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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin.

  • My voice is nearly gone, but we're here at CES,

  • it's time to take a look at some of the best

  • things that we've found.

  • And sponsoring the madness this year is Amazon.

  • Starting with of course, the announcement

  • of the Sony PS5 logo.

  • In other news, Razer announced actual,

  • real products that we were actually able to try,

  • unlike someone else,

  • that announced a car instead of a PlayStation.

  • I'm still salty about that.

  • So Razer has a few things

  • we actually already did a video on,

  • but definitely the highlight for me is the Razer Tomahawk.

  • So this takes advantage of the Intel NUC Compute Element,

  • which essentially puts an entire laptop CPU

  • and motherboard onto what looks like a graphics card

  • that you can slide into an incredibly small enclosure.

  • If you want more, you can definitely

  • check out the full video.

  • However, since we've made that video,

  • it's come to light exactly how expensive

  • the NUC Compute Element is.

  • So Razer's still trying to confirm

  • how much they're gonna charge for the Tomahawk.

  • But just to get the Compute Element,

  • you're looking at like $1200,

  • and that's just for the Core i7 model,

  • you don't even get RAM or SSD,

  • and obviously you still have to buy everything else.

  • So it's cool, it's definitely one of my highlights of CES,

  • but it's pricey, it's a lot.

  • So much that it broke my voice.

  • Speaking of Razer, they also showed off

  • their new Blade 15 and 17 with the 300Hz displays.

  • Now that's actually been a bit of a trend here at CES.

  • Of course displays are always interesting,

  • you see the 8K TV's, but what we're seeing a lot of,

  • it's really pushing the envelope

  • not necessarily in just pixels,

  • but in resolution, frame rate,

  • as well as HDR, all combined.

  • So there are a ton of really cool displays,

  • in addition to these ridiculous 300Hz laptops.

  • But probably my favorite

  • is what we saw over at the ASUS booth,

  • with the ROG Swift 360,

  • with a full 360 frame per second display.

  • Now mind you, is it for everyone?

  • No, it's for hard-core eSports guys

  • who want a 24-inch, 1080p monitor

  • that runs at 360 frames per second.

  • But it's really cool here at CES

  • to see not just the bigger, more ridiculous monitors,

  • but stuff which is actually practical

  • for a wide range of people.

  • There we go, something like this.

  • Oh, hi, didn't see you there.

  • So this years' best of CES coverage

  • is sponsored by Amazon and the Amazon Alexa.

  • It should be no surprise, considering that we're here at CES

  • that Amazon Alexa is absolutely everywhere.

  • With over 100,000 compatible Alexa devices,

  • and sorry, let me just say that again,

  • 100,000 Amazon Alexa compatible devices,

  • as well as over a hundred thousand skills.

  • It really is in pretty much everything.

  • Alexa, order a Coke Energy.

  • - [Alexa] What do you call a Coke Energy presentation?

  • A PowerPoint, doh!

  • - That was pretty good, that was pretty good.

  • So there are all kinds of different devices

  • that do have Amazon Alexa support.

  • So for example, there's the Echo Glow,

  • there's also the Echo Dot.

  • There are literally hundreds

  • of different devices that support Alexa here,

  • including MindStorms.

  • Between the devices that take advantage of Alexa

  • and the wide range of developers who are supporting it,

  • it is absolutely no wonder that Alexa

  • is pretty much everywhere here at CES.

  • Something else really cool is the Insta360 ONE R,

  • which we've been using for the last couple weeks.

  • So the cool part about this

  • is that it actually comes in a modular sort of state.

  • So if I pull it out here, this is the,

  • I believe that they call it the twin pack,

  • what we're getting here is actually

  • a couple different ways that you can take it apart.

  • So this right here is what I would call the brain,

  • so this is where the processing happens,

  • you've got a little USB-C port behind this flap,

  • you have your record button, as well as a very small screen.

  • But the cool part about this is that

  • you can attach different lenses and different cameras

  • based on what you actually wanna do with it.

  • So if I wanna vlog with it, I can have the screen facing me,

  • or if I take it apart, flip it around,

  • I can have the screen facing away from me

  • and just shoot it like this.

  • So if we want a action cam, this is all we need.

  • Or, alternatively, it also does come

  • at least with this specific pack, with the 360 module.

  • So we're gonna attach the bottom,

  • snap these guys apart

  • and now I can easily just connect my 360 module,

  • snap this guy onto the bottom

  • and now I have a 360 camera.

  • The cool part about this is

  • you can easily buy the cameras,

  • the modules, these little sensors,

  • and you can swap it out.

  • So this can be the brain, and the idea is that Insta360

  • will continue to support this into the future.

  • So they will continue to bring out new modules.

  • In fact, there's actually another module coming soon,

  • which has a much larger one-inch sensor and a Leica lens.

  • Now all this looks really cool,

  • however I can't wait to get back to the office

  • and spend a little bit more time

  • to see just exactly how we can use it in our own workflow.

