Which notebook fits your routine? A sturdy one or a more portable one? Check the list of notebooks that stood out at CES 2020
The notebooks marked a strong presence in CES 2020, either with successions of models already known in the market or presentations of innovative concepts.
There are models that aim at practicality, while others have very ?robust? configurations for those who need maximum productivity. However, what were the main announcements of the fair? That we will count in the following paragraphs.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
THE Lenovo displayed your ThinkPad X1 Fold, the folding notebook that comes to succeed the well-known ?2 in 1? models of the company.
Interestingly, it comes with a bluetooth virtual keyboard, not forcing you to type on the screen, but if the user wants, it is possible to activate a function that divides it into two sections, to use the device itself to type. This important function for those who want to use the Thinkpad X1 Fold like desktop, for example.
In addition, when closed, the notebook is the size of a book, facilitating mobility. The hardware of the ThinkPad X1 Fold was not specified, but during the event he was ?seen? running with the new Tiger Lake processor, from Intel. In addition, the operating system is expected to be focused on foldable devices, such as the Windows 10X – see what he can do below:
Still talking about portable notebooks, the Galaxy Chromebook the first chromebook under the name Galaxy, gives Samsung. It has a body only 9.6 thick, with very thin edges on the sides and upper.
In addition, it features a 13.3-inch 4K touch-sensitive AMOLED screen, which can be used with the S-Pen that is stored in the notebook. J a Samsung says that the 4K display can change its color temperature based on the room lighting by using Ambient EQ technology, the same as the Nest Hub.
It is worth saying that the Chromebook it also carries the certification of the Athena Project category, which means that it has undergone several performance and durability tests to ensure that the product has quality and practicality. This includes 10 Generation Intel processor and up to 16GB of RAM. Check out all the news in our article below:
Dell Concept Duet and Concept Ori
These are two prototypes of Dell which consist of giving notebooks a very futuristic look. Still without many details released, the Ori similar to the Surface Neo from Microsoft, with an ?origami? design, which is also the origin of its name. The screen is 13 inches and the resolution is QHD +.
J o Duet eliminates the keyboard on the bottom of the notebook to place a second screen that occupies the same space. Each has an average of 13.4 inches and can be used together or separately. For those who want a more traditional experience, there is the possibility of attaching a keyboard to the bottom as well.
Lavie Mobile Pro
What draws the most attention in the Lavie Mobile Pro its weight, being one of the lightest seen in CES 2020 for weighing about 800 grams! The choice of materials is the most responsible for the lightness of the device. The body is made of a matrix of magnesium and lithium, initially used in the aerospace industry; the cover constructed of extremely durable carbon, race car level; ending with magnesium keyboards.
However, even so light, it has ?respectful? specifications, including an 8 generation Core i7 CPU; 512GB SSD and a 15-hour battery.
Dell XPS 13 2020
THE Dell known for launching its line annually XPS 13, and the 2020 edition calls attention for bringing significant changes in its design when compared to previous years. This time the screen is slightly smaller and 25% brighter.
The keyboard now occupies the entire width of the case and the touch panel had an increase of 17% when compared to the previous one. The display occupies 91.5% of the screen, which is 13.4 inches and 16:10 ratio.
It also comes with Windows 10 and its technical specifications include 10th generation Intel Core processors, with options i3-1005G1, i5-1035G1 or i7-1065G7, with a focus on optimizing jobs through artificial intelligence. It will come with RAM options between 4 GB and 32 GB. SSD storage can vary between 256 GB and 1 TB.
The cheapest edition has a Full HD panel, while the most expensive is a 4K UHD + with a resolution of 3200 × 2400 pixels. The battery is the same in both versions, providing power for up to 19 hours of use.
HP Elite Dragonfly G2
O Elite Dragonfly G2 draws attention because it is a notebook with Bluetooth tracker from Tile and 5G connectivity. As for the latter, the user can get a version of the laptop with a modem Qualcomm X55 LTE + 5G, which supports the next generation of internet.
The difference of this notebook he this time it is integrated internally. Until then, the trackers needed to be attached to the cover of the equipment. This is ideal for those who need to locate the device quickly and, if it is out of range of bluetooth, the application will indicate its last location.
Acer ConceptD 7 Ezel
According to the Co-COO of Acer, Jerry Kao, the Concept 7 Ezel especially suitable for professionals who work with 2D and 3D creation, and need a notebook to make sketches and presentations.
It features 4K IPS screens, RTX video card from NVIDIA,, 32GB of DDR4 memory and 2TB SSD. There is also a Pro edition featuring the Intel Xeon processor, NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPU, compatibility with ECC memory and Windows 10 Pro.
LG Gram 2020
The line of notebooks Gram 2020 increase portability and performance, since they already come with a 10 Generation Intel processor and options with up to 24GB of RAM. If you want more practicality when editing, choose the ?2-in-1? model, which comes with a touchscreen compatible with Stylus canceller.
The most powerful notebook in the line, 17 inches, which guarantees greater productivity with lightness and top configurations. Its IPS LCD screen and resolution WQXGAproviding more detailed images and vivid and accurate colors. No wonder he was recognized by the CES 2020 Innovation Award.
And you? Do you intend to purchase any of these notebooks? What is your opinion about them? Leave it in the comments!
Source: Toms Guide