The CES 2019 in Las Vegas was an opportunity for many manufacturers to unveil their new computers. Here is a summary of the ads.
The Consumer Electronic Show is one of the salons that should not be missed. Taking place in January, it helps to understand the major trends of the coming year. For manufacturers, this is the perfect time to reveal their latest news. Here are the new computers unveiled at CES 2019 that should not be missed.
[index title= »HP Spectre 15 AMOLED »]HP Specter 15 x360 AMOLED
HP took advantage of the show to present the Specter 15 x360 equipped with a 15-inch AMOLED display. In particular, the screen should offer HDR compatibility and cover 100% of the DCI-P3 color space. Unfortunately, the mark did not give any other information on the technical data sheet of the machine nor on its date of release or its price.
[index title= »Alienware m17″]Alienware m17
Dell introduced a new gaming PC with the Alienware m17. This machine uses the Nvidia max-Q format and integrates the latest generations of Intel and Nvidia processors (the famous RTX 2080 Max-Q). With 4 cm of thickness and 2.6 kg on the scale, this computer has room to integrate the most powerful components on the market, and promises to run the games in the best conditions.
[index title= »Acer Swift 7 2019″]Acer Swift 7 2019
Acer's ultraportable high-end sharpens with the 2019 edition of the Swift 7, and now weighs less than a kilogram. Among the novelties, there is a transition from the processor to the Intel Core i7-8500Y and the arrival of a Thunderbolt 3 port, in addition to the first USB Type-C. 8 to 16 GB of RAM and 256 or 512 GB of SSD storage complete this rather well equipped machine.
[index title= »Asus Zenbook S13″]Asus Zenbook S13
How to refine the margins around the screen while integrating a webcam in a suitable place? Asus's answer is to add a notch, upside down, above the screen. An original design that did not fail to make him talk about him. The Zenbook S13 is primarily an ultraportable, but having integrated an Nvidia MX150 graphics chip, Asus promises to run Fortnite at 30 frames per second in native resolution.
[index title= »ROG Mothership »]ROG Mothership
With the ROG Mothership, Asus shows us on Numerama what would give a Surface Pro that would have been designed for performance and video game. The machine takes the kickstand and detachable keyboard from the Microsoft tablet, but changes the design and incorporates much more powerful components like the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q. The 17.3-inch screen also displays a frequency of 144 Hz (G-Sync) with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. With a rich connectivity and a weight above 4.5 kg, we can say that the ROG Mothership keeps the Surface a general idea of design.
[index title= »Samsung Notebook 9 Pro »]Samsung Notebook 9 Pro
Samsung does not sell laptops in Europe, other than through its subsidiary Samsung Mobile (which develops the Galaxy Book for example). The Korean manufacturer did not abandon the North American market and unveiled two laptops at CES. First Notebook 9 Pro, a high-end ultraportable that can turn into a tablet and includes a pen S-Pen brand. The machine has an Intel Core i7 U series, 8 GB of RAM, a full HD display, a 256 GB SSD and two ports Thunderbolt 3, a beautiful configuration.
[index title= »Samsung Notebook Flash »]Samsung Notebook Flash
The Samsung Notebook Flash offers a far less expensive data sheet, with the Intel Celeron N4000 or Intel Pentium Silver N5000. The non-touch screen is still IPS Full HD. What makes this machine stand out is its design, the keyboard is surrounded by a cloth covering instead of the usual plastic. A coating reminiscent of the Microsoft Laptop Surface, sold much more expensive.
[index title= »MSI GS75 Stealth »]MSI GS75 Stealth
Ulrich was able to take over the new MSI GS75 Stealth, which despite its name will be anything but discreet with its keyboard that shines brightly. Designed for gamers, the machine incorporates Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q, as well as a 144 Hz Full HD display and an Intel Core i7 or Core i9 H Series.
[index title= »Huawei Matebook 13″]Huawei Matebook 13
Huawei declines its Matebook X, which we had bluffed in 2018, with the Matebook 13 announced at a lower price. This machine is perhaps reminiscent of Apple's MacBook Air, but incorporates a beautiful spec sheet that makes it one of the machines to watch in early 2019. Ulrich seems in any case to have been convinced of its grip , and I can not wait to test the machine.