HTC's new Vive line-up, Samsung back into gaming laptops
This is CNET and here are the latent stories from CES 2019.
HTC used its CES press conference to announce a new line of Vive VR headsets.
The Vive Cosmos, it's a consumer friendly version of the Vive, promising an easier set up and more comfortable use.
Then there's the Vive Pro Eye that features eye tracking.
Which is considered the next big tech to come out of VR.
Finally, HTC also introduced the Viveport Infinity, which will serve as a content marketplace for VR material and offer a subscription service.
Samsung is re-entering the mobile gaming market with a few laptops designed with high performance gaming Featuring NVIDIA's new RTX 2080 GPUs, the Odyssey notebook will also support 1080p in a [UNKNOWN] monitor with 144 Hertz refresh rate.
This isn't anything new, though, for the latest in laptop gaming tech.
But it shows that Samsung is trying to get serious about it once again.
And finally, now Vizio is joining the growing list of TV makers who will support Apple's Airplay 2 and home kit, leading many to believe that Apple's original streaming content service is on the horizon.
We expect to see more TV makers to make similar announcements at the show.
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