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  1. hmscott

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    There are some existing options for 4k @ 120hz, like the already shipping Studio laptops and Razor's 4k 120hz laptop. Without new GPU's there isn't much better 4k performance to encourage a push for new 4k @ 120hz models; current models can perform as well as new ones. New Intel CPU's in high end laptops aren't getting appreciably better, and the new 10c/20t i9 10900K may be detuned to draw less power, or run hotter than previous 8c/16t K sku's.

    At this CES there seems to be a focus on much higher than 120hz / 144k refresh rate 1080p screens. CES 2020 is featuring mostly 1080p @ 240hz / 300hz+.

    Click on 4k 120hz laptop CES 2020 to see what else that search finds now, and as time moves forward.

    CES 2020: NVIDIA Turing Laptops - ASUS 360hz Gaming Monitor !
    Jan 7, 2020
    KitGuruTech
    Leo and Luke are over at CES in Las Vegas this week for all the latest on the newest releases. Today they spent some time with Nvidia to look at the plethora of new turing laptops they are bringing out with partners in 2020. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2FuuXYp
    See this youtube's details area for far more details on what is in the video...
    ***pics - RTX Studio Laptop, HP AIO Davinci AI GeForce, ASUS ProArt, Nvidia Gaugan • RTX studio makes a lot of sense as creators don’t constantly want driver updates for new games that they don’t care about if just doing Premiere and other Adobe stuff - makes sense • Showing Adobe Premiere Pro doing video reframing for usage on different screen resolutions (e.g. mobile phone) and using AI with the GPU acceleration to do the task. • ASUS ProArt StudioBook One Quadro RTX 6000 shows what power can be put inside a laptop. Already seen at IFA but Nvidia confirmed that they worked hard with ASUS to do the design especially for cooling. o The demo was showing a really heavy CAD image of a person that was rendering when selected and moved. Pushing the CUDA capability of the RTX 6000 Quadro very hard indeed • HP AIO PC with up to RTX 2080 Max-Q. The system was surprisingly sleek. Using the GPU to do AI-based computation for inserting intermediate frames into slowed down 8K R3D footage. With this mode, the video looked choppy but with the AI smoothing feature, the inserted frames helped smooth motion. A few seconds of this test footage took a few mins to complete the smoothing task on a GeForce power system, Intel iGPU should be far longer, and CPU only was around an hour. • Nvidia Gaugan is a cool feature that uses AI inference to try to infer what is trying to be drawn on a screen with a pen. Cool feature and useful for artists who need a quick, basic model


    Good luck, and I hope you find what you are looking for. :)

    One more thing. Often laptops that get announced at CES don't come out in volume until March or even later, so be prepared to wait for what you want from CES 2020. If you need something right now or soon, I would recommend getting whatever is best available now:

    Linus makes some good points about 4k laptops...

    I THOUGHT I wanted this... - Razer Blade Pro 17 Review
    Nov 19, 2019
    Linus Tech Tips


    Nvidia Studio Laptops Are Here! 4K 120Hz?
    May 27, 2019
    Jarrod'sTech
    Nvidia just announced Studio laptops at Computex 2019, but what does this mean? Let’s take a look at some of the new laptops available, and discuss the new 4K 120Hz G-Sync laptop panels that are coming.


    New ASUS Strix and Zephyrus Gaming Laptops!
    Jun 1, 2019
    Jarrod'sTech
    ASUS have a lot new gaming laptops at Computex 2019, we’ll start off by looking at the new Strix G, Hero III and Scar III, followed by the new Zephyrus GA502, GU502, and GX502 gaming laptops and get hands on with the new 4K 120Hz laptop panel.


