Computex 2019 is a huge tech event showcasing the best, latest, and top products and services from world-renowned IT companies. This year’s activity was held in Taiwan which started last May 28 until June 1. Tech giants such as AMD, Asus, Dell, Gigabyte, Intel, Microsoft, MSI, Nvidia, and Qualcomm were present. Around 100 companies exhibited their products, so here are some of the stellar innovations this 2019.
- The AMD announced the new Radeon RX 5000 series of graphic cards. It is aimed at the mid-range market and is expected to beat its close competitors with higher, faster, and better benchmark rates.
- The Ryzen 3rd Gen processors are out for deployment by next week, while the Epyc processors for servers are upcoming.
- AMD also powers Acer’s Nitro 5 and Swift 3 notebooks.
- Asus recently celebrated its 30th year in the industry. The tech company launched the Asus Zenfone 6 Edition 30 in commemoration of its 30 years.
- Six Zenbooks were announced: namely, the ultra-portable laptops, Zenbook Duo (UX481) and Zenbook Duo Pro (UX581); three laptops with Screenpad 2.0, Zenbook 13, 14 and 15; and a special edition, Zenbook Edition 30.
- Three ROG laptops were also revealed. The Strix SCAR III, Hero III and Zephyrus S also holds the title of being the “world’s first 17-inch laptop” with 4k UHD and 240Hz refresh rate.
- Dell unveiled the newest Alienware m15 and m17 gaming laptops.
- Also, the company launched three models from its G-series laptops: G3 15, G7 15, G7 17.
- The XPS 13 and 15 laptops were also upgraded and had several redesigns.
- Gigabyte revealed two Aorus models: Aorus 5 and 7, which sports impressive thin and light form factors.
- A new series, Aero, was also introduced. Content creators are intended to be the main audience of these laptops. The models are Aero 15 (OLED or non-OLED) and the upcoming Aero 17.
- Intel announced its new Ice Lake processors that are expected for deployment before the end of the year.
- Project Athena, an initiative that aims for better computing from the tech giant. The 10th-Gen Ice Lake is the first phase of the project.
- Desktop processors, like the Core i9-9900 and i9-9900KS were also refreshed for turbo speed and performance.
- New Core-X processors were also revealed for enthusiasts.
- MSI refreshed its GT76 Titan and improved its gaming laptops such as GE65 Raider and Trident series.
- They also released a bunch of motherboards, cases, and creative desktops. On a highlight, the world’s first curved gaming PC case was unveiled.
- Nvidia launched its Nvidia Studio platform for creatives. This brings pro-level Quadro graphics for mobile workstations and RTX-equipped laptops.
- Their new G-sync monitors, some mini-LED displays, and the Quake II RTX were also showcased.
- Qualcomm announced Project Limitless in partnership with Lenovo. The collaboration produced the world’s first 5G laptop powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx platform.
- The product will also be the first 7-nm chipset with built-in 5G connectivity.
- Apart from the much robust participants, several OEMs also showed off their technologies.
- HP unveiled Envy Wood series, laptops that are mostly made of wood.
- BenQ showcased monitors and displays for gamers, G.Skill will be announcing new RGB memory sticks and around 100 companies will be announcing many computing advancements.
Thanks to techradar.com for the details!