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- CES 2020 has unveiled more brand-new and potentially groundbreaking computing products than the past few years – without question.
- From laptops with foldable displays to gaming PCs that operate like the Nintendo Switch, 2020 is set to be a landmark year for computing.
- We’ve chosen six devices that we consider to be the absolute best computing products of CES 2020.
CES 2020 has been host to some of the most exciting computing technology debuts of the past several years. Not only did we see the first-ever laptop with a foldable display in its official form, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold, but we also saw the first-ever 5G laptop – also from Lenovo.
These two innovations alone are going to set the stage for 2020 in terms of the new features and technologies we can expect to see from many other product makers this year. For instance, Dell itself showed off prototypes for a foldable laptop display, while Microsoft is already expected to debut its own dual-screened devices by holiday 2020.
We also saw incredibly exciting stuff from Dell, particularly its next-level Dell XPS 13 laptop and its concept for a portable PC gaming device much like that of the Nintendo Switch, the Concept UFO. The latter has the potential to be one of the most exciting developments in gaming since, well, the Switch.
Finally, we saw even more advancements in PC gaming with the Acer Predator Thronos Air gaming chair rig, which will be the piece of PC gamer gear for the 1% this year, and the Razer Tomahawk gaming PC case, the first of its kind to accept modular parts made by Intel.
When it comes to computing, CES 2020 has been an excellent year chock-full of realized potential and years-long ideas coming to fruition at last.
Here are the best computing products of CES 2020:
- Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold laptop with foldable display
- Dell XPS 13 laptop
- Lenovo Yoga 5G laptop
- Acer Predator Thronos Air gaming chair
- Alienware Concept UFO game console
- Razer Tomahawk gaming PC
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