CES 2021 is turning out to be a monumental show for gaming laptops with some of the biggest laptop trends centered around the experience. With new hardware from Nvidia, Intel, and AMD, new gaming laptops have never been so powerful, sleek, and technologically advanced.
With stocks of desktop GPUs and consoles still low, one of these new laptops at CES may be the best way to get next-generation hardware to game on.
The Triton 300 SE is a Predator gaming laptop unlike any the company has ever designed. Not only does it eschew the bombastic vibe the Predator brand is known for, it does it in an unimaginably portable package. With a 14-inch screen and a 0.7-inch-thick chassis, it represents a new category for
Using Intel’s newly announced 35-watt H-series processor and Nvidia’s RTX 3060, the Predator Triton 300 SE bares little resemblance to the
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The 360Hz refresh rate on the new Razer Blade 15 might be the flashier spec, but it’s the brand-new 1440p resolution that caught our attention. While 1440p
The latest Nvidia RTX 30-series graphics change all that. Not only does Razer seem to think the RTX 3070 or 3080 can handle 1440p on a
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The ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE makes
Alienware’s latest update to its mainstream
But the real innovation comes in terms of ports. The Alienware m15 R4 is the first laptop to support HDMI 2.1, the important new standard found in the next-gen consoles and televisions. So yes, you’ll be able to play
Even more exciting? The prospect of making PC gaming on televisions a bit more palatable.
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The Lenovo Legion 7 16″ is another 1440p
The Legion 7 also sports AMD’s latest Ryzen 5000 processors, all the way up to the eight-core Ryzen 9. Combined with up to an Nvidia RTX 3080 and a 165Hz, the Legion 7 looks like an absolute gaming monster that could be equally good with content creation.
It’s all packaged in Lenovo’s understated Legion design, which comes in under an inch thick and at 5.5 pounds.
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