CES 2023: Innovation in Windows 11 partner PC ecosystem
January 28, 2023
CES 2023 is one of the most influential events in the world. Here the latest developments from silicon partners Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA were showcased here, as well as the latest consumer, commercial, and gaming devices from Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Lenovo, and other gaming device partners.
Let’s take a brief look at what each brand has prepared for 2023 and remember that some of them will have their own articles in our page, so that you’ll be able to check them out later. Let’s get started!
A new technology for your daily life
Firstly, you have to know that most (if not all) of the technology shown here is designed with the aim of reinforcing how relevant the PC is in daily life; to connect, create, work, learn and play – from anywhere. It does all that while being accessible and secure, freeing up time and peace of mind to be creative.
Furthermore, keep in mind that, as an ecosystem, Microsoft is focused on achieving consistent sustainability targets across Windows 11 devices, and with its latest update, you’ll be able to enjoy an endless list of new features which vary depending on the device plus the new Microsoft Defender SmartScreen to keep you safer on the web.
Acer’s new lineups
We open the list with Acer that released a new PCs lineup: Swift Go by highlighting an ultraportable design with Windows 11 and 13th Gen Intel Core processors built in. Both laptops (Swift Go 16 and Swift Go 14) have an OLED display with a productivity-optimized 16:10 ratio to ensure greater productivity for the user.
To finish, they’re devices that has backlit keyboards and OceanGlass touchpads that guarantee a smooth and productive experience when scrolling. If you want to know all the details, you can look for more information in our article “Acer boots their PC’s portfolio”.
Among the most important innovations, we have the new ASUS’ ProArt Studiobook 16 3D OLED, a mobile workstation whose screen can lie flat, offering any viewing angle up to 180 degrees. Likewise, its 3.2K 120 Hz display, content creators and gamers can view 3D photos, videos, or even games without glasses or headsets. This means being able to create 3D visual content faster, as it’s more intuitive.
HP’s new Windows 11 PCs
HP also announced new Windows 11 PCs focused on sustainable hybrid experiences by highlighting their new HP Dragonfly Pro, especially designed for freelancers. Co-engineered with AMD, is the first HP device to provide one-touch access to HP 24/7 live concierge support directly via one of the device’s four hotkeys.
For more information, you can check out our note “CES 2023: HP elevates hybrid experiences in sustainable ways”, there you’ll find a detailed description of each model and what to expect from them.
LG Gram 2023
Moreover, it presents new gram 14, gram 15, gram 16 and gram 17 laptops that offer you a combination of robust performance and compact, lightweight design.
Equipped with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4GB 3050 graphics, 13th Gen Intel Raptor Lake chip with Performance Cores (P-Cores) and a Gen4 NVMe solid-state drive (SSD), this year’s 16- and 17-inch models provide more choices for both productivity and entertainment.
This is perhaps Lenovo’s most insteresting initiative this year, their new Yoga Book 9i, especially thought for multitasking users, can browse the internet and watch images on two full screens. At the same time, with its latest Intel Core technology processor, you’ll be able to perform several tasks without having a heavy and slow PC.
But that’s not all, as you’ll be able to switch seamlessly between laptop, tablet or tent mode. Lenovo’s screen reorientations were done in collaboration with Microsoft to further enhance the potential to work, learn, stream, create and do light gaming. Check out all the details here!
Intel’s mobile processor family
Intel quickly moved to the top after launching its 13th-generation Intel Core family of mobile processors. But what caught the audience’s attention most was the launch of the Intel Core i9-13980HX.
The company called it “the first 24-core processor for a notebook computer.” So, these H-series processors run at a turbo frequency of up to 5.6 GHz, the highest clock speed available for the notebook market.
NVIDIA graphics processing units
NVIDIA announced its largest generational leap in performance ever with its GeForce RTX 40 Series laptop graphics processing units (GPUs) that run on Windows 11 and include DirectX 12 Ultimate. Gamers and creators will find plenty of appeal with DLSS 3, which boosts performance and creates additional high-quality frames using AI.
AMD new processors
AMD announced additional 7000 Series Mobile processors with the new Ryzen 7045HX Series processors bringing improved gaming experiences to the mobile platform. The company also previewed the 7040 Series processors, the first AMD CPU with a dedicated AI engine in an X86 processor, ushering in the future of laptop computing with powerful new capabilities in video collaboration, content creation and productivity, gaming and security.