    Razer Blade Pro 17- 4K 120Hz Review
    Oct 10, 2019
    MobileTechReview
    Lisa Gade reviews the just released 4K UHD 120Hz fast refresh display + wide color gamut edition of the 2019 Razer Blade Pro 17. Fast refresh 4K laptop displays are very rare, so this is one of the few that is well suited to both 4K content creation and high fps gaming. This is a high end configuration with NVIDIA RTX 2080 Max-Q and 1TB SSD. A Core i7-9750H 6-core processor, Razer Chroma per key RGB backlit keyboard and Thunderbolt 3 are standard on the Blade Pro 17.
    For a more in-depth review of the Blade Pro 17, check out original review here.
     
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    More coverage about the new AMD Asus laptops announced at CES 2020:

    New ASUS Zephyrus G14 and G15 Laptops - 1440p Returns at CES 2020?
    Jan 7, 202
    Jarrod'sTech
    ASUS are launching the most powerful 14” gaming laptop in the world at CES 2020, the Zephyrus G14. The G14 somehow manages to squeeze Nvidia RTX 2060 graphics inside combined with an 8 core Ryzen 4800H CPU. If that’s not enough for you, there’s also a G15, let’s go through what we know so far about these new gaming laptops in this video! Check out the rest of my CES 2020 coverage here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pq-5r...


    Continuing CNET Live coverage of CES 2020:

    CES 2020 Livestream: Tech tours and demos from the show floor in Las Vegas
    Started streaming 103 minutes ago
    It’s day 2 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Join us Wednesday, Jan. 8th at 9 a.m. PT
     
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    Thanks for the input. Though, I won't be gaming in 4K, my primary usage will be development and real estate is much needed when on the go. When gaming occasionally, I'ld totally be fine with FHD..
     
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    Have you looked at the MSI Workstation WS75, WE75, and WT75?:

    MSI Mobile Workstation WS75
    https://www.msi.com/Workstation/WS75-Mobile-Workstation

    MSI Mobile Workstation WE75
    https://www.msi.com/Workstation/WE75-Mobile-Workstation

    MSI Mobile Workstation WT75
    https://www.msi.com/Workstation/WT75-Mobile-Workstation

    There are other Studio and Creator laptops from MSI and other brands out there, or coming soon... :)
     
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    Thanks for all the uploads and in particular this video from kitguru! Laptop content has been limited and this is one of the only videos that actually shows workstations (albeit briefly).

    That StudioBook One looks fantastic - I'd love to have a new workstation laptop this year. I'm sure that RTX 6000 quadro is going to blow the cost of this beyond the extreme upper limit of my budget, but one can dream haha.

    The jury is out until we have reviews of the 4000 series ryzen mobile processors, a bit disheartening though that no manufacturers stepped up with another socketed AM4 system featuring the 65w desktop parts. Especially when Asus and Acer did this the past two years when the 1700 and 2700 made much less sense than Zen 2 in the power/performance envelope for mobile.

    I suspect I'll have to wait for 2021 or later before a mobile 17" AMD workstation becomes a reality.
     
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    AMD's range of Ryzen 4000 APU's + 5x00M GPU's should cover most of the range of needs for laptops, which parallels AMD's range of desktop components.

    A 3700x 65w desktop part is the same as the 3800x 105w desktop part except for power binning and power delivery, and in a laptop there are tighter thermal limits than on a desktop.

    My 65w rated 3700x draws as much as 105w under fierce load - AMD doesn't lock out voltage tuning or overclocking or power control - and my 3700x sustains that power draw as long as it can remain cool. With water cooling during continuous load between 65w-105w my 3700x runs between 50c-75c depending on the kind of 100% load I give it. That is at a manual all core OC of 4343mhz @ 3.25v threshold.

    Hopefully AMD Ryzen 4000 CPU's and Radeon 5x00 GPU's will also have unlocked power limits so that laptop vendors can tune their AMD laptops with more capable cooling to higher performance - close to desktop performance.

    Laptops are limited by power delivery to the CPU / GPU and the resulting cooling requirements - and vendors size the laptop performance to match the customer demand for smaller, thinner, lighter laptops - even if that sizing is detrimental to the performance of the laptop. Many laptop buyers want performance, but most seem to prefer and purchase smaller form factor laptops.

