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Megathread: a noncomprehensive list of CES 2019

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Posted · Original PosterOP

note: thread has stopped updating, but coverage of the event may continue to be released over the week. check the videos/uploads tab on the youtube channels for more videos

?OP's summary: an incoherent brain fart?

 

Time for some massive hardware throughput!

CES 2019 is on from Jan 6 to 11, from Las Vegas, Nevada (GMT -8)

 

quick temporary truncated list of keynote and news events as far as I can tell: (times local to Las Vegas)

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search listings here: https://www.ces.tech/schedule.aspx

 

timezone selfnote:

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  • 0800 Vegas - 1600 London - 0000+1D Taiwan
  • 1200 Vegas - 2000 London - 0400+1D Taiwan
  • 1600 Vegas - 0000+1D London - 0800+1D Taiwan
  • 2000 Vegas - 0400+1D London - 1200+1D Taiwan

 

as per previous thread, there shall be some guidelines I'll be following for adding to the list:

  • Outlet must have foot presence in convention
  • Coverage must be in-booth unless it's of stage demos with no public access
  • Articles/Videos must include firsthand on-booth coverage and not consist entirely of press release imagery (if there are some articles not in this list, this is usually the reason)

(otherwise I'll be basically scalping all google results with a script or something ._.)

 

 

Feel free to create specific threads for any item you find noteworthy (or have strong opinions for/against), but please please PLEASE follow TN guidelines

(Clear titles; Summised quote of article; Personal input or questions (no one-liners))

(also mods do add any interim rules if needed)

 

 

In no particular discovery order:

NVIDIA

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Intel

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❌ CES Presentation (Replay TBF)

? EngadgetIntel press conference at CES in 10 minutes

? AnandtechIntel CES 2019 Keynote: A Live BlogIntel’s New 9th Gen Desktop CPUs: i3-9350KF, i5-9400F, i5-9400, i5-9600KF, i7-9700KF, i9-9900KF

? Tom's HardwareIntel Announces 10nm Ice Lake for Mobile, Cascade Lake, Lake Field (thanks @This_guy1998!)

? PCWorldIntel reveals its 10nm Ice Lake Core and stacked Lakefield CPUs, and 'Project Athena' for laptops

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LG

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Samsung

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Dell / Alienware

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AMD

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//// PC Hardware

Acer

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Asrock

See also: DigitalStorm Project Spark; Corsair One i180

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ASUS

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? LTT: ASUS left us unsupervised... (ASUS Suite tour: Dominus Xeon System and ROG Matrix)

? LTT: How has EVERYONE overlooked this?? (ASUS Laptop Suite tour)

? Paul's Hardware: There's an AIO Built Into this GPU... (ASUS Suite tour)

? Gamersnexus: ASUS X599 Motherboard & RTX 2060 Dual, Strix, Turbo (Asus Suite Tour part 2)

? HardwareCanucks: This All-AMD Notebook Was The Best of CES! (ASUS secondary suite tour)

? Jayz2Cents: They WOULDN'T Let me take it apart... ROG 2080Ti Matrix

? Kitguru: ASUS ROG at CES 2019 - NEW Boards, Coolers, laptops and Monitors!

Corsair / Elgato

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Cyberpower

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Digital Storm

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? PCWorld: Custom Digital Storm PCs (ASRock STX system with 2080ti MXM!) (HOLY CRAP ASROCK)

EVGA

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Gigabyte / AORUS

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? GamersNexus: Gigabyte RTX 2060 Mini, New Displays, Coolers (Gigabyte Booth visit)

? Jayz2Cents: 144Hz Gaming Monitor with Near-Perfect Stats From... Gigabyte?

? Kitguru: Gigabyte at CES 2019 - LEO sees the new RTX cards and SYSTEMS!

HP

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Huawei

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iBuyPower

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? PCWorld: iBuyPower Snowblind X4: The rotating PC (please let kinetic cases be the next RGB)

? GamersNexus: SLI in a Single Slot, Rotating Case with LCD Side Panels (iBuyPower Suite tour)

  • Project Snowblind X4 Rotating Monolith case with LCD Panels
  • Project Snowblind LCD-Sidepanel update (now with quick-unplug panel)
  • Revolt 3 Modular mITX case

Lenovo

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Maingear

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? Hot Hardware: Maingear CES 2019 Booth Tour Of Beast PC Gaming Baller Gear

? PCWorld: A Maingear F131 with surprises!

