There were plenty of products announced at CES 2021 even though it was largely a virtual affair. We've rounded up all the coolest PC and laptop announcements in one place, just in case you missed the show.
CES 2021 was different in that it wasn't held at a physical location. Instead, companies relied on press kits and virtual presentations to showcase all the new products. We've rounded up the best PC-related announcements in case you happened to miss the show.
Another CES is officially in the books. While this year brought an entirely new, virtual experience, it was still packed to the brim with new laptops, exciting tech, and much more. We've rounded up our picks for the best of the best from CES 2021.
At CES 2021, ASUS has today announced the latest laptops in its premium ZenBook class laptops. The two new laptops are the ZenBook Pro Duo OLED and the ZenBook Duo 14, featuring 15.6-inch and 14-inch screens respectively. The new devices are featuring top end specs, including the latest chips from Intel, powerful RTX graphics, and more.
ASUS announced a new 13-inch OLED ZenBook, as well as beefing up the ZenBook 14 and ZenBook 15 Flip with refreshed internals. There's plenty to unpack for CES 2021 so we run you through all the specs right here.
If you've been holding off on ASUS VivoBook 14 or 15 to see if the company will add the latest Ryzen processors from AMD, you can now rest easy as that's exactly what ASUS did for CES 2021. Very soon you'll be able to buy a VivoBook 14 or 15 with Ryzen 5000 processors and Wi-Fi 6.
MSI is mostly known for gaming laptops that push the limits, but it's also eyeing the popular Ultrabook market with its new Summit E13 Flip. With a 16:10 display, massive 70WHr battery, magnetic pen, and overall sleek design that comes in a few hundred cheaper than the competition, we think the Summit is one to watch.
MSI has taken it's stunning Stealth 15M and given it a pretty beefy upgrade in the form of an 11th Gen Intel H Series processor and NVIDIA's new RTX 3060 graphics. And yet it's still almost unnaturally slim and boasts and attractive asking price, too.
What happens when you make a laptop out of titanium, carbon, and magnesium? You get the brand-new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga with optional 5G. It's insanely light and thin but also uses a real Intel Core i7 processor. Did we mention it has a 3:2 display aspect, converts to a tablet, and supports inking? Here is what you need to know.
Lenovo has two top-rated premium laptops for enterprise: its ThinkPad X1 Carbon and ThinkPad X1 Yoga. Both are being updated for 2021 with Intel's latest vPro processors. But it's new features like a taller 16:10 display, 5G, and new Dolby Voice options have us excited. Here is when you get them.
While COVID 19 may finally disappear late in 2021, Razer is not waiting around for another outbreak. Its Project Hazel is a smart mask concept beyond just N95 filters by solving real pain points with public mask-wearing. Plus, it glows!
Razer has a new concept idea for a gaming chair, and it's completely bonkers. With a 60-inch surrounding OLED display that retracts when not needed, force feedback, a focus on ergonomics, and some sweet cable management, we hope we can get one someday.
ASUS' newest gaming laptop might be one of its most exciting yet, since the ROG Flow X13 is a true gaming Ultrabook. But beneath this slim, sleek exterior lies immense power and the party piece is a custom PCIe connection to the XG Mobile, an RTX 3080 powered eGPU.
ASUS has today unveiled two new ROG Strix laptops known as the SCAR 15 and SCAR 17, featuring AMD Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 9 processors, up to 64GB of DDR4-3200MHz RAM, a beastly NVIDIA RTX 3070 or 3080, and up to a 2TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD. That's a hell of a lot of power for a laptop, but that's the point of ASUS's ROG range!