    I expect that the AMD's mobile 4xxxH CPU and 5x00M GPU should be able to reach AMD desktop level performance, now we have to wait to see if vendors deliver the full performance possible. :)
     
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    CES 2020 has a wide range of interesting technology...

    Core meditation device hands-on at CES 2020
    Jan 5, 2020
    Engadget
    Being a tech journalist is a stressful job. And CES is the most stressful time of year. So naturally, I'm looking for any opportunity I have to take a couple of minutes, breathe, relax and just focus on myself. Which meant the first thing I did when I rolled into Unveiled -- basically the officially kickoff party for CES -- was wander over the booth for Core, a device designed to help you meditate.
    Read our full story on Engadget: https://www.engadget.com/2020/01/05/c...


    Talking with Neon AI, Samsung’s best attempt at being human
    Jan 7, 2020
    CNET
    Neon has built up a lot of hype at CES 2020, and we got a chance to see the first live demo in action. Neon is a lifelike avatar from a Samsung research subsidiary called Star Labs. It’s designed to look, talk and move like a human. After the demo, I had a chance to talk to Neon myself. I wanted to see if this ambitious tech could live up to the hype.


    This digital mirror creates your personal smart home avatar
    Jan 6, 2020
    CNET
    LG’s smart home of the future offered an embarrassing look at my digital self after I made it through the high-tech smart door.


    The new Gatebox at CES 2020
    Jan 8, 2020
    Engadget


    UBTECH Walker hands-on at CES 2020
    Jan 8, 2020
    Engadget


    PiBo first look at CES 2020
    Jan 8, 2020
    Engadget
    It can get lonely living on your own, especially when you've got a landlord that doesn't allow pets or roommates. But instead of dropping two grand on an Aibo, check out this unnervingly cute companion robot from Korean developer, Circulus. Say hello to piBo. PiBo is built with service in mind. It can act as an alarm clock, recount the day's weather and top news stories, play music, take pictures and remind you of upcoming appointments. Its functionality is easily expanded to include home security integration, voice and facial recognition and more thanks to a dedicated app store. You can even code your own programs and features if have the skills. PiBo itself can be controlled through voice commands, QR-embedded flash cards, or through its associated dashboard app (available for both iOS and Android).
    Read our full story on Engadget: https://www.engadget.com/2020-01-07-p...
     
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    Clevo did: https://twitter.com/LinusTech/status/1214966482183974912?s=20
     
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    Digital Trends Live Coverage of CES 2020...

    Right now they are hosting Celestron Telescopes... :)


    Consumer Electronics Show (CES) - Day Three - Digital Trends Live - 1.8.20
    Started streaming 3 hours ago
    Digital Trends
    On the show today: Greg Nibler and Maude Garrett are live covering the biggest consumer tech show on the planet. We'll be taking you on a journey around the show to bring you the latest, leading-edge technology; WWE World Champion Becky Lynch will be joining us at the booth - no promises Greg doesn't get body slammed; Famed automaker Henrik Fisker and the Fisker Ocean EV; Execs from the new streaming platform for short-form content Quibi from Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman; 3D Printing with Formlabs; The future of personal computing with the CTO of Dell; Artificial Intelligence with Standard Cognition; and it wouldn't be a show with Tech Briefs with Flipboard's Ken Yeung; All those interviews and the latest news from CES.


    Lon usually has a lot of good CES coverage...