? Tom's Hardware: Maingear’s Apex Spectrum Adds RGB to Liquid Cooling

  • Apex Spectrum F131 watercooled prebuilt released, with Nintendo Switch display mirroring dock
  • Pulse laptops now with RTX
  • Maingear-Honeycomb flight simulator controller and PC

MSI

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Razer

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Supermicro / SuperO

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? Kitguru: SuperMicro / SuperO at CES 2019 - LEO and motherboards GALORE!

? Kitguru Article edition

  • yeah they're going into mainstream PCs now. Entire suite is just full of Z390/Z370 motherboards and demo systems
  • unknown Xeon motherboard (1-socket Xeon workstation? X599 motherboard?)

Zotac

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Alphacool

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? Jayz2Cents: AlphaCool Watercooling Gear - CES 2019

? Kitguru: ALPHACOOL at CES 2019 - LEO showcases NEW products!

? Science Studio: Custom PCs & Alphacool! (Alphacool Suite tour)

? TechPowerup: Alphacool Shows Off Eisblock Flatboy 1U CPU Block and Updated NexXxoS V2 Radiators

BE QUIET!

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? Bitwit: Building a $4000 24-core MONSTER... (BE QUIET! Suite visit)

? Jayz2Cents: This might be my new favorite Air Cooler??!! (BE QUIET! Suite tour)

? Science Studio: They Finally Did It! (BE QUIET! SUITE TOUR) (thanks @This_guy1998!)

  • Dark Base 700 white refresh, Silent Wings white refresh, white CPU cooler prototypes
  • Dark Rock Slim 180W CPU cooler (120mm fan)

Coolermaster

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Deepcool

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EKWB

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? GamersNexus: EK Waterblocks - Best Build of CES, Distro Plates for Cases, Valkyrie AIO

? Kitguru: EKWB at CES 2019 - LEO is impressed! (thanks @The Benjamins!)

? Kitguru Article version

  • Classic lineup introduced: parts with lesser machining cost
  • Lian Li O11 Dynamic Custom Water Distribution Reservoir Plate
  • Valkyrie AIO Prototype
  • X599 DOMINUS Monoblock
  • Modulus hardline bending templates
  • prototype vertical T-fittings
  • prototype watercooling monitor and RGB driver

Enermax

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? Paul's Hardware: The Prettiest CPU Pump/Block I've Ever Seen... (Enermax Suite Tour)

? Overclockers: Enermax Shows Off 500w TDP AIO Cooler, New Saberay Case and more

  • Aquafusion AIO
  • SquaRGB fans ._.
  • 500W LIQTECH II AIOs for LGA115x and AM4 systems
  • Saberay Advanced case +white refresh (I'm noticing a trend here ._.)
  • Cases: Makashi; Starryfort SF30

FSP

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InWin

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Lian Li

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Phanteks

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Silverstone

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Thermaltake

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HTC

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+Others

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Battlestations and other PCs

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Storage

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HIDs (PC and extras)

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//// Non PC stuff

Phones/Tablets/Mobile and related

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? Engadget: Google Assistant Connect First Look

? Engadget: Google's Interpreter Mode on Home Hub Hands-On

? Engadget: Breaking down the Google Assistant news at CES and previewing what to expect in 2019

? Engadget: 5G in 2019: The benefits, rollout and challenges

? Engadget: How Intel Intends to Launch 5G, With a Surprise eSports Twist

? Engadget: Chasing the perfect 2-in-1 tablet (Samsung and Google)

? Android Authority: Google Assistant gets Maps integration, flight check-ins, and more

*? ZDnet: Cisco talks 6G (thanks @This_guy1998!)

