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The coolest PC hardware we saw at CES 2022


CES
Dell
XPS
Apple
TNW
The Asus Zenbook 17 Fold
Bluetooth
ThinkPad X1 Fold
Gen Intel Core
Razer
Intel vPro K-Series
Nvidia
Samsung
Imax
Financial Times


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Touch Bar
the Flow Z13
Microsoft Surface Pro


New York City
Amsterdam

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The New York Times
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Summary

Still, these design changes helped Dell improve the thermal headroom of the laptop, allowing for a more powerful 28W processor that brings it a bit closer to 15-inch laptop performance.We actually first heard about the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 3well before CES, but that doesn’t make the laptop any less interesting.As you can tell from the image, the laptop’s key feature is a big-ol’ 8-inch display embedded to the right of the keyboard. That giant display has a built-in kickstand, so you can essentially have a desktop-sized monitor you can bring anywhere.Mind you, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen a design of this sort — the ThinkPad X1 Fold operated under much the same concept in 2020, but Asus’ take definitely seems more polished so far.If our phones and laptops are becoming more flexible, why not our desktops too? The Samsung Odyssey Ark is a massive, 55-inch monitor with a highly curved display to prevent the weird perspective distortion you get from being such a large monitor from up closer.Using a large, quality screen from so close makes for highly immersive gaming — it’s like gaming in an Imax theater, from my experience.

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