Here are the major highlights from CES 2020 Day 3.
Tech is getting sleeker, faster, better and literally bigger. Every year the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) sets up a spectacle for lovers of tech and introduces the world to what is in store for the upcoming year. More than 4500 exhibitors were present and from CES 2020 Day 1 itself, we have a lot to look forward to other than everyone talking about 5G and 5G integration with every possible device.
CES 2020 Day 3
Dell Announces Concept Duet and Concept Ori
Basically, it is Dell’s take on Microsoft’s Surface Duo and Lenovo’s Thinkpad X1 Fold. We have already seen Microsoft Surface Duo in previous months and Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold in CES 2020 Day1 and here in CES 2020 Day 3, Dell announced their Concept Duet and Concept Ori which is basically a foldable device offered by Dell.
The shown product have a thick bezel and an ugly build. Well, this is just a prototype showcased by Dell in the event but the original product will have better build.
There is no information about the pricing and the specifications but we are sure that Dell is going to surprise us by the specifications and pricing in the upcoming months.
Intel Showcases Horseshoe Bend Tablet
Intel also showcases their version of the foldable tablet along with Dell Concept Duet. It is one of the biggest foldable tablet ever showcased in CES or in any other event. Intel announces the 17-inch Horseshoe Bend tablet.
It actually feels slightly more luxurious than the other tablets like Thinkpad X1 Fold or Dell Concept Duet thanks to the exposed matte metallic finish on its edges.
Samsung Announces Galaxy Book S
Although Samsung already announced the ultra-thin Galaxy Book S earlier in the Unpacked event but in CES 2020 day 3, they allowed consumers/creators to test it an on-hands view.
It is a 13.3-inch multitouch light weighted 950 gm ultrabook designed especially for business purposes with a really long battery backup of almost 23 hours. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor running on Windows 10 Home edition with a storage capacity of 256 GB which can be extended up to 1 TB.
Samsung Announces Humanoid AI Chatbot, Neon
This year in CES 2020, Samsung seems to be obsessed with Artificial Intelligence(AI), as we already have seen a couple of AI robots in CES 2020, the Bot Chef – cobot and a tiny robot – Ballie.
Neon is their new project where they are developing AI chatbots that possess similar properties of a human either it is the appearance or the behavior.