 

 

Home AV and Projectors

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Cameras and Tech

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Automotive Tech

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Bots and drones and Physical Accessibility bots

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(Home) Security

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Black Mirror

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General Tech and IoT/IoS

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? Engadget: National Inventors Hall of Fame class of 2019 at CES

? Engadget: CES 2019 has all the tech for your new year fitness goals

 

*pruning markers (in case no booth photos found, or single-image article)

 

 

The vloggy/roundy-up fluff

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Please do suggest outlets or posts if I missed out any! (or am oblivious to ,_,)

(articles OK; videos won't be embedded because holy hell an OP with 48 video players is scary)

 

For personal reference (do add!): list of outlets covering CES firsthand:

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PS: OP is geographically 16 hours away from the event, so spot-updates would be a bit tough to do ,_,

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Posted · Original PosterOP

reserved comment in case i need two sections ,_,

small advisory: OP will be pretty long by the end of the week. please do not quote the entire OP. thanks ,_,

 

EDIT: why not. List of day updates here:

Day 0

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Day 1

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Day 2

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Day 3

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Day 4

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"Day 5"

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Final updates

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, imreloadin said:

I was almost that guy and made a post just before you did this xD

thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanks ¡-¡

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Day 0 Updates - 2019.01.06

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NOTE: if all of these are waaaaaaay too much info, I'll be shaving the main list in the OP considerably over the week. The daily update roundup's this long for completion's sake

 

 

 

I'm going to try my best to include non-PC hardware coverage, but currently I'm depending heavily on The Verge, so if you know of any outlet that has foot presence in CES, and posts articles that does not solely contain press images, please do comment in the thread. Thanks!

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Honestly, I can't wait for Nvidia to fill their next-gen product stack in the next year. I honestly can't wait for Intel's keynote (It seems like intel has been really working on IoT and other chips that are outside the regular PC market, ex. Drone 1000 light show and Intel Curie were a major part of their CES 2016 Keynote), so I'm excited for anything that happens in that keynote. AMD I want to see their next-gen GPUs and Ryzen 2.

 

Other things I can't wait to be announced:

  • 5G deployments from the big 3 carriers here in the US (on Verizon (phone) and ATT (iPad with unlimited) LTE in some areas I can get about 50mb/s down, 10-25mb/s up, so who knows what speeds we can see on 5G networks (I can think of a few uses in home/office use that this will be helpful))
  • Cars of the future (electric, autonomous, etc...) 
  • IoT
  • and many more

Tbh, since alot of big announcements happen outside of tech shows now, I kinda could care less (but still is appreciated) about the content around desktop and gaming PCs at CES now (Computex, press, and gaming events are a thing). I am excited about the possibilities of technology that is being used in ways that is hasn't been used before. Yes I do have a gaming PC, gaming laptop, and a dedicated Linux PC that are from within the last two years, but Moore's law is kinda leveling out everywhere (why do you think Intel and AMD both have physically huge chips on the high-end).

 

So the some of the focus manufacturers are doing now is:

  • what can we connect to the internet
  • how can we make data centers more efficient so the consumer can use smaller and less powerful devices that offload the processing power to the cloud while having the same performance (my college does this with a good chunk of their general-use computer labs by using a VDI infrastructure to cut down on costs (both licensing, manpower, and energy)
  • how can we engage the customer
  • how can we produce and roll out this new technology as fast as we can while having quality, security, and effective costs (for both them and the consumer)

Part of why I am majoring in IT is because I want to do good things, show people what technology can do, and help people with technology (been doing the last two for years already).

 

I look forward to this thread. Because this will be the first year in three years I've been able to follow CES somewhat closely (last year, I was on vacation during CES so I kinda followed it but was busy doing other things a good chunk of the week and in 2017, I was a senior in High School and working in the evenings during the week of CES).


