Things are starting to slow down at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Major companies front-loaded many of their announcements for CES 2019, leaving the assembled tech journalists to make their rounds through some of the smaller booths set up at the annual consumer tech conference. Some companies also shared new details about the products they revealed at the show, however.
So things haven’t ground to a halt quite yet, but if you're looking for the best new tech we've seen so far, check out our Tom’s Hardware CES 2019 Awards! There you can find our picks for the best gadgets, from the usual components and peripherals to exciting VR tech and robots, at the show. You can also check out our previous coverage here: Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3 of CES 2019.
More on AMD’s Radeon VII
Perhaps the biggest news from CES 2019 was the revelation of AMD’s Radeon VII, which is the world’s first 7m gaming GPU, and chatter about the product didn’t stop just because the sun set on Las Vegas:
- AMD Shares More Details On The Radeon VII
- Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang Thinks AMD's Radeon VII Is 'Underwhelming'
Pretty Lights (and Parts)
It wouldn’t feel like 2019 if companies weren’t rushing to put RGB lighting in their products, developing platforms to control RGB lighting in other products, or otherwise doing something involving a bunch of multicolored LEDs. See:
- World's First PCIe 4.0 SSD Demo, Phison E16 Hits 4GB/s
- Razer Chroma Gets AI Assist from Amazon Alexa
- Patriot's New M.2 SSD Has RGB on its PCB
The Best of the Rest
Here's the best of the rest of our coverage, that didn't quite fit neatly into other categories:
- PCIe 4.0 May Come to all AMD Socket AM4 Motherboards
- Ultrawide Alert: Samsung Debuts AMD FreeSync 2 49-Inch Gaming Monitor (Update)