these 6 innovations that we are eagerly awaiting (gaming PC, wireless TV, roll-up screen …)

This year, CES 2021 was a bit special with the global health crisis, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t have some nice announcements, on the contrary, it was rich in new things like you. have been able to see it.

Asus ROG Flow X13 : un PC ultraportable gaming

Ultraportable PCs are no racehorses in gaming, but Asus has decided to shake up the market with the Rog Flow X13. Indeed, the latter offers a very nice technical sheet, but that is not enough to play in the best possible conditions, which is why the manufacturer has decided to offer it a real external graphics card. You will therefore have the choice between a classic use more oriented towards office automation, Web and multimedia or a powerful gaming mode as soon as you connect this box called XG Mobile which should probably integrate an RTX 30xx chip.

What is interesting is that we end up with an ultraportable PC that you can take anywhere with its graphics card.

Regarding its availability, the Asus Rog Flow X12 will be on the market from the end of the month with a starting price of 1799 euros. As for the graphics box, it will arrive in the course of first quarter 2021 at a price of 1,499 euros. Packs will also arrive later.

Asus ZenBook Pro Duo 15: a second touch screen with automatic tilt

Asus had previously unveiled its dual-screen Zenbook, but for 2021, the brand decided to give it the possibility of tilting automatically up to 9.5 degrees. The 14-inch ScreenPad will give you access to a bunch of new features like displaying a specific toolbar without cluttering your main screen. It is especially the creatives who should be interested.

Otherwise, under the hood, we end up with a powerful machine with an Intel Core i7 or i9 processor base coupled to an RTX 3070 and a large 92 Wh battery.

For the availability and the price, it will be necessary to iron, but it is for 2021, for sure!

LG Rollable: the concept becomes reality

Last September, LG teased its roll-up smartphone at the end of a presentation video. It was during this CES 2021 that the manufacturer unveiled this concept of mobile that coils that reminds us of a future model from Oppo. We are not talking about a screen that folds like its competitors, but a real screen that unrolls and rolls up to have a very large display, or to have a compact device. He can pass 6.7-7.4 inch thanks to a fin system based on springs and elastics.

LG has hit hard and the Rollable is expected to hit the market this year. It will be the first device of its kind to be marketed and its technical sheet would target the very high end. We can imagine a Snapdragon 888 chip from Qualcomm and more than 12 GB of RAM.

Asus ROG Swift PG32UQ: a gaming screen for consoles!

Asus has decided to think about console players with this brand new gaming screen. VSThe latter is perfect for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. It has a very nice diagonal of 32 inches 4K compatible thanks to its HDMI 2.1. Therefore, you will be able to enjoy a display in this resolution in HDR at 120 fps. That’s not all, it also offers a 144 HZ refresh rate and G-Sync compatibility which allows it to synchronize with connected devices. As for the colorimetry, it should be exceptional since it can display 160% of the sRGB sample and 98% of the DCI-P3 sample.

As for the price of the ROG Swift PG32UQ, it has yet to be announced and it is not expected to be available until Q2 2021.

Intel Phantom Canyon: a powerful miniPC

Intel returns to the forefront, not for its processors, but to highlight a powerful miniPC. The latter called Phantom Canyon offers very good performance thanks to a 11th generation Core i7 Mobile processor coupled with an Nvidia RTX 2060 graphics chip. With such a configuration, you will have no problem launching a game with this PC. no larger than a book (22.1 x 14.2 x 4.2 cm).

Where the NUC Phantom Canyon stands out is in its connectivity:

  • Port Ethernet 2,5 Gbit/s
  • 2 ports Thunderbolt 4
  • 6 ports USB type A 3.2
  • 1 DisplayPort 1.4 connector
  • 1 port HDMI 2.0b
  • Wi-Fi 6

For the price and the release date, Intel has still not given any information.

Reasonance: a 100% wireless TV

The recharging of our wireless smartphones is more and more common and it must be recognized that it is really practical. The Russian company Reasonance has attacked the television with a 100% wireless model, even for power. It reminds us of Samsung and its concept presented in 2019.

Regarding Reasonance, his TV does not need to be connected to a power outlet since it uses the magnetic resonance system using 2 coils installed in the power stand and in the TV. However, for the moment, this technology can only deliver 120 W which means that it also limits the size of the diagonal of the display panel, for the moment we are talking about 40 inches.

Now it only remains to know if the manufacturers find an interest in it.

Source: Hitek : actualité geek et tests high tech by

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