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CPU: i7-7700K  | Mobo: MSI C236A Workstation | RAM: 2x G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 8GB = 16 GB  | GPU: ASUS GTX 1070 Strix | Storage: Samsung 970 Evo 256 GB, WD Blue 1 TB, WD Red 2 TB, and WD Scorpio Blue 320 GB | Case: Enermax Ostrog Black and White | PSU: EVGA 600B 600W 80+ Bronze | Cooling: Noctua NH-U12S in Push/Pull with Black Noctua Industrial Fans, 2 120mm Noctua Chromax Fans, and Corsair AF120 on the side panel | Display: 22" Asus VE228 1920 x 1080 and a 34" LG 43WL500-B 2560 x 1080 on a WALI Arm (I share displays/desk with two builds) | Mouse: Logitech M705 | Keyboard: Logitech K350 | Random: 90mm of CableMod RGB Magnetic Strips | OS: Win 10 Education x64 

32" Samsung CF397 1920 x 1080

Linux/test Box:

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600  | Mobo: ASRock AB350M mATX | RAM: 2x Crucial 8 GB DDR4 = 16 GB | GPU: Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming | Storage: Sandisk SSD Plus 120 GB, Kingston 256GB SSD, 2x Seagate IronWolf NAS Drives  | Case: Corsair Carbide 88R mATX | PSU: Corsair CX500 | Cooling: Stock Cooler and 3x Cooler Master 120mm Fans | Display: 22" Asus VE228 1920 x 1080 and a 34" LG 43WL500-B 2560 x 1080 on a WALI Arm (I share displays/desk with two builds) | Keyboard: Logitech K270 | Mouse: Logitech M185  | OS: Ubuntu 18.04 and Windows 10 Pro x64

 

Laptop (Acer Pedator Helios 300):

CPU: i7-7700HQ  | RAM: 16 GB DDR4  | GPU: GTX 1060 6 GB | Storage: 256 GB SSD and Seagate 1 TB Firecuda | Display: Acer IPS 15.6" 1920 x 1080 Display | Mouse: Logitech M557 and built-in trackpad (never use lol) | Keyboard: built-in keyboard and Logitech K480 | OS: Windows 10 Pro x64

 

Other Devices I use:

Phone: iPhone 7 128GB Jet Black  | Tablet: iPad Mini 4 128GB LTE and a Surface Go 128GB with 8GB of RAM | Media Box: Apple TV 64GB | Amazon Echo Spot | TV: Some 42" JVC 1080p (this has a good image 6 years later) | Backpack: Some SwissGear Laptop Bag | Camera: GoPro Hero 5 with a Rode Mic | Zoom H1n | Blue Snowball |

 

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52 minutes ago, VegetableStu said:

okay version 1.0 is up, waiting it out for a few more edits/uploads before the day is over at the venue

Good luck for anymore updates this late.

East Coast it is 2:24 am EST

My timezone (middle of North America): 1:24 am CST

Mountain Time (between me and West Coast): 12:24 AM MT

West Coast: 11:24 PM PST there in Vegas (which is in NV (Nevada))

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Edited by This_guy1998
Time zone stuff

Personal Rig:

CPU: i7-7700K  | Mobo: MSI C236A Workstation | RAM: 2x G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 8GB = 16 GB  | GPU: ASUS GTX 1070 Strix | Storage: Samsung 970 Evo 256 GB, WD Blue 1 TB, WD Red 2 TB, and WD Scorpio Blue 320 GB | Case: Enermax Ostrog Black and White | PSU: EVGA 600B 600W 80+ Bronze | Cooling: Noctua NH-U12S in Push/Pull with Black Noctua Industrial Fans, 2 120mm Noctua Chromax Fans, and Corsair AF120 on the side panel | Display: 22" Asus VE228 1920 x 1080 and a 34" LG 43WL500-B 2560 x 1080 on a WALI Arm (I share displays/desk with two builds) | Mouse: Logitech M705 | Keyboard: Logitech K350 | Random: 90mm of CableMod RGB Magnetic Strips | OS: Win 10 Education x64 

32" Samsung CF397 1920 x 1080

Linux/test Box:

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600  | Mobo: ASRock AB350M mATX | RAM: 2x Crucial 8 GB DDR4 = 16 GB | GPU: Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming | Storage: Sandisk SSD Plus 120 GB, Kingston 256GB SSD, 2x Seagate IronWolf NAS Drives  | Case: Corsair Carbide 88R mATX | PSU: Corsair CX500 | Cooling: Stock Cooler and 3x Cooler Master 120mm Fans | Display: 22" Asus VE228 1920 x 1080 and a 34" LG 43WL500-B 2560 x 1080 on a WALI Arm (I share displays/desk with two builds) | Keyboard: Logitech K270 | Mouse: Logitech M185  | OS: Ubuntu 18.04 and Windows 10 Pro x64

