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Here’s a quick look at the top technology innovations and products displayed by Lenovo at the event.

The device has an RGB depth camera with 180-degree rotation. Using it, it can create virtual versions of users, mimicking their actions and even their facial expressions. At CES, the brand showcased how Chronos animated a person jumping jacks and kicking a ball into the soccer goal.

You can call it metaverse-related hardware packed in a grey box and powered by a 13th-gen Intel core processor. The device is still in its development phase, but Lenovo plans to start shipping it this year.

Lenovo Yoga Book 9i was another bang-on debut at CES 2023. It’s the world’s first “full-sized OLED double-screen laptop” with two 13.3-inch touch screens having 2.8K resolution.

The screens can rotate 360 degrees on the hinge, which also features Bowers & Wilkins speakers supporting Dolby Atmos spatial audio. The keyboard can be attached to the screen’s bottom or stacked vertically using a stand.

The machine is primarily built for productivity and multitasking with different apps or tasks on the two screens. It is convertible, runs Windows 11 software, and comes with a stylus. The Yoga Book 9i will start at $2099.99 and go on sale in June 2023.

The brand has also announced a new tablet called Lenovo Smart Paper that competes directly with Amazon Kindle. For starters, it’s the global version of the Lenovo Yoga Paper in China and is meant for reading ebooks, and articles, taking text and voice notes, etc.

Lenovo Smart Paper comes with a 10.3-inch e-ink display. It equips a resolution of 1872 x 1404 pixels and 227 PPI pixel density, along with a color-adjustable front light. It’s a low refresh rate monochrome panel that’s extremely battery efficient.

The tablet also supports a battery-less stylus called Smart Paper Pen. It gets EMR pen technology, having 4,096 pressure levels with tilt detection and a low latency of 23 milliseconds.

Smart Paper has different pen settings, including pencil, ballpoint, marker, and more. It also has several preset note templates and can convert handwritten notes into text.

Under the hood, the device is powered by a Rockchip RK3566 chipset. It is coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. The tablet runs Android 11 and supports Bluetooth 5.2 BLE, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, and a USB Type-C port.

Lenovo claims it can last up to 7,000 pages of reading on a single charge. The Smart Paper is priced at $399 (roughly Rs. 35,000), and it will be available in the US later this year, bundled with a stylus and a folio case.

Pitching it as the “best phone for cybersecurity,” Lenovo has launched the first-ever Motorola ThinkPhone at CES 2023. It’s an enterprise-focused phone designed for Lenovo ThinkPad fans and business users.

The ThinkPhone carries its DNA from the ThinkPad lineup. You get a carbon fiber design back with ThinkPhone branding. And there’s a red shortcut button on the side, similar to the one on ThinkPad laptops.

Motorola has packed the smartphone with ThinkShield technology and a dedicated security chip to protect pins and passcodes. You’re also being promised four years of security updates from Google, which makes it a perfect combination of solid and secure hardware and software.

The ThinkPhone is high-specced for the most part. It gets powered by Qualcomm’s 8+ Gen 1 chipset coupled with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The front is covered with a large 6.6-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

The device supports 5G and Wi-Fi 6E, brings in a 68W charger inside the box, and supports wireless Qi charging. With a prime focus on connectivity, durability, and security, the Lenovo ThinkPhone is a promising smartphone for business use and one of my favorite products at CES 2023.

The ThinkBook Plus Twist offers a narrow-bezel 13.3-inch 2.8K OLED display with touch glass inside. At the same time, a 12-inch e-Ink display with a 12Hz refresh rate and touch glass sits on the top cover. The panels sit on a twist hinge which can be rotated to switch to either of the screens.

Business travelers can use the e-ink display in a typewriter laptop or e-paper tablet mode to draft, edit, and proofread documents. You can also use it for reading ebooks on the go. The e-ink screen is primarily meant for long periods of use without causing eye strain or draining much battery.

