Due to COVID-19, the event of the year, CES was held virtually, but it blew the audience just like any other year.
Especially for gamers, there were tons of announcements in the CES 2021. From GPUs to laptops and chairs, CES 2021 revealed some significant updates.
CES 2021 is now over – and it’s just the right time to take a look at the essential gaming updates we got. So let’s get right into it.
Reveal Of RTX 3060 By Nvidia
One of the most intriguing announcements for gamers at CES 2021 has to be the reveal of RTX 3060.
With RTX 3060, Nvidia is making entry-level gaming genuinely affordable for all. Priced at only $329, RTX 3060 features a 12GB of GDDR6 memory along with 101 Tensor-TFLOPS. So be ready to welcome RTX 3060 in late February 2021.
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Smart Mask By Razer – Project Hazel
Razer is no strange to implementing unique ideas – and once again, they have done the same thing. Razer released Project Hazel, which’s an N95-grade respiratory mask.
World’s Smartest Mask – Project Hazel features a see-through design and comes with RGB LEGS; yes, you read it right.
To give it a more Razer touch, this mask’s manufacturers have added a built-in voice amplifier. Although the release date of the mask isn’t confirmed, it’s coming before 2077 – oops, 2022.
Announcement of Intel Rocket Lake CPU
Intel finally woke up and decided to take their reign back with their Intel Rocket Lake CPU announcement in CES 2021.
According to reports, Intel’s 2021 Rocket Lake CPUs will give a 19% IPC boost – the biggest update in the Intel CPU lineup in a decade. Rocket Lake CPUs are looking forward to achieving an edge over their competitors in single-threaded core performance. The new Intel Rocket Lake CPUs will be available in the market by March 2021.
Mobile Processors By AMD – Ryzen 5000 Series
AMD has successfully shown its potential in the desktop CPU market. In CES 2021, they revealed the Ryzen 5000 mobile processors series for reshaping the mobile space.
Ryzen 5000 mobile processors will come in two variants, U & H series. H-series will target the gaming forte. Whereas the U-series are aimed towards portable devices. With Ryzen 5000 Series, AMD is looking forward to boosting the mobile-space with high speeds and better power management.
Nvidia RTX 30-Series Gaming Laptops
The arrival of RTX 30-series based laptops was another big announcement by Nvida in CES 2021. Nvidia is proud to announce its all-new RTX 30-series mobile GPUs. According to Nvidia, it’s the biggest gaming laptop launch ever, with over 70 new gaming laptops to be released in the upcoming months.
The first fifty laptops featuring the RTX 30-Series GPUs will start arriving in late Jan and early Feb. Gamers can expect refresh rates up to 240Hz, 4k resolution, and enormous overall performance boosts.
Other notable gaming updates at CES 2021 were Razer Blade 15 updates, new NAVI cards by AMD, etc. Lastly, what are your thoughts on the CES 2021 gaming updates? Don’t forget to share them with us!