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Cool Tech Announced At CES 2018 That We Look Forward To (Apple, Dell, Nvidia, Intel, AMD, HP, Acer, Razer, Asus)

CES 2018 has been very interesting indeed and while there was already a lot that we were hoping to see in 2018, we got plenty of additional announcements and a couple of tech prototypes that we are interested in checking out. You can click here to check out hardware products that are coming out in 2018 that we are interested in checking out (our list before CES 2018).

AI was a huge part of CES 2018 and we also saw that companies were coming together in order to work on AR and it seems that Apple will be one of those companies as well. You can click here to find out more about Apple AR products that will be coming out in the new future.

Without further delay lets get into the cool tech announced at CES 2018 that we are interested in checking out.

All The Cool Tech Announced At CES 2018

While there was plenty of tech that was announced and showcased at CES 2018 we are not going to look at all of it. Here are the things that we found interesting.

Gaming Displays At CES 2018

The following are all the gaming-related displays that caught our attention at CES 2018.

Nvidia 4K 120 Hz 65-inch Gaming Display

Gaming Displays were one of the things that caught our attention at CES 2018. One of the big reasons why that happened is that Nvidia announced the big form factor displays in partnership with Acer, HP and Asus. You can check out the different models here.

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Gaming Monitors From LG, Dell And Lenovo

Besides the huge screen that Nvidia introduced there were other displays that caught our attention. These include the LG 32UK950, LG 34WK95U, Dell Ultrathin S2719DM and Lenovo ThinkVision P32U. You can check them all out here.

Professional And Gaming Laptops From CES 2018

There were a couple of laptops that caught our eye at CES 2018 and one, in particular, was the Razor Project Linda. Basically, it is a laptop that is powered by the Razer Phone. This is in the prototype phase so it might not be mass produced but it is a very cool concept and something that we are looking forward to.

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You can check out Razor Project Linda as well as other professional and gaming laptops from CES 2018 that caught our attention here. The new Dell XPS 15 2-in-1 was also released which features AMD integrated graphics and you can check that out here.

7nm AMD Vega And AMD Navi GPU Architectures Announced

7nm AMD Vega refresh and upcoming next-gen AMD Navi graphics architecture were announced at CES 2018 and that is something that we are looking forward to checking out. While Vega might not have been the best thing we have seen this year but we hope that 7nm will improve performance and decrease the power requirements.

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There is a lot of hype surrounding AMD Navi architecture and while you should not get too hyped right now, we should not lose hope either. AMD is the underdog here so we wish the company the best of luck for 2018. You can check out more information regarding 7nm AMD Vega refresh and upcoming next-gen AMD Navi graphics architecture here.

AMD Radeon Vega Mobile Announced

AMD Radeon Vega Mobile has also been announced and this should be able to bring performance to the laptop market. This is something that we will be looking forward to. It will be interesting to see if this technology will be similar to the Nvidia Max-Q tech. You can check out more information regarding AMD Radeon Vega Mobile here.

NZXT N7 Z370 Motherboard Revealed

NZXT is known for their coolers and cases but the NZXT N7 Z370 was revealed at CES 2018. While the company might be new to the game and the price is pretty high for a motherboard I have to say that the motherboard looks very clean and there are so many features that you will be interested in you favor NZXT tech. You can learn more here.

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Nvidia GeForce Experience Freestyle Feature

Nvidia GeForce Experience Freestyle feature was also announced at CES 2018 and this feature allows you to apply filters to your game in real-time. You can check it out here.

Let us know what you think about this tech from CES 2018 and what are you most excited about.