10 awesome pieces of tech from CES 2018

CES 2018 took place in Las Vegas last week, with the world’s biggest tech companies showing off their latest products.

ASUS, AMD, HTC, Samsung, Corsair, Intel, and many more companies were present at the event, all keen to draw consumers to their stands.

Listed below are 10 standout product announcements from the show, which hosted everything from new 4K TVs to self-driving car chips.

Nvidia Drive Xavier

Nvidia launched its Drive Xavier autonomous machine processors, with units being delivered to customers this quarter.

Nvidia SoC

Intel NUC

Intel unveiled its most powerful NUCs to date.

The new NUCs are based on Intel’s 8th-gen Core processors and feature AMD graphics processing via Radeon RX Vega M systems.

Intel NUC

SanDisk 256GB flash drive

SanDisk revealed the world’s smallest 256GB USB flash drive.


Samsung The Wall

Samsung unveiled “The Wall” – the world’s first consumer modular MicroLED television.

The TV features a 146-inch display that uses self-emitting MicroLED technology.

The Wall

Corsair K63 keyboard and lapboard

Corsair revealed its new wireless K63 mechanical keyboard and an optional lapboard for living room gaming.

Corsair K63 wireless

HTC Vive Pro

HTC revealed its new Vive Pro virtual reality headset.

The Vive Pro sports a redesigned chassis and improved display resolution compared to the original headset.

HTC Vive Pro 4

ASUS Tinker Board S

The Raspberry Pi competitor is aimed at DIYers and features 40 GPIO pins and Linux support.

Tinker Board

Hisense Laser TVs

Hisense announced its 2018 range of laser smart TVs at CES.

Hisense Laser TV


AMD launched its new series of Ryzen processors with integrated Radeon Vega graphics.


SteelSeries Rival 600 gaming mouse

The device sports PixArt’s TrueMove3+ dual-sensor system, which allows for one-to-one tracking and lift-off distance detection.

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