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  1. Wi-Fi 6E arrives at CES 2021 We roundup the Wi-FI 6E routers, with Asus' model is launching as soon as this month. 0 with 0 posters participating Wi-Fi 6E is very slowly coming to a product near you. The Wi-Fi Alliance started certifying devices on January 7, and CES 2021 saw plenty of product announcements related to the Wi-Fi 6E rollout. Wi-Fi 6E, if you haven't heard, is a new standard for Wi-Fi that was approved by the FCC last year. While Wi-Fi 6 (no "e," aka 802.11ax) is a bunch of technical improvements mostly aimed at more efficie
  2. Virtual CES Was As Surreal As We All Suspected It Would Be Should it have happened at all? Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images As soon as I logged into CES’s online portal, I knew this year’s techfest was going to be...different. The first few hours of virtual press conferences this past Monday reached literary levels of meta: sheets of TV screens, viewed through our screens, while we typed out dispat
  3. CES 2021 is still a thing, and it's going to be huge for PC gaming Nvidia, Intel and AMD all likely have huge stuff coming (Image credit: Nvidia) We're living in strange times, so CES 2021, arguably the biggest tech event of the year, obviously had to adapt. And while a lot of the digital events that have emerged during the pandemic have been relatively minor, CES 2021 is shaping up to be a pretty major show for PC gamers. Nvidia, AMD and Intel all have major keynote shows over the next week, and the
  4. What to Expect From the First-Ever Virtual CES The show must go on. Photograph: Subject/Object Manifest; Getty Images Last year’s CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, marked the last time for a long time many of us would be chatting face-to-face, exchanging invisible respiratory droplets, handling the same germy gadgets, and enjoying food and drinks in windowless restaurants. This year, due to the ongoing pande
  5. AMD CEO Lisa Su to give CES keynote, Ryzen 5000 APUs and Radeon RX 6700 rumored Su will speak at the virtual conference on January 12 (Image credit: AMD) AMD has announced that its CEO Dr Lisa Su will be giving a keynote at next year’s digital-only CES. The company hasn’t given much away, but said Su’s keynote speech - which will take place on January 12 – will focus on AMD's vision for the "future of research, education, work, entertainment and gaming, including a portfolio of high-performance computing and graphics so
  6. CES 2021 is slated to be an in-person event Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, pretty much every in-person event over the last few months has been canceled. Google scrapped its I/O 2020 developer conference completely, and while Microsoft Build went all-digital, the Redmond firm is actually making all of its events digital until July 2021. The only holdout still is IFA, which is still planning an in-person event this year. However, the Consumer Technology Association says that we're still on for CES 2021, and it will still be an in-person event in Las Vegas. It
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