Artificial intelligence is on its way to becoming invisible — and that’s a good thing.
Like electricity, this technology will soon be a hidden but driving force in a wide range of devices, including factory tools, trucks and cars, and home appliances.
Now, thanks to Lenovo, add PCs to that list.
At the big CES 2019 show this week in Las Vegas, Lenovo introduced a new ultra-slim laptop equipped with AI-driven features.
The hits keep on happening at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. Yesterday it was Dell’s turn. Here are new PCs the company unveiled or updated:
Latitude 7400 2-in-1
This new 14-inch 2-in-1 offers two innovative features: a proximity sensor and ultra-long battery life.
Yesterday was a big day for Intel at CES 2019. The company announced 9th Gen CPUs for the desktop, four 10nm system on chips, a mobile device program, and a neural network processor.
Greg Bryant of Intel showing the Ice Lake 10nm SoC at CES 2019
That’s a lot to plow through. So here’s your tech provider’s update.
9th Gen Core processors
The product teams at HP must have been busy over the holidays. They just announced more than a dozen new and refreshed PC products at the big CES 2019 show in Las Vegas.
Omen Obelisk gaming desktop: now offers 9th Gen Intel Core CPU
The big CES 2019 show gets started in Las Vegas next week. Here’s a preview of what some of the IT industry’s leading suppliers are planning.
Two Intel executives — Gregory Bryant, senior VP of Client Computing, and Navin Shenoy, executive VP of the Data Center Group — will take the stage at CES on Monday, Jan. 7.
This year’s big CES show, at which scores of electronics products will be announced, doesn’t formally get started in Las Vegas until next Tuesday. But Acer and ASUS aren’t waiting.
To beat the crowd, Acer and ASUS each introduced cool new PCs this week. Here’s your tech provider’s update.
Acer TravelMate X3410
Chances are good your customers need to modernize their servers — and soon. Fortunately, industry leaders Intel and Microsoft are working together to make server modernization fast and easy for both you and your customers.
But first, why are your customers probably overdue for new servers? Two main reasons:
Happy holidays to all our readers, and best wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year!
Thanks for your interest and support during 2018.
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See you in 2019. Happy holidays!
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