The world's largest and most popular tech show, CES takes place in Las Vegas from January 9 to January 12th, 2024. However, many key product launches and announcements are taking place in the days and weeks before it. Tom's Hardware will be on the ground, meeting with the movers and shakers, and getting to play with some of the new products days before the show officially kicks off.
This promises to be an exciting show once again. With Intel unveiling its Meteor Lake AI-focused mobile platform just a few weeks before CES (so we expect a slew of new laptops), rumors flying about new Nvidia Super graphics card(s), and the possibility of a new AMD GPU and CPUs, we expect lots of interesting new hardware from across (and beyond) the PC spectrum.
AMD removes ECC mention from specifications of Ryzen 8000G AM5 CPUs, despite initially claiming support at launch.
ASRock's DeskMeet X600, DeskMini X600, and Jupiter X600 support AMD's AM5 processors and USB4.
Patriot showcases its flagship Viper PV573 SSD that boasts with 14 GB/s sequential read speed, but needs a massive cooler with external power.
Corsair's showing at CES 2024 includes a new mid-tower case, a new micro ATX case, new case fans, and even Corsair's second-ever air cooler (and first since 2020).
AMD's next-generation Ryzen 8000G APUs with integrated RDNA 3 GPU will be just fine with a dual-channel DDR5-6000 memory subsystem.
Cooler Master's Pro Station monitor riser features a built-in soundbar, touchscreen, SST mode USB, and a wireless charging pad. Of course, it will also cost around $600.
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