Ars Technica takes you through an eclectic mix of devices which caught their eyes at CES, not necessarily award winners nor groundbreaking tech but at least somewhat eye catching. For instance, Lenovo's smart alarm clock below with a 4" screen at 800×400. Powered by a 1.5GHz MediaTek 8167S SoC and a PowerVR GE8300 GPU with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage it has a significant amount of processing power, and one hopes security to stop someone from disabling your snooze button!
There are also laptops, TVs in both OLED and MicroLED as well as a new Vive, all of which you can see here.
"CES 2019 has finally come to an end—and by and large, it was a more interesting show than last year's. To that end, the Ars reviews staff has put together another annual Best in Show list, and this group of products we consider particularly interesting."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- A billion-dollar question: What was really behind Qualcomm's surprise ten-digit gift to Apple? @ The Register
- 8K taking off @ DigiTimes
- Intel's Software Guard caught asleep at its post: Patch out now for SGX give-me-admin hole @ The Register
- Microsoft confirms plans to get bent (where screens are concerned, anyway) @ The Inquirer
- Quantum spin liquid state pathway emerges @ Physicsworld
- TWhy Building a Gaming PC Right Now is a Good Idea @ Techspot
- QNAP QSW-804-4C 10G Ethernet Switch Review @ NikKTech
Is this the same MediaTek
Is this the same MediaTek that is getting sued by AMD for patent infringement with the use of there graphics technology?
It is indeed.
It is indeed.