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CES 2023 Blog: Latest PC Hardware News from the Show Floor

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Calm before the storm? Not quite.

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With the show’s opening day at CES on Thursday and the official press day on Wednesday, you might expect today (Tuesday) to be a waste of time. In fact, when Tom’s Hardware Deputy Editor Paul Alcorn went to pick up his badge, he basically took this picture of an empty row.

However, today is also the day for a number of major press announcements that will have a big impact on the market and the next PC build. Nvidia Officializes RTX 4070 Ti (opens in new tab)offering an MSRP of $799 while announcing a full line of RTX 4000 series cards for laptops. (opens in new tab) In the range 4090-4050.

Intel also launches 13th generation mobile CPU (opens in new tab) along with 16 new locked desktop Raptor Lake chips (opens in new tab) They range from the low-end Core i3-13100 to the high-end Core i9-13900.

We’ve seen laptop announcements from Asus to take advantage of their new mobile CPUs and GPUs. (opens in new tab)Eisa (opens in new tab) and Dell/Alienware (opens in new tab)All of these launches were expected as we usually see Intel and Nvidia rolling out chips at CES and PC vendors putting chips into new computers soon.

What are your plans for the rest of the day? CES Unveiled, a show where companies showcase their new products to journalists, kicks off at 5pm PT. I’m there to see if there’s anything new and noteworthy. Unveiled is often not very interesting to us. Because there aren’t many PC and enthusiast tech exhibitors. But we get it.

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