Dell kicked off its press conference at CES 2019 touting its position as the largest PC company, at least in terms of revenue. But it proved the point more literally when it introduced the Alienware Area-51m — an enormous 17-inch gaming system that the company calls “the world’s most powerful gaming laptop.”
The Signature OLED TV R is built on a concept unveiled last year, in which the screen retracts into a base when not in use so it is less obtrusive. LG plans to sell the device in the US before the end of 2019, but has yet to reveal the month or price. Experts say the technology is unlikely to become a mass-market proposition for many years to come. “It’s a 4K set rather than 8K, so you could argue there’s a compromise there – but otherwise this is a very high-end design that is going to be very costly,” commented Jack Wetherill from the consultancy Futuresource.
In 2019, VR is a sideshow in a theme park, a marketing stunt, a slide in a PR PowerPoint presentation, a niche hobby for people locked in rooms with a ton of money to spend, and — worse — no one seems to know what direction we’re headed in, or even what virtual reality should be.
Gaming laptop is starting to flood the market and 11 inch versions have since been making waves. The latter has seen a roller coaster ride and hasn’t really achieved its potential yet.
The first 11 inch gaming laptop was released in the Consumer Electronics Show way back in 2010. Alienware M11X was unveiled during the annual event and took it by storm some calling it the best gaming laptop under 1000. Unfortunately, production was discontinued a year after as Intel’s new Ivy Bridge CPUs hit the market.
While Alienware pulled out its 11 inch gaming laptop, Origin unveiled their version with the Eon-11. The Eon-11 has one of the best gaming keyboard ever made!
Now, Maingear is trying to shake up the market as they unveil their own 11 inch gaming laptop.
Dubbed the Pulse 11, it is powered by a full-voltage third gen Core i7 processor and Nvidia’s latest GeForce GT 650M.
The Pulse 11 also features an internal 802.11 B+G+N wireless LAN + Bluetooth combo module. It has two built in speaker with THX TruStudio Pro Sound. It also has a built in 9-in-1 media card reader and a memory up to 16GB dual-channel DDR3 – 1600MHz.
The Pulse 11 comes with a genuine Windows 7 operating system.
If you have $999 to spare then you can bring this fancy gadget home.