CES 2019 Group Of Five-ish #2
TP-Link Expands WiFi 6 Mesh Products
The Deco X10 is a cylinder shaped mesh that will be available towards the end of the year as a pair and will hit 1.95Gbps across the three available bands.
Archer AX1800 will make it to 1.8Gbps, a little slower than the Deco X10 and will be available at a similar time along with the RE705X to extend the range for those hard to
brush reach areas.+
Linksys AC2200 Max Stream
Linksys still exist and are also doing mesh with the AC2200 Max Stream which will deliver 867Mbps across 5GHz and 400Mbps across 2.4GHz.
HTC Vive Updates
HTC announced the Vive Cosmos with two front-facing cameras, two side-facing cameras and using two motion-tracking controllers.
Vive Pro Eye, an updated version of Vive Pro with eye-tracking hardware using Lens and Firefox Reality for browsing.
Also a Viveport VR subscription which will grant you up to 5 titles a month (download and play) for approximately USD $9.
Samsung Notebook 9 Pro Convertible
Starts with an 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8565U, Intel UHD 620 GPU, 8GB LPDDR3, 256GB PCIe NVME SSD and 13.3 inch 1080p display with narrow bezels.
EVGA NU Audio sound card
The EVGA Nu sound card is set to enable lifelike gaming sound and will be available January 16.
Tags: CES 2019, EVGA, HTC, Linksys, Samsung, TP-Link