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CES 2023: All ASUS, Alienware, Razer, and Acer Gaming Laptops Announced So Far

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The Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, is the largest technology trade show of the year, and it begins in the first week of January. The show, which is held in Las Vegas, sets the tone for the rest of the year with new launches, announcements, and trends ranging from the most recent laptop designs to some outlandish product categories.

This year, even before the start of CES 2023, brands have begun to make announcements on the sidelines. Intel unveiled its new 13th Generation Raptor Lake mobile processors, including the Core i9 13980HX, which Intel claims is the fastest mobile processor in the world. New CPUs are accompanied by brand new laptops. While CES officially begins on January 5, ASUS, Acer, Dell, and others have already announced a number of laptops. Here’s a quick rundown of the most recent laptop developments. Follow For More Updates at satiknews.com

ASUS ROG

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ASUS intends to release a slew of new gaming laptop refreshes, but the showpiece will be an 18-inch behemoth. The ROG Strix G18 and ROG Strix Scar 18 have 18-inch Dolby Vision HDR displays with refresh rates of up to 240Hz. Asus will employ the most recent Intel processors and Nvidia GPUs. So far, no AMD-based configuration has been announced.

Along with these, ASUS is releasing updated 16-inch Strix G and Strix Scar models with similar specs to the larger models. However, AMD models such as the 17-inch Strix G and Strix Scar series are available.

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Asus is also releasing the latest hybrid gaming laptops in the Flow series. The Flow X13, X16, and Z13 are getting annual updates with the most recent AMD processors and Nvidia GPUs. These are two-in-one displays that also support Asus’ proprietary external GPUs for cutting-edge gaming performance. The most recent Flow series updates include larger batteries, which address a major complaint from last year.

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Dell Alienware

The latest trend at the trade show is 18-inch laptops, with Dell Alienware also jumping on board. In fact, Alienware is retiring its 15- and 17-inch laptops in favour of new 16- and 18-inch models for 2023. Alienware’s new laptops are classified as M and X-series.

Dell Alienware
Dell Alienware

The Alienware M18 is marketed as a desktop replacement that includes the latest Intel 13th Gen HX series processors and the Nvidia RTX 4090 GPU. Later in 2023, the M18 will also receive an AMD variant.

Furthermore, the Alienware X16 is the company’s latest flagship 16-inch offering, with a 16:10 QHD display and Intel 13th Gen processors and RTX 4090.

>> Acer Predator Helios 16, Predator Helios 18, new Nitro series, Swift Go Series laptops, and other products are now available

Acer

Acer is introducing new Predator series refreshes. The new 16-inch and 18-inch displays make an appearance here as well. However, the display on these laptops is Mini LED, which is a step up from current QLED technology, with a refresh rate of up to 250Hz.

Acer
Acer

Nvidia RTX 40-series GPUs power the latest Predator laptops. The Helios 16 has a QHD Plus display with a refresh rate of 165Hz, while the Helios 18 has an FHD Plus display with a refresh rate of 165Hz.

The 13th Generation HX series processors range from the Core i9 to the Core i7. Both models include an RTX 4080 with a 165W TGP, as well as up to 32GB DDR5 4800MHz RAM and 2TB PCIe 4.0 storage. For the latest news, follow us on Google News

Razer

Razer
Razer

At CES, Razer also announced 16-inch and 18-inch Blade laptops powered by Intel and Nvidia. Both variants support the most recent 13th Generation HX series processors, specifically the Core i9 and the RTX 4090. The majority of the information about the laptops is currently under embargo, with more information expected to be released during CES.

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