and a 10th-anniversary Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card.
In addition to new gaming laptops from the ROG brand, ASUS has also introduced some new devices from the more affordable TUF brand, and they're also powered by AMD's new Ryzen 4000 processors.
Today at CES, Skagen announced the Falster 3, its latest Wear OS smartwatch. It packs a Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset, the ability to make calls from an iPhone, and a sleek 42mm design.
MediaTek has announced its new mid-range Dimensity 800 5G chipset featuring an octa-core processor running at 2GHz, a ''flagship-grade GPU," and an integrated 5G chip with sub-6GHz support,
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AMD has announced the RX 5600 XT graphics card, a 1080p focused high-performance GPU aimed at toppling Nvidia's GTX 1660Ti. The card will launch later this month for $279 through board partners.
Today, ahead of CES, Intel showed off its next generation of mobile processors, codenamed Tiger Lake. Based on the 10nm+ process, the new chips promise significant performance gains.
At CES 2020, Dell is showing off a few concept PCs of different shapes and sizes. The Concept Duet and Concept Ori are foldable devices, while the concept UFO looks a lot like Nintendo's Switch.