The CES 2021 is coming to end but brands still have their bag full of fun and futuristic tech that are going to rule in the upcoming tech era. This year’s CES wasn’t that fun like other years due to the current pandemic going on, but at the same time, it also wasn’t dull as well. Like every year, OEM and brands from across the whole showdcases their techs with full enthusiasm.
Without further ado, let us go through the major highlights of CES 2021 Day 3 from brands like Alienware, Razer, Lenovo, Asus, etc for their advance and improved piece of tech for the upcoming year.
CES 2021 Day 3 Major Highlights
Dell at CES 2021
Dell Announces Alienware m15 R4 and m17 R4
We don’t think anyone needs any introduction to Alienware laptops and desktops. Alienware has been ruling the world of gaming PCs for a long time. These latest gaming laptops come with the best configuration right now in the market, the design and aesthetic are top-notch as usual. The only difference between these laptops are screen size and price (obviously),
- latest RTX 3080 GPUs,
- offers Tobii Eyetracking,
- ultra-responsive displays with 360 Hz refresh rates,
- up to 32 GB of 2,933 MHz DDR4 memory,
- up to 4 TB of PCIe storage (RAID 0 configuration),
- include HDMI 2.1 ports that offer 4K resolution at 120 Hz
Razer at CES 2021
Razer Announces Blade Pro 17 and Blade 15 2021
Razer also produces one of the best gaming as well as business-class laptops in the market. Now in CES 2021 Day 3, Razer also announced the upgraded 2021 version of their flagship Blade Pro 17 and Blade 15 series laptops.
Razer Blade Pro 17 2021:
- FHD screen with 360 Hz, QHD with a 165 Hz, or UHD with a 120 Hz refresh rate,
- Intel 10th-gen 8-core processor
- Different variant with the latest Geforce RTX 30 series GPUs,
- 17.3-inch display with super-slim 6 mm bezels,
- Supports 100% of Adobe RGB,
- All the necessary ports like USB Type-A and Type C, Thunderbolt 3, HDMI, Ethernet
Razer Blade 15 2021:
- Full HD with 360 Hz, Quad HD with 240 Hz, or Ultra HD OLED with 60 Hz refresh rate
- Supports NVIDIA G-SYNC
- latest Geforce RTX 30 series GPUs,
- Intel 10th-gen 8-core processor
bHaptics at CES 2021
bHaptics Unveiled TactSuit X40
bHaptics at CES 2021 Day 3 unveiled the TactSuit X40 Haptic Suit. Although bHaptics announced the haptic suit a couple of months ago, and again showcased it at the CES 2021. TactSuit X40 is a one-sized fully-body suit with around 40 haptic feedback options that make it feel like you are actually playing the game physically.
Not only that, but this wireless haptic vest also has quite 15 hours of battery life, so you’ll play to your heart’s content. Through a tactile feedback experience, it completely immerses you in any kind of content. Whether you’re using VR, PC, or console gaming or just watching a movie, the positional touch-sensory feedback will truly transport you.
Lenovo at CES 2021
Lenovo Announces LaVie Mini
Chinese OEM Lenovo was very aggressive in this CES. Today at CES 2021 Day 3, they once again announced a Nintendo-Switch-like full fledge laptop/tablet that can both act as a gaming console as well as a laptop. The Lavie Mini is shown off on CES 2021 Day 3, it’s a prototype netbook-style device that features a diminutive eight-inch touch display (1900×1200) while rocking an 11th Gen Core i7 processor and Intel’s latest Iris Xe graphics. The device is so small it doesn’t even have a trackpad. and therefore, the cool thing is that you simply can play games thereon device by using the Joy-Con style controllers. which ultimately seems like Nintendo Switch.
AVITA at CES 2021
AVITA Unveils Admiror II
AVITA might be a new player in the market but their product portfolio doesn’t approve that. They own one of the cheapest as well as reliable PC brand right now in the South Asian market, and somewhere in the Eastern market as well. Looking at the current market situation, AVITA looks a leap and announced the Admiror II with three sets of webcams. Yes, you heard it right, three webcams, according to AVITA, it will be beneficial while video conferencing, as due to the pandemic, most of the employees are doing Work from Home.
But at the same time, you might be thinking this could take a lot of internet bandwidth only for video transfer but in defense, AVITA spoke that it will take a similar amount of bandwidth as the other single webcams laptops. Other than the webcams, it has a lighting edge too, that lights up when you receive any notification.
Asus at CES 2021
Asus Announces Strix XG43UQ Monitor
“ASUS is introducing 28-, 32- and 43-inch 144 Hz HDMI 2.1 gaming monitors for PC and console gamers,” the company stated in a press release. “Ideal for PC gamers, these displays support the newest graphics cards for stable 4K gaming with refresh rates beyond 100Hz.”
The largest display in the Asus lineup is the ROG Strix XG43UQ, which measures 43 inches diagonally. Essentially a small television for your desktop, the XG43UQ’s display supports 4K UHD resolution and comes packed with a host of features that will delight gamers and creatives for gamers, it includes HDR support, supports DisplayHDR 1000, and creatives will appreciate that the panel can cover 90% of the wide DCI-P3 color space.
Asus Showcases ROG Rapture FT-AXE11000 Router
As 5G is approaching and we have already seen what a Wi-Fi 6 device can do, now it’s time for the updated Wi-Fi 6E. It’s an enormous update that adds the 6-gigahertz spectrum on top of the prevailing 2.4-GHz and 5-GHz bands, allowing less congestion and faster speeds. So, with the third band, we are going to need a perfect router that supports all three bandwidths, here comes the ROG Rapture FT-AXE11000, the Wi-Fi 6E mesh router will support all the three bandwidths, i.e., 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz, and the new 6 GHz.
Now, here comes the twist, as it is ROG aka Republic of Gamers, so a gaming theme is complementary with the router. As Asus says, it is a gaming-friendly router that will be able to utilize the new Wi-Fi 6e standards as soon as they are commercially available in the market.
LG at CES 2021
LG Announces Cinebeam 4K UHD Projector
LG’s laser projection technology is one of the simplest, which is why I’m so excited to see the brand new Cinebeam projector face to face. In addition, it offers excellent color accuracy, a WebOS interface from LG, AirPlay connectivity, and WiSa and Bluetooth connectivity (in addition to HDMI eARC) for audio. Needless to say, this can be one of the simplest projectors that can be used to capture an image and output it from the sound. It’s also capable of creating massive images: it fills screens up to 300 inches in size. for a very cinematic experience.
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