 

Laptop (Acer Pedator Helios 300):

CPU: i7-7700HQ  | RAM: 16 GB DDR4  | GPU: GTX 1060 6 GB | Storage: 256 GB SSD and Seagate 1 TB Firecuda | Display: Acer IPS 15.6" 1920 x 1080 Display | Mouse: Logitech M557 and built-in trackpad (never use lol) | Keyboard: built-in keyboard and Logitech K480 | OS: Windows 10 Pro x64

 

Other Devices I use:

Phone: iPhone 7 128GB Jet Black  | Tablet: iPad Mini 4 128GB LTE and a Surface Go 128GB with 8GB of RAM | Media Box: Apple TV 64GB | Amazon Echo Spot | TV: Some 42" JVC 1080p (this has a good image 6 years later) | Backpack: Some SwissGear Laptop Bag | Camera: GoPro Hero 5 with a Rode Mic | Zoom H1n | Blue Snowball |

 

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1/07 Recap:

 

1/08 Recap:

 

1/09 Recap:

1/10 Recap:

Didn't do one. I was out all day.

 

1/11 Recap:

Edited by This_guy1998
Added articles 1/12 @ 12:38 AM CST

Personal Rig:

CPU: i7-7700K  | Mobo: MSI C236A Workstation | RAM: 2x G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 8GB = 16 GB  | GPU: ASUS GTX 1070 Strix | Storage: Samsung 970 Evo 256 GB, WD Blue 1 TB, WD Red 2 TB, and WD Scorpio Blue 320 GB | Case: Enermax Ostrog Black and White | PSU: EVGA 600B 600W 80+ Bronze | Cooling: Noctua NH-U12S in Push/Pull with Black Noctua Industrial Fans, 2 120mm Noctua Chromax Fans, and Corsair AF120 on the side panel | Display: 22" Asus VE228 1920 x 1080 and a 34" LG 43WL500-B 2560 x 1080 on a WALI Arm (I share displays/desk with two builds) | Mouse: Logitech M705 | Keyboard: Logitech K350 | Random: 90mm of CableMod RGB Magnetic Strips | OS: Win 10 Education x64 

32" Samsung CF397 1920 x 1080

Linux/test Box:

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600  | Mobo: ASRock AB350M mATX | RAM: 2x Crucial 8 GB DDR4 = 16 GB | GPU: Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming | Storage: Sandisk SSD Plus 120 GB, Kingston 256GB SSD, 2x Seagate IronWolf NAS Drives  | Case: Corsair Carbide 88R mATX | PSU: Corsair CX500 | Cooling: Stock Cooler and 3x Cooler Master 120mm Fans | Display: 22" Asus VE228 1920 x 1080 and a 34" LG 43WL500-B 2560 x 1080 on a WALI Arm (I share displays/desk with two builds) | Keyboard: Logitech K270 | Mouse: Logitech M185  | OS: Ubuntu 18.04 and Windows 10 Pro x64

 

Laptop (Acer Pedator Helios 300):

CPU: i7-7700HQ  | RAM: 16 GB DDR4  | GPU: GTX 1060 6 GB | Storage: 256 GB SSD and Seagate 1 TB Firecuda | Display: Acer IPS 15.6" 1920 x 1080 Display | Mouse: Logitech M557 and built-in trackpad (never use lol) | Keyboard: built-in keyboard and Logitech K480 | OS: Windows 10 Pro x64

 

Other Devices I use:

Phone: iPhone 7 128GB Jet Black  | Tablet: iPad Mini 4 128GB LTE and a Surface Go 128GB with 8GB of RAM | Media Box: Apple TV 64GB | Amazon Echo Spot | TV: Some 42" JVC 1080p (this has a good image 6 years later) | Backpack: Some SwissGear Laptop Bag | Camera: GoPro Hero 5 with a Rode Mic | Zoom H1n | Blue Snowball |

 

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56 minutes ago, VegetableStu said:

I'm going to try my best to include non-PC hardware coverage, but currently I'm depending heavily on The Verge, so if you know of any outlet that has foot presence in CES, and posts articles that does not solely contains press images, please do comment in the thread. Thanks!

