1. HP’s Spectre x360 15 is one of the first laptops to get Intel’s new AMD-powered chips
HP launched a pair of new laptop at CES 2018 this year.HP’s new HP Spectre x360 15 is one of the first laptop to offer Intel’s new 8th Gen core processors with Radeoon RX Vega M GPUs. Prices will start at $1,369.99 and available in shop on 18th March.
2. Asus’ new ZenFone Max Plus with Face Unlock Feature
Asus is bringing its new ZenFone Max Plus (M1)at CES 2018.The Plus has a 5.7-inch display with an ultra-wide 18:9 display ratio, which comes in a 5.5-inch screen size; the Plus has a 4130mAh battery that gives up to 26 days standby, while the Max’s 5000mAh battery boasts that it can hold a charge for 38 days.The phone will be available in February in a 3GB/32GB configuration for $229 in two colors.
3. D-Link gets an early start on 802.11ax routers
802.11ax is the next big jump in Wi-Fi, designed to be faster and better at coping with handling large numbers of devices connected at one time, as is increasingly common in our houses and offices, Which brings us to D-Link, which at CES 2018 has not one, but two 802.11ax routers to announced: the dual-band AX6000 Ultra Wi-Fi Router and the tri-band AX11000 Ultra Wi-Fi Router.Both routers offer what sound like almost impossible speeds on paper: the AX6000 clocks in at 6,000 Mbps, while the AX11000 claims to offer a whopping 11,000 Mbps.
4. JBL releases Google Assistant-enabled headphones
On the very first day of CES 2018, JBl has launched several new headphones, earphones and speakers. with the compatible with the Google Assistant.JBL claims that its wireless Everest headphones have between eight and 25 hours of battery life per charge.