The new laptops, gaming PCs and two-in-one convertibles announced at CES 2019, from RTX-powered gaming rigs to OLED-screen hybrids.
Plus more HP systems add privacy protecting SmartView screens.
We found 85 tech standouts that spoke to us above the din of the CES show floor.
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From gaming giants with RTX graphics to incredibly slim laptops, the lineup of new computers at CES covered a lot of ground.
AMD's new GPU helps push 4K and frame rates to new levels -- and it launches for $699 this February.
The big news: AMD's jump into the market. Plus, new Google-powered laptops and convertibles from Acer, Asus and HP.
Custom system builders like Origin PC and Maingear offer specialty products to stand out from the big guys.
Smaller, slimmer Black Edition models arrive at CES 2019 with a notch of a different kind.
The Emperium 65 costs twice as much as a top-of-the-line 65-inch OLED TV.
We've been using the $650, stripped-down entry-level model launched at CES 2019 and think it may be exactly what some of you've been waiting for.
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