Day 3 of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was full of surprises but a little less compared to the last two days. Though this year might not have made the biggest headlines, however, the event is still filled with exciting gadgets.
Here are the best highlights of day 3 of this year’s all-virtual tech conference:
ZenBook Duo laptops by Asus
At CES 2021, Asus has announced two new high-end laptops. The new laptops have been launched in the ZenBook Duo range. The ZenBook Pro Duo OLED and Duo 14 features 15.6-inch and 14-inch screens respectively.
Specifications of its machines include the latest Intel chips and RTX graphics. It’s Pro Duo 15 OLED will have a 10th-gen Intel Core i9 processor and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 discrete graphics. They will have memory and storage up to 32GB of memory.
Meanwhile, Duo 14 will have Intel 11th-gen Core i5 or i7 processors and Nvidia MX450 graphics. It will have a memory space of up to 32GB.
Alienware Laptops by Dell
Dell launched new m15 and m17 Alienware laptops with all newly upgraded specifications. They offer an option between Intel’s 10th Gen Core i7-10870H and Core i9-10980HK CPU. They can be configured with memory up to 32GB of 2,933MHz and storage up to 4TB of PCIe.
The m17 R4 will also offer an additional 360Hz display which will be optional. The Alienware lineup will be launched late this month.
Nvidia’s new RTX 3000 graphics
MSI has announced a new Creator 15 which comes with RTX 3000 mobile graphics cards by Nvidia. MSI touts the Creator 15 as “an excellent all-around laptop, built for the most demanding creations.”
Creator 15 is a portable laptop with a 15.6-inch 4K panel that has 100% of the Adobe AGB gamut for creative professionals. It also comes with a 99Wh battery inside.