CES 2019 currently being conducted in Las Vegas has completed its third day and as usual, there were a ton on new tech announcements including some new product launches and a sneak-peak into the 4th day of the event. Here are all the main highlights from Day 3 of the largest consumer electronics exhibition of its kind.
Taiwanese electronics giant Asus had some revelations after it introduced the Zephyrus S gaming laptop which is one of the very first to get a Nvidia RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU into an impressive lightweight design. Another reveal from Asus was the ROG Mothership laptop which is a 17.3-inch monster which can be described as cross-over between a Surface Pro 6 and a battle tank.
Audio manufacturer Audio Technica happens to be at the forefront of leading and innovative audio devices. This time at CES the company has announced new flagship on-ear headsets which are called the Audio-Technica ATH-ANC900BT, while budding DJs can make use of the entry-level Audio-Technica LP60X costing about $125.
Drones are quickly becoming a trend in the modern world and leading the charge is DJI which announced its Mavic 2 drone at CES. The controller provided with it actually has a 5.5-inch Full HD touchscreen that has a max brightness of 1000 nits and works on the Android OS.
Chinese smartphone giant Honor, which is not exactly a big deal in the US as it is in India, introduced the Honor View 20 smartphone for public viewing and it features an in-display front facing camera along with a new 48 MP Sony IMX584 sensor. This is the same design we’re expected to see in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10.
HP does come out with innovative products at CES and this year was no different for the laptop maker. The HP Omen X Emperium is the beast of a smart TV with a 65-inch display, 144Hz refresh rate, and Nvidia G-Sync HDR. It also comes with HP Omen X Emperium soundbar and Nvidia Shield which can give you access to streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu and more.
While AMD is making all the buzz about its Ryzen chipset and the new Radeon graphics processor, Intel cannot be too far behind. At Day 3 Intel has announced the 9th-gen Intel Ice Lake processors which have been made using 10 nm manufacturing process and the Sunny Cove architecture. We expect to see a lot of new gen features including Thunderbolt 3, Wi-Fi 6, and something called DL Boost.