The laptop is powered by 13th gen Intel Core processors and runs Windows 11. Other specifications include Wi-Fi 6E, full pen support on both panels, and an FHD camera clubbed with a dual microphone having smart noise cancellation.

Lenovo launched many other products, too, out of which we’d appreciate the new Magic Bay accessories. The accessories debuted with the ThinkBook 16p Gen 4, which has a lid-mounted POGO-pin interface to attach accessories. It may remind you of the Moto Z-series smartphones with moto mod accessories.

There’s a Magic Bay 4K webcam that can go up to 4k 30fps, offers a 270-degree hinge, and an electronic privacy shutter. Complementing it is the Magic Bay Light that can illuminate the subject with up to 200-lux of adjustable brightness for video conferencing.

Lastly, there’s Magic Bay LTE which incorporates a SIM card reader to add always-on connectivity while traveling without using a dongle or Mi-Fi device. While there are limited accessories for now, we may see some more useful MagicBay products from the company in the coming time.

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Ces 2023 Day Three Highlights: Lenovo, Alienware, And Msi

We’re halfway through the madness that is CES, and we’ve already seen so many amazing new products and reveals. Day three was filled with some incredibly exciting tech in the form of the world’s first foldable laptop, a PC with a dragon inside, and a chair with wings. So, without further ado, let’s dive into our highlights from day three of CES 2023.

Lenovo X1 Fold

After seeing it announced during the day one keynote speeches, we couldn’t wait to get our hands on the new foldable laptop from Lenovo. A world first, it comes with a sleek design, great user interface, and endless possibilities. 

Whether you’re looking to use this as an everyday laptop, for business, or as a tablet-laptop hybrid, we were really impressed.

Lenovo Legion

We also got to take a closer look at the new Legion products from Lenovo. First up was Lenovo’s lightest and thinnest gaming laptop yet – the Legion Y740S. This is a stylish new laptop that comes with three modes, one for gaming, one for entertainment, and one for everyday use. To make this even more impressive, they then paired this with their first external GPU, the Lenovo Legion BoostStation.

Then we got to see their new gaming monitors up close including both the Legion Y25-25 24.5 inch gaming monitor made in conjunction with Team Liquid, and the G32qc 32-inch curved monitor. 

Finally, they showcased their new ambidextrous gaming mouse. The Lenovo Legion M600 Wireless Gaming mouse comes with increased connectivity as well as a wired option to make sure you never miss a shot while gaming.

Alienware Second Screen

For those of us who like to monitor our PC’s performance – especially when it comes to the CPU, GPU, and DRAM. Alienware’s Second Screen allows you to do this without taking up real estate on your monitor by utilizing your smartphone display instead.

There were also features still in development including RGB lightning adjustments, overclocking, and in-game integrations.

Concept UFO

Yet another new mobile gaming product was brought to us by Alienware and that was Concept UFO. Slightly larger than a Nintendo Switch, this new stage in portable gaming allows you to bring your Steam library with you wherever you go. The controllers are detachable and dockable meaning you can play either on to go or at home for a full gaming experience. 

MSI MEG Aegis Ti5

MSI have had an incredible year at CES 2023, winning awards left, right, and center. One of these awards was for their new PC, the MSI MEG Aegis Ti5. This PC will definitely split opinion when it comes to it’s design – it’s definitely individual, but the interface is incredible. 

MSI Stealth And Raider Gaming Laptops

MSI also brought new versions of their Stealth and Raider gaming laptops. Both of these come with a mind-blowing 300hz refresh rate and some serious battery power behind them to keep them running. 

The Stealth lives up to its name with a sleek, black design that is both unassuming and stylish at the same time. The Raider, on the other hand, comes with a cool RGB light strip along the bottom edge to really make it look like the gaming laptop we all need. 

Our Verdict

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Alienware’s Concept Ufo – A Handheld Gaming Pc At Ces 2023

Alienware are for the most part known best for their gamer-focused desktop PCs and the insane gamer laptops that they have released in the past – but Alienware have used CES 2023 to show off their latest concept: The Concept UFO.

