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January 6th, 8PM PACIFIC TIME, January 7th, 4AM GMT
“Nvidia has announced that they’ve secretly tested over 400 monitors with Adaptive-Sync and Variable Refresh Rate technologies, and they’ve found 12 that qualify to be G-Sync certified. Amusingly, quite a few of these are actually cheaper FreeSync variants of G-Sync panels released by the same manufacturer. They say they’ve still got 150 monitors to go, and they’ll check any new ones released.”
NVIDIA To Officially Support VESA Adaptive Sync (FreeSync) Under “G-Sync Compatible” Branding
- source https://www.anandtech.com/show/13797/nvidia-to-support-vesa-adaptive-sync-with-gsync-compatible-branding
DLSS confirmed in five new titles
“Nvidia has announced a new, mid-range RTX 2060 GPU. According to Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang, the RTX 2060 will offer higher performance than a 1070 Ti, and 60 percent faster than the GTX 1060, ushering in “next-gen gaming for tens of millions of gamers.” The company claims the card can run Battlefield V with ray-tracing at 60 frames per second at high settings, 1440p resolution, assuming you’ve got a fast Core i9 processor. Cost just $349”
January 7th, 6:30-7:30AM Pacific Time.
- Notifications can be sent to devices from smart appliances.
- LG 2019 smart TV’s will support Airplay 2
- OLED rollable TV
A limited number of new 9th Gen Core processors for desktops and laptops
Intel’s first 10nm Ice Lake processor for thin laptops, which Intel showed pulling up pictures of water 1.5 times faster than before (you can’t make this stuff up)
Intel’s first 10nm Lakefield processor using 3D stacking technology, for very small computers, tablets — you can see a couple actual Lakefield prototype systems running in the video
Intel’s 10nm Cascade Lake Xeon processor for data processing
Intel’s 3D Athlete Tracking tech to show you data about how fast and far athletes are traveling, running on that Cascade Lake chip
Intel’s 10nm Snow Ridge SOC for 5G base stations (it’s hoping to put these in cell towers)
TLDW: ( (video inside) : Modular Microled TV. No release date announced.
Asus ROG Matrix RTX 2080 Ti GPU with integrated water cooler
TLDR: It’s a gaming remix of the Microsoft Surface. It has a 17.3 screen. Detachable folding keyboard, and surface-style kickstand. Features a 1080p 144hz screen, with a 3ms response time and G-sync. Powered by a mobile version of the RTX 2080 and the Core i9-8950HK. And for storage it has three nvme drives in raid0 and up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM. The device also boasts two 280 watt charging ports. This detachable gaming laptop will weigh in at about 10.36 pounds and will be available sometime in Q1 2019. Pricing and exact specs will be available on product launch.
TLDR: iTunes Movies and TV Shows and Apple AirPlay 2 support will be available on 2019 Samsung Smart TV models beginning this spring. " In an industry first, a new iTunes Movies and TV Shows app will debut only on Samsung Smart TVs in more than 100 countries. AirPlay 2 support will be available on Samsung Smart TVs in 190 countries worldwide."
TLDR: Portable (is powered via batteries and not AC via electrical outlet) water kettle. No price announced and no date of availability announced. Heats water on demand via “ohmic array technology.” The same technology that is in the Heatworks Tetra Countertop Dishwasher which was announced at CES last year but is still not released.
- 13.3 inch 1080p screen
- 8GB RAM
- 256GB NVMe SSD
- Weighs 2.84 pounds
- Comes with a sylus
- No pricing data released
- 17 inch 16:10 workstation, in the chasis size of a typical 15 inch laptop.
- 5.3mm bezels
- “97 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 color space and is Pantone validated.”
- “comes with Intel Core i7-8750H or Xeon E-2176M processors.”
- NVIDIA Quadro P3200
- up to 64GB of RAM and up to 4TB of SSD storage.
- “Ports include one USB-C port with Thunderbolt and DisplayPort 1.4, three USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A ports, one HDMI 2.0, and an SD card reader.”
- Pricing not yet announced and the laptop will be available in the “coming months”.
The pet dryer can dry a small dog in about 25 minutes. And the user can set the temperature that they want to blow on the dog to dry them. It’s not available in the US. But is available for sale in China, Korea, and Singapore for $600.