Origin PC brings a 16-inch gaming laptop to CES 2019
Origin PC, the Miami-based custom gaming PC builder, always a lot of interesting stuff to show off at CES.
Well, this year is no different.
First off was the Evo 16S, that is thin and light gaming laptop that, as you might guess from the name, has a 16.1" Full HD screen.
Usually you get a 15 or a 17, very rarely do you see something that deviates from that, and I love that the 16-inch screen fits into what is essentially a 15-inch size laptop chastity.
And of course because it's a new for 2019 laptop, it's got NVidia's new RTX graphics cards.
Of course, you can get the RTX line across all of Origin PCS laptops and desktops more in the concept piece prototype category.
Is this still unnamed giant motorized standing desk?
If you prefer to work or game standing up you can do that.
If you want to do it sitting down you can do that and stop anywhere along the way it's extra wide.
So there's room for cable routing through little holes in the top.
A place to put all your ports and outlets if you wanna punch in extra stuff and even a big monitor arm that comes up to hold your monitor.
There is no price or date on that [INAUDIBLE] it's just a prototype for now, I like it, it might be a little big for a New York apartment and sadly so for missing in action is something called the origin PC cube which is supposed to be a small form factor the last cube desktop prototype Lost in shipping hopefully will get to CES before I have to leave.
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