    CES 2020 Dispatch 1 - New Stuff from HP, Dell, and many more! Even Toilets and Telescopes!
    Jan 7, 2020
    Lon.TV
    #CES2020 coverage here - http://lon.tv/ces2020
    00:36 - CES Unveiled
    00:56 - Dell XPS 13
    01:38 - Kohler Smart Toilet
    02:17 - Kohler Smart Shower
    02:47 - Benjilock Smart Lock
    03:23 - Withings Scanwatch
    04:10 - Pepcom Digital Experience
    04:28 - Plugable USB-C / Thunderbolt Dock
    05:22 - Plugable 2.5G Ethernet
    06:02 - OOMA Telo Phone Line
    07:05 - Mevo Streaming Camera
    08:47 - Hoop Security Camera
    10:05 - LYNQ Tracker
    11:17 - 4moms Momaroo Basonette
    12:01 - Aukey Power Adapters
    12:56 - Seagate Thunderbolt Dock
    13:30 - Seagate Gaming Drive
    13:55 - IoGear Upstream Pro Video Switcher
    15:27 - Anker Powerhouse 100 Portable Battery
    16:19 - Sandisk Ibi 17:01 - HP Envy 32
    18:08 - HP Spectre 15
    18:34 - Celestron Explorer DX Telescope
    20:31 - Conclusion
     
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    "Cars" coverage of CES 2020:

    The cars of CES 2020
    Jan 8, 2020
    Engadget
    So many concept cars. And a flying taxi!


    Hyundai S-A1 Air Taxi first look at CES 2020
    Jan 7, 2020
    Engadget
    Uber's flying taxi initiative is edging closer to reality. The ridesharing giant and Hyundai have unveiled a previously hinted-at flying taxi concept, the S-A1, that could ultimately handle Uber Air trips. It's not a radical break from projects with other partners, but that would still make it a very flexible vehicle. The all-electric aircraft would take off and land vertically, and carry as many as four passengers at cruising speeds of up to 180MPH for trips as far as 60 miles. Although it would have a pilot at first, it would ultimately be fully autonomous.
    Read our full story on Engadget: https://www.engadget.com/2020-01-06-h...


    See Sony's Vision-S car concept at CES 2020
    Jan 6, 2020
    CNET Highlights
    At CES 2020, Sony shows off a car concept equipped with mobility tech of the future.


    The Car Tech At CES 2020 (And Yes, Sony Did Bring A Car)!
    Jan 8, 2020
    Driven Car Reviews
    There’s a lot of automotive tech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Sony shocked everyone by bringing a car, the Vision S. But there was more to check out at the CES show. Hyundai brought an aircraft. Nissan served ice cream. Tom Voelk walked the floor for hours so you don’t have to.


    Testing BMW's WILD Autonomous Driving Concept!
    Jan 7, 2020
    iJustine
    I got an awesome glimpse into the future of mobility and everything that BMW is showcasing at CES especially this really awesome BMW i Interaction Ease concept.. What would you most want in a self driving car interior experience?


    Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR first look at CES 2020
    Jan 7, 2020
    Engadget
    Mercedes has made sure to play up its tech chops during the past few CES events and this year is no different. But instead of a straight autonomous electric vehicle, it's gone a little wacky with the vehicle that's based on the Avatar movie. Yep, the James Cameron film. The Mercedes-Benz AVTR (advance vision transportation) is electric and can drive forwards and sideways. The vehicles is a rolling light show with displays that spread out beyond the dash. The vehicle has clear doors to get the driver closer to nature. Read our full story on Engadget: https://www.engadget.com/2020-01-07-m...


    Audi AI:ME first look at CES 2020
    Jan 6, 2020
    Engadget
    The AI:Me (pronounced Amy) is the automaker's "empathetic mobility partner." With level-4 abilities, the self-driving vehicle is built for dense urban environments. Its small footprint makes nimble enough to cruise down small roads and park in tiny spaces. Yet, the AI:Me is more than just a small, smart car. Audi wants it to be a sanctuary. The interior is meant to resemble a home with a completely wood dash, cluster and center console. The seats feel more like swanky Swedish furniture than a car seat and its copious amount of glass makes the interior feel much larger than it actually is.
    Read the full story at Engadget: https://www.engadget.com/2020-01-06-a...
     
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