Next major gaming/PC event

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  1. Penchaud

    Penchaud Notebook Consultant

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    Hello,

    I am sorry if this topic is to be discussed on this section, but I could not find a more appropriate forum to cater for this topic.

    Can someone please tell me the next major gaming event, that will showcase the newest technology for 2019?
     
  2. HaloGod2012

    HaloGod2012 Notebook Deity

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    CES 2019, especially the Nvidia booth January 6th. May see some max Q variants of the 2060 and 2070 for laptops, which isn’t anything exciting at all


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  3. IKAS V

    IKAS V Notebook Prophet

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    Maybe for you I’m more interested in the 2060/2070 laptops than the higher end GPU’s.
     
  4. Charles P. Jefferies

    Charles P. Jefferies TG Lead Moderator Super Moderator

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    CES 2019 as noted is the closest. Check our front page late this week/next week, I'll be covering the latest PC news for NBR.

    Midway through the year there's Computex Taipei (May 28-June 1).

    CeBIT is no more, this past year was the last one (2018).

    Charles
     
  5. eth3rton

    eth3rton Notebook Geek

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    Anything good come from CES 2019? Foldable displays and smartphones shown?
     
  6. ryzeki

    ryzeki Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    I liked the regular ATX form factor PSUs with dual redundant smaller PSUs inside. I was very tired of having to deal with rack-only desktops.

    Several manufacturers showed off refreshes for laptops/desktop cases and many more. I thought the Asus Mothership was interesting. It seems more vendors are going for thin bezels around the screen for major notebook models. Dell/alienware came out with a big bulky laptop with desktop CPU again despite saying they wouldn't haha :p

    AMD Dropped their Radeon VII GPU, shattering the wallets and dreams of everyone expecting more performance at lower prices. Ryzen 3 is shaping up to be a good product.

    All laptops will refresh to RTX GPUs, delivering the exact same performance we already have but with a new name :p:p:rolleyes:

    didn't check Smarphones. Oh yeah, foldable OLEDs, also more Transparent prototypes I think. I really want an OLED HDR TV but they are so expensive. I already spend so much on my laptop, that its hard for me to essentially spend twice the same ammount but on a TV, when I have a perfectly good TV hahaha.
     
  7. Trystan Baltazar

    Trystan Baltazar Notebook Consultant

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    Personally, I saw a lot of good stuff especially for the gaming laptop segment :) The new DELL G series of laptops are getting refreshed with thinner and bezels and 144HZ display options :D The new AW M17 and the refreshed M15. I am intrigued by both the ASUS ROG Mothership and the Alienware Area 51M. New RTX 20 series GPUs for laptops, here's hoping to either pick one up or get a good deal on a GTX 10 Series one. :)

    Speaking of foldable displays, there is one that could actually roll itself down when not in use, LG I believe. When I first saw it, I was like... HOW?! :O
    There is also a foldable phone... :3 xD Yeah.. I immediately knew, that Yep.. I could never afford those xD lol
     
  8. eth3rton

    eth3rton Notebook Geek

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    Some year I would like to see one of these events in person. Sounds like a lot of fun!
     
  9. ryzeki

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    Definitely recommended. These types of events can be super exciting when you get to try new tech. I remember when I first tried the HTC Vive, I didn't even knew what it was, and barely knew about Occulus. It blew me away.
     
  10. eth3rton

    eth3rton Notebook Geek

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    Any advancements in VR? Didn't Occulos file for bankruptcy?
     
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