Used to be I relied mostly on CNET, "Android/Windows/etc" Authority for my CES (and other tech news) coverage (pre-2015) because I used to mainly keep up with consumer electronics and software projects (mostly fiddling around with them and they usually were some kind of mod for the consumer tech).

 

(That was before I dove deep and started following and messing with newer computer hardware, which was strange because I've tinkered with computers since I was 7 (software mostly), got into messing with PC hardware (mostly hand-me-downs), when I was 10. Got the first mobile i3 in a laptop in 2010 when I turned 12. Kept up with consumer electronics (bought some with gift money) and software projects from 12-16. Then I learned about new PC hardware and how to build a PC from strach when I was 16 (2015). After that when I was 17 (mid 2016) I built my first PC. I turned 18 towards the end of 2016 and started learning networking and coding (Java and Python) at a local college when I was a High School Senior. Started college as a IT major in 2017 and turned 19 not to long after. Those are just some highlights of me and my technology journey.)

 

The way The Verge has been lately with some of their PC content and their attitude towards content creators on Youtube and other platforms I try to ignore them now. 

 

Edit:

It's all these site I used to follow that are related to Android Authority (some of them are new too by the looks). Also Pocketnow is a good one too.

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Personal Rig:

CPU: i7-7700K  | Mobo: MSI C236A Workstation | RAM: 2x G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 8GB = 16 GB  | GPU: ASUS GTX 1070 Strix | Storage: Samsung 970 Evo 256 GB, WD Blue 1 TB, WD Red 2 TB, and WD Scorpio Blue 320 GB | Case: Enermax Ostrog Black and White | PSU: EVGA 600B 600W 80+ Bronze | Cooling: Noctua NH-U12S in Push/Pull with Black Noctua Industrial Fans, 2 120mm Noctua Chromax Fans, and Corsair AF120 on the side panel | Display: 22" Asus VE228 1920 x 1080 and a 34" LG 43WL500-B 2560 x 1080 on a WALI Arm (I share displays/desk with two builds) | Mouse: Logitech M705 | Keyboard: Logitech K350 | Random: 90mm of CableMod RGB Magnetic Strips | OS: Win 10 Education x64 

32" Samsung CF397 1920 x 1080

Linux/test Box:

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600  | Mobo: ASRock AB350M mATX | RAM: 2x Crucial 8 GB DDR4 = 16 GB | GPU: Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming | Storage: Sandisk SSD Plus 120 GB, Kingston 256GB SSD, 2x Seagate IronWolf NAS Drives  | Case: Corsair Carbide 88R mATX | PSU: Corsair CX500 | Cooling: Stock Cooler and 3x Cooler Master 120mm Fans | Display: 22" Asus VE228 1920 x 1080 and a 34" LG 43WL500-B 2560 x 1080 on a WALI Arm (I share displays/desk with two builds) | Keyboard: Logitech K270 | Mouse: Logitech M185  | OS: Ubuntu 18.04 and Windows 10 Pro x64

 

Laptop (Acer Pedator Helios 300):

CPU: i7-7700HQ  | RAM: 16 GB DDR4  | GPU: GTX 1060 6 GB | Storage: 256 GB SSD and Seagate 1 TB Firecuda | Display: Acer IPS 15.6" 1920 x 1080 Display | Mouse: Logitech M557 and built-in trackpad (never use lol) | Keyboard: built-in keyboard and Logitech K480 | OS: Windows 10 Pro x64

 

Other Devices I use:

Phone: iPhone 7 128GB Jet Black  | Tablet: iPad Mini 4 128GB LTE and a Surface Go 128GB with 8GB of RAM | Media Box: Apple TV 64GB | Amazon Echo Spot | TV: Some 42" JVC 1080p (this has a good image 6 years later) | Backpack: Some SwissGear Laptop Bag | Camera: GoPro Hero 5 with a Rode Mic | Zoom H1n | Blue Snowball |

 

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Why does LG need two?


