The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year was chock-full with innovative gaming devices. While most of them are not ready for mass production, the CES is a great place to see the industry’s future before it goes mainstream. So, here the top four products with lots of potential.
ASUS PG32UQX Gaming Monitor
As ASUS products continue to shine in the gaming industry, this 32-inch 4K monitor is one of their latest products. It consistently displays at 144 Hz with G-sync and features an LED panel capable of 90 per cent of DCI-P3 colours. In short, the clarity on this beast is breathtaking.
Unfortunately, this monitor is not available for sale yet. But the tech giant promises that it won’t be long before you can take one of these bad boys home.
MSI MEG Aegis Ti5
Micro-Star International (MSI) presented a futuristic CPU with serious specs. And, it comes complete with an inbuilt display that shows system notifications.
The case design on this machine gives super villain vibes, but MSI promises it won’t plot to kill you.
Razer Kishi Universal Mobile Gaming Controllers
Mobile gaming is one of the biggest trends right now. But playing competitively on these small devices is not easy. Everything is so crunched together on the tiny screen that it becomes surprisingly hard to win.
Enter Razer with a solution to this problem. They have made detachable gaming controls that will work with “most” devices. It also has a pass-through port that will allow charging while playing.
Alienware’s Concept UFO
Concept UFO is a small but powerful PC with detachable controls. It looks like a Nintendo Switch knock-off from afar, but the specs on this machine are insane. The switch comes packing an 8-inch screen with 1900X1200 resolution. And it is capable of playing most games the industry has to offer. However, the UFO is not available for sale just yet.