What Is The Concept UFO?

At its core, the Concept UFO is a handheld games console that Alienware (and Dell) want to use as a conduit to bring AAA PC titles to gamers in a ‘handheld format’. Ambitious, but they definitely have our attention.

How exactly is the Concept UFO going to achieve this though? Well, Alienware have been a little dicey on the exact details of the hardware that is going to be powering the Concept UFO, but (according to an official Dell blog post) it will feature a 1900 x 122 resolution 8-inch screen, with detachable controllers and (apparently) involve 10th generation Intel Core processors.

Looking closer at the design, its not hard to see where Alienware might have taken inspiration from, with the console very similar to the Nintendo Switch– but they aren’t alone in this ‘lateral thinking’. In fact, it’s my personal opinion that this may be the design route that mobile gaming takes en-masse from now on as it offers versatility and comfort in handheld play.

Just like the Nintendo Switch, players will be able to detach the controllers from the magnetic rail system that holds them to the main screen and hardware unit and attach them together on a hub unit to form a more traditional controller.

The screen itself will be complete with a stand so that gamers can play easily on ‘trains and airplanes’ and will be able to connect to different monitors and display screens – but here is where the comparisons with the Switch ends.

The Concept UFO: Handheld Gaming PC

The Concept UFO is at its heart a gaming PC, handheld or not. That means it will be able to connect to mouse and keyboards for a more traditional PC gaming experience, as well as supporting its included controllers. So, theoretically and should a gamer want to, they could play on the Concept UFO during their commute home, go into their living room, connect the UFO unit to their TV or monitor and then continue gaming seamlessly with a traditional mouse and keyboard setup.

Not only that though, but the Concept UFO will also be running off a windows operating system – meaning that the games library available for the UFO is potentially limitless. Modding, graphical adjustments and an extensive library of games are just a few reasons that we are excited to see the Concept UFO in action – but that doesn’t mean the Concept UFO is certainly bound for success.

The Future Of The Concept UFO

Let’s assume that the Concept UFO goes to production, what issues might lie in its path?

One of the major concerns that have been expressed about the Concept UFO is cooling. PC gaming is notorious for heat issues, so how do Alienware plan to combat that? Also: battery life. If the Nintendo Switch (which operates lower spec hardware) has a battery life of a few hours, how is the Concept UFO going to compare?

It’s hard to say without any technical information released by Alienware, but with the Concept UFO just a prototype that could be entirely redesigned or not released at all, its certainly a promising glimpse into what the future of PC gaming could hold. And, whilst there are problems like long term heating and battery life issues that need to be addressed, we were massively impressed by what we saw at CES, and can’t wait for further updates from Alienware concerning the future of the Concept UFO project.

Looking for more PC gaming and tech news from the floor of CES 2023? Check out or CES 2023 news page for the latest updates right from the show itself!

Android At Ces 2023: Eight Intriguing Announcements You Might Have Missed

As CES comes to a close, two things are certain: We won’t be able to afford one of LG’s jaw-dropping roll-up OLED TVs and Android is poised for another big year.

Google Assistant


Google didn’t bring its heavily rumored Pixel 3 Lite to CES, but it did bring a bunch of new Google Assistant tricks. Along with a new Interpreter Mode on Google Homes and Smart Displays that offers real-time translation of conversations in dozens of languages, you’ll be able to check your flight info and get your boarding pass using Assistant on your Android phone. But the most useful new Assistant feature for Android phones is on the lock screen. On Pixel phones, “Hey Google” works even when your phone is locked and now Google is bringing that functionality to all Android phones. So you won’t need to unlock your phone anymore just to set an alarm.

Why it matters: This could mean that Google is beginning to loosen the reigns on Pixel-exclusive features.

Nubia Red Magic Mars phone


There weren’t a ton of phones unveiled at CES this year—they’re