  • So we're over here at the very loud LG booth

  • to take a look at what they got

  • and one of the things that's really jumping out to me

  • is their brand new UltraWide displays.

  • So this is the 38WN95C,

  • and this is a 38-inch display, 4K by 1440p resolution.

  • What's really cool about it,

  • is while it has all the professional features like

  • Thunderbolt and HDR 600, what's cool about it

  • is it also supports 144 Hz as well as G-Sync.

  • There's also the brand new UltraFine Ergo,

  • which is a 32-inch 4K display,

  • on what is one of the best looking hinges

  • I've ever seen, it's super flexible,

  • and they also do have the new Gram,

  • which I actually wanna go much more in depth on later,

  • but it has been updated with larger batteries,

  • as well as Intel 10th gen,

  • and Thunderbolt across the board.

  • Speaking of displays,

  • LG has their brand new UltraGear line,

  • and one of the ones that really has jumped out to me

  • is their new 27-inch 4K panel.

  • What's nice about this,

  • is not only do you get the high end color accuracy,

  • as well as what honestly is probably

  • one of the better looking monitors

  • of all CES that I've seen,

  • but it also runs at that full 144 frames per second.

  • You can overclock it to 160 frames per second.

  • So it's kinda like, you get the high end image quality,

  • but you also get that super, super smooth G-Sync action.

  • What might be my favorite part though, lowkey,

  • is this simulator they have over here,

  • with three of the 38-inch monitors

  • all running super high refresh rate with the F1 simulator,

  • real talk, I think this might be the year

  • that I finally build my own sim racing.

  • Like I really, really want a sim racing set-up,

  • like mmm, mmm!

  • Mmm!

  • Mmm!

  • I also need a voice, but it's fine,

  • I'll just race, it'll be fine.

  • Dell, specifically Alienware,

  • had some very interesting announcements.

  • The thing that really got my attention

  • is the Concept UFO,

  • As this is essentially a Nintendo Switch,

  • except a Windows PC.

  • So it's an 8-inch display,

  • it does have removable controllers,

  • although to be fair even though they're magnetic,

  • they don't actually work wirelessly,

  • but there's still a lot of very cool stuff here.

  • And while yes, they call it a concept,

  • I kind of feel like this is a real thing,

  • I mean the fit and finish was absolutely spot-on.

  • And it really does feel like a product

  • that they can ship any time now.

  • Now they're being very coy about

  • what's actually inside this thing.

  • So all I could get out of them is that it's Intel 10th gen,

  • which to me makes me assume

  • that it's pretty much the same spec as an XPS 13,

  • just put in a smaller chassis.

  • But with it, I was able to play a couple of games

  • that I would guess were somewhere in the neighborhood

  • of maybe 900p or 1080p on low,

  • so it's certainly not a hardcore gaming machine.

  • But considering just how small this thing is,

  • there's a lot of potential.

  • Dell also had a couple of interesting new projects.

  • Ori, which is a single 13-inch laptop

  • which you can fold into half, which is interesting.

  • As well as Project Duet, which is essentially

  • a 13-inch laptop with a secondary display

  • instead of the keyboard.

  • So I'll start with Duet,

  • one of the cool parts about this is

  • while you do have the dual screens,

  • they're still flat touch screens,

  • so you don't have to deal with any kind of folding issues,

  • and it does come with a magnetic keyboard,

  • which will go onto the back when you're not using it,

  • you can put it on top of the keyboard,

  • or the "keyboard" to actually turn it into a proper laptop.

  • You can even slide it up and use it as a track pad.

  • Well, they're concepts, right?

  • And I think it's gonna be really interesting to see

  • who's actually interested in something like this.

  • So here at CES there have been a lot of foldable devices,

  • last year was phones, this year it's a lot of tablets

  • and pretty much any kind of weird new form factor

  • that you can take advantage of with a foldable OLED.

  • Wooo!

  • My voice is almost gone but we're nearly there

  • with the best of CES.

  • So the next thing I saw which I was really excited about

  • is the OnePlus Concept One.

  • Now this is a Concept which is very much based

  • on the current OnePlus McLaren 7T Pro,

  • but it has a couple of key features.

  • First of all, in conjunction with McLaren,

  • they have a really cool orange leather back on it.

  • What I find more interesting

  • is the electrochromatic glass that goes over the cameras.

  • So as smart phones get more and more capable

  • as far as the camera side,

  • generally the way they're doing that

  • is by adding more lenses.

  • And while that's great,

  • one look at the OnePlus 7T.

  • Matt, can I have my OnePlus 7T?

  • Thank you.

  • One look at the camera bump bump on the OnePlus 7T,

  • and what might give you an idea

  • of why you might wanna hide this.

  • So with the Concept One, the electrochromatic glass

  • essentially acts as a tint.

  • So when you have it open, it's nice and clear,

  • you can see all the cameras and the flash.

  • But with the press of a button,

  • it will immediately block those off

  • and give it much more sort of sleek form factor.