ASUS dsiplays their breakthrough products including notebooks, motherboards, desktops, displays, routers and artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) at CES 2020. This includes their newest ChromeBook Flip C436, VivoBook S series, ExpertBook B9450 and Hyper M.2 x16 Gen4 card at their media showroom at the Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino until 9th Jan 2020. Now, let’s dive deep into what ASUS had for us for the year 2020.
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The first lineup product displayed is the artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) are the Tinker Edge T and Tinker Edge R. These two AIoT devices are powerful single-board computers with neutral processing units that runs machine learning and built for handling neural networks to bring artificial intelligence from a cloud to a local device.
Following, the Mini PC PN61T was displayed as well. The unit features a built-in Google Edge TPU that proffer enhanced performance for local inferencing and supports Power Delivery input over a USB Type-C port in the back. The Mini PC PN61T features a consumer infrared sensor for remote control applications. USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C port, MicroSD card reader and smooth fan were bundled together.
Next on the line is the ASUS Prime TRX40-Pro gaming motherboard. It is an ATX motherboard optimized to fully utilize the peak potential of AMD’s latest 3rd Gen Ryzen Threadripper processor that built for content creators and for professional use. By combining a robust 16-stage power design and thermal management & cooling, the Prime TRX40-Pro is a high-end desktop motherboard. The board also features three PCIe 4.0 M.2 slots, Intel Gigabit Ethernet and USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports.
Following, the Hyper M.2 X16 Gen4 Card pairs with all ASUS and ROG TRX40 boards thus enabling the users to add up to four NVMe SSDs to their system. According to ASUS, the Hyper M.2 X16 Gen 4 enables blazing fast storage performance that suitable for creative professionals, i.e. video editors that renders their video up to 4K or 8K quality.
ASUS also displayed their newest gaming display that varies from ZenScreen MB16ACE (an 15.6-inch Full HD portable display with ultraslim bezels that can be used to extend the standard 1080p laptop. It is light enough to be fitted even into a laptop bag that can be used to increase productivity while travelling), ProArt Display PA248QV designed to satisfy the needs of creative professionals and content creators with ProArt Preset and ProArt Palette to allow users to achieve their wish precisely with 1920 x 1200 with 16:10 aspect ratio. The PA248QV offers a DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4 and legacy D-sub ports. On the other hand, the ProArt Display PA278QV offers 2560 x 1440 resolution and a wider aspect ratio along with DisplayPort 1.2, Mini DisplayPort, HDMI 1.4 and Dual-link DVI-D ports.
The TUF VG27AQL1A features a stand that is wider stand to maximize the display’s stability. The monitor features an ultraslim bezel that further helps a better focus rate can be achieved over the display and VESA Display HDR 400 ensures that highest virtual gaming experience can be achieved thanks to its 1440p IPS display with 165Hz with 1-millisecond of response time. The monitor also features ELMB SYNC for enabling the low-motion-blue-technology by eliminating ghosting and tearing for sharp visuals while gaming.
A few networking products were featured as well. These include the ZenWiFi Voice (a dual band AC1300 mesh network that bundles with Alexa), ZenWiFi XT8 (Comes in pair of WiFi 6 routers rated 6600Mbps with AiMesh ready), ZenWiFi CT8 (a lower end of XT8 with features a pair of AC3000 routers), RT-AX89X (an 8×8 dual-band WiFi router that gives up to 1024-QAM with a total networking speed up to 6000Mbps and 2.8 times faster compared to 802.11ac 4×4 dual-band routers).
The last networking product on display is the RT-AX86U, a router that inherited the famous AC86U’s genes only with Wi-Fi 6 enabled. The RT-AX86U rated 5700Mbps of network speed along with boosting gaming experience over wired connections with speeds up to 2Gb/s via WAN/LAN aggregation and features a single 2.5G Base-T port that be configured through the web administration panel.