Specs: Motherboard: Asus X470-PLUS TUF gaming (Yes I know it's poor but I wasn't informed) RAM: Corsair VENGEANCE® LPX DDR4 3200Mhz CL16-18-18-36 2x8GB

            CPU: Ryzen 7 2700X @ 4.2Ghz          Case: Antec P8     PSU: G.Storm GS850                        Cooler: Antec K240 with two Noctura Industrial PPC 3000 PWM

            Drives: Samsung 970 EVO plus 250GB, Micron 1100 2TB, Seagate ST4000DM000/1F2168 GPU: EVGA RTX 2080 ti Black edition @ 2Ghz

                                                                                                                             

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys (if anyone's reading ,_,) for Monday's updates I'll be AFK for the most part, which means I'll be missing out possibly the entire day on the presentations and updates.

Maybe check Techlinked in the meantime (or the list of outlets at the bottom of the OP). I'll be updating way past midnight PST

 

That means skipping Intel's and LG's presentation as well, so if anyone wants to make a livethread please do!

PS: if you see anything that you have strong feelings for or against: do make a thread! (but please follow guidelines ._.)

Sorry for triple posting, needed to pin this comment ,_,

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https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/7/18168800/razer-raptor-gaming-monitor-blade-advanced-nvidia-rtx-price-ces-2019

 

Razer making a monitor. 1440p 144hz. Apparently the ultimate gaming experience despite not being ultrawide, because razer. Aluminum and has USB-C tho which is kinda cool

 

also blades with rtx

 

also asus made a fucking rgb router


My PCs:

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6 hours ago, VegetableStu said:

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That Asus 43" display looks awesome, wonder if it will eventually fall under NV's new "gsync compatible" adoption of freesync displays. Cause I'd jump all over that display.


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The monitors on the Thronos are going to fall on my head...


 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Day 1 Updates - 2019.01.7
 

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*pruning markers

 

Vloggy Fluff

 

two picks: Asus made a laptop with a reverse notch ._. (hello breakage city)

 

and Alphacool made... *sigh*.... an Eisball

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eh I realised a few techtubers got shipped hardware prior-to-CES-as-part-of-CES ._. not sure how i'd feel posting against the Booth-Only rule

but it's probably better for them, since they don't have to edit as hard on day 0 ._.

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@VegetableStu Honestly, I think it's better. The Booths themselves really are just display pieces. The major point of CES is business networking & product launches. Giving "media" access before to do proper showcases works a lot better. That ASUS ... lap-tablet?... works a lot better in this form than a 3 minute, quick announcement video on the show floor.

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5 hours ago, Taf the Ghost said:

@VegetableStu Honestly, I think it's better. The Booths themselves really are just display pieces. The major point of CES is business networking & product launches. Giving "media" access before to do proper showcases works a lot better. That ASUS ... lap-tablet?... works a lot better in this form than a 3 minute, quick announcement video on the show floor.

yeah fair ._. it does more justice to the items while in the reviewer's studio.

maybe I was expecting a bit more on the showfloor side of the things

 

speaking of which, if I'm ever doing the computex megathread this year, I'll need to change the way I populate and organise the list (or even how I see things) ,_, I'm starting to get TMI fatigue lol (coming back sick didn't help today ,_,) but hopefully tomorrow's better because team techtube should be starting to post videos soon!

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2 minutes ago, VegetableStu said:

yeah fair ._. it does more justice to the items while in the reviewer's studio.

maybe I was expecting a bit more on the showfloor side of the things

 

speaking of which, if I'm ever doing the computex megathread this year, I'll need to change the way I populate and organise the list ,_, I'm starting to get TMI fatigue lol (coming back sick didn't help today ,_,) but hopefully tomorrow's better because team techtube should be starting to post videos soon!

It's appreciated!

 

Content that's broken out/hits the cycle early or late can gain better momentum, rather than being the "ah, that was an interesting 2 minutes" and forgotten.

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Do you guys know if noctua has a booth this year? 

Nice thread vegetableStu, fair play for keepiinh it up to date. 


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