CES 2021 Day 2 Recap: AMD 5000 series, Nvidia 3000 series, flying cars and more

CES 2021 Day 2 recap: Second day of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2021 just wrapped up and its much exciting!. Keeping the pace of first day, second day was launch of some exciting products from AMD, Nvidia, Samsung, Lenovo, ASUS and much more. Today we compiled the highlights of day 2, let’s check what’s exciting.

AMD announces mobile Ryzen 5000 processors

AMD at CES 2021

AMD showcased its Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors, which are built on the company’s “Zen 3” core architecture. Similar like the old generations the new H-series Ryzen processors are aimed at gamers and content creators, while the U-series chips designed for thin-and-light gaming laptops. Laptops powered by the new processors will be made available in Q1 2021. AMD claims the performance is x25 faster than the previous gen and promises 20+ hours of battery life. There 5000 series complete directly with Intel Tiger Lake CPUs which Intel announced yesterday. Check out our day 1 article for more details on Intel.

Asus ROG Strix Scar 17 has the world’s fastest laptop display

ASUS at CES 2021

ASUS showcased their new ROG lineup. The ROG Flow X13, ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE and Strix SCAR 17 gaming laptops. The new ROG Strix Scar has the world’s fastest laptop display, a display with 360Hz refresh rate, 3-millisecond response time and 100% sRGB color gamut. This is best display ever in the market right now. The ROG Flow X13 is an ultraportable gaming laptop that comes with a 360-degree hinge powered by the AMD Ryzen 9 5980HS processor paired with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 GPU. The ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE comes with the ROG ScreenPad Plus, which is basically a secondary screen. It is powered by the AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX processor paired with Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 GPU. Asus hasn’t revealed pricing just yet.

Lenovo’s ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 i laptop has an e-ink touchscreen

Lenovo at CES 2021

Lenovo at CES 2021 tech event, showcased its ThinkBook Plus Gen 2, ThinkBook 13x, ThinkBook 16p and ThinkBook 14p laptops. The ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 i laptop is better than ever. It’s got the same e-ink touchscreen before but now has 12-inches of usable area with an improved resolution. These laptops are expected to be available in market from Q1,2021. The ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 will be available at a starting price of $1,549 (approximately Rs 1,13,256), the ThinkBook 13x will be made available at a starting price of $1,199 (approximately Rs 87,664), the ThinkBook 14p will start at $849 (approximately Rs 62,074), and the ThinkBook 16p will start at $1,299 (approximately Rs 94,975). Stay tuned for details specifications and review.

Samsung’s latest Exynos 2100 can even beat Snapdragon 888

Samsung at CES 2021

Samsung at its CES 2021 event has showcased the new Exynos 2100 mobile processor. This chipset is expected to power the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21 series in some markets like Europe, India, etc. This chip is direct competitor to Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and on paper it seems to beat the Snapdragon 888. But we should not come into any conclusion without real world testing, lets find it out soon. Stay tuned so that you won’t miss out our cover on it. This chip Samsung’s first 5G-integrated mobile processor built on a 5nm EUV manufacturing process. This chip has new design and revolutionary.

GM’s flying Cadillac car concept

GM at CES 2021

The future is here! Flying cars is now here. General Motors (GM) at CES 2021 showcased their concept of futuristic flying car. The car is powered by electricity and expected to give a speeds up to 55 miles per hour. GM is joins companies like Mercedes, Aston Martin and more, who are also working on their own flying cars.

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