Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 Laptop
Similar to the Spectre x360 laptop on display above, the XPS 13 2-in-1 laptop promises to be a full-fledged Laptop-tablet hybrid. Its real appeal however lies underneath as it will rock Intel’s 10th generation Ice Lake processors. The original Dell XPS 13 was a great laptop and the latest iteration is looking like it will improve upon its predecessor. Dell showcased the new laptop’s ability to edit 4K HDR videos at this year’s event making it a delectable choice for content creators who are on the go.
Intel Core i9-9900KS announcement
While the i9-9900KS has been in the works since May, Intel announced that its most powerful desktop processor will be available in October at the event. Unlike the i9 9900K which can be manually boosted to 5GHz, the new processor’s cores can boost to 5GHz straight out of the box. While the new processor is a bit of an overkill, possessing very few distinguishable features from its predecessor, it did turn a few heads with the amount of raw power the 9900KS can output on paper.
ASUS’s ProArt StudioBook Laptops
ASUS’s ProArt StudioBook promises to be the best in class with the state-of-the-art Nvidia Quadro RTX 6000 graphics card and an Intel Core i9 processor. It also comes with a crazy 15-inch 4K 120Hz display, making it one of the best workstation laptops to look forward to. There is also a 17-inch variant of the ProArt family which will most likely feature the top of the line RTX 6000x card while the 15-inch laptop will feature an RTX 5000x card. They’ll drop in October, with a heavy price tag to boot.
Acer’s 300Hz refresh rate laptop
Most manufacturers release laptops with 120Hz displays and call it a day but the Acer Predator Triton 500 dropped at this year’s event with a whopping 300Hz refresh rate display. With a display so fluid that it’ll make your head spin, the laptop will feature a 15.6-inch 1080p display and will be available in December for $2,800. While it is nowhere near as being a cheap laptop, it was definitely Acer’s most classy reveal at the event minus of course the $14,000 gaming setup which is a chair.
55-inch QLED 8K TV from Samsung
Samsung showcased its 55-inch 8K TV at the event and while it will most definitely burn a hole in your pocket, it will however be a more feasible 8K option for consumers. The TV displays HDR10+ and it can also upscale lower resolution to 8K and like its big brother, it too features a Quantum AI processor. The TV is currently available on Samsung’s site for $2,499.