Alienware’s thinnest and lightest notebook to date is landing locally at the beginning of February.
The GPU appears to compete with Nvidia’s RTX lineup rather well.
Lexar beats SanDisk to the punch, with their new 1TB SD card costing $499.
Two of HP’s OMEN devices get updated for 2019 and are set to land in SA in a couple of months.
Pricing for the all new Acer Swift 7 starts at R24 999.
The new model lands in Japan later this month and in select regions by mid-2019.
The Smart Countertop Oven can even be activated through voice commands.
Two of Lenovo’s high-end notebooks get refreshed for 2019.
MSI is giving its notebook an RTX refresh.
The new hinges adds a few different modes to the Triton 900, but it will cost you.
Asus’ latest offering serves up a new form factor for gaming notebooks.
Ray tracing has become an increasingly important aspect for Nvidia’s GPU design.
Samsung has a new gaming notebook, with it being revealed at CES 2109 in Las Vegas.
The company will reveal its new peripherals in full come 8th January 2019.
LG’s plans for 2019 are to be highly flexible.
Another South Korean company has a new convertible notebook headed to CES 2019.
The lineup includes a 17″ and 2-in-1 14″ notebook.
The South Korean company will be showcasing its flexible display tech in two very different form factors.