This year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is back and tech companies are eager to showcase their latest innovations.
Below are three noteworthy announcements made at CES today.
HP today unveiled an upgraded Spectre x360, a powerful 15-inch, 4k laptop. The laptop is slightly thicker than its predecessor to allow for a bigger battery and strong specs, including an i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and a one-terabyte solid state drive.
The new Spectre is expected to launch in late February starting at $1,300.
Asus today refreshed its lineup of ZenBook models. The new devices feature superior graphics and better displays than their predecessors.
Available immediately, Asus’ new ZenBooks start at $700.
Dell took after Microsoft with the launch of Latitude, a tablet with a kickstand as well as keyboard and stylus support. Besides a disappointingly low-resolution screen, the business-focused Latitude has solid specs and could offer a reasonable alternative to the Surface Pro.
The Latitude will sell for $900 in February.