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Tom's Hardware 2018 Best In Show

We spent CES 2018 shuttling between hotel meetings and, occasionally, braving the Las Vegas Convention Center show floor to scope out the latest gear. What follows is a list of superlatives--our picks for the best (and worst) from the trade show.

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  1. Worst. CES. Ever.

    Nvidia

    No 2080 or 2070

    I would have even liked a 2060.
  2. It is too soon after the previous CES.
  3. Wow, this RGB/LED craze is really getting out of hand. Does my mouse pad need lights, too?
  4. No intel offerings or promise this time???
  5. derekullo said:
    Worst. CES. Ever.

    Nvidia

    No 2080 or 2070

    I would have even liked a 2060.


    What? Since when has NVidia announced new generations of video card at CES? 1080 was announced in May, 980 in September, 780 in May, 680 in March...

    If one was to guess, look for Nvidia to have their typical special event to announce the 2080 in May.
  6. ddferrari said:
    Wow, this RGB/LED craze is really getting out of hand. Does my mouse pad need lights, too?


    Let me introduce you to the Corsair MM800 Polaris RGB Gaming Mouse Pad.
  7. I like the Analog Gaming Keyboard. However, wouldn't it be sufficient to just do analog on WASD and arrow keys? At least, that's all I'd want on a cheaper variant. I guess you might want it on Space, L-Ctrl, or a couple others. I can definitely see a high end model that does it on all keys (you might want C, E, F, G & Shift frequently as well) and a lower end that only does WASD.
  8. derekullo said:
    Worst. CES. Ever.

    Nvidia

    No 2080 or 2070

    I would have even liked a 2060.


    Nvidia doesn't do CES (for graphics cards). They will display new graphics cards around the 2H of 2018 as they always do.
  9. FD2Raptor said:
    ddferrari said:
    Wow, this RGB/LED craze is really getting out of hand. Does my mouse pad need lights, too?


    Let me introduce you to the Corsair MM800 Polaris RGB Gaming Mouse Pad.

    :/ Thanks... I should have known.
  10. dalauder said:
    I like the Analog Gaming Keyboard. However, wouldn't it be sufficient to just do analog on WASD and arrow keys? At least, that's all I'd want on a cheaper variant. I guess you might want it on Space, L-Ctrl, or a couple others. I can definitely see a high end model that does it on all keys (you might want C, E, F, G & Shift frequently as well) and a lower end that only does WASD.


    Yeah, that's a good point. And that's more or less what CM did here with Aimpad's tech. But if you're doing a few, you may as well do them all... like Wooting: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/wooting-one-analog-mechanical-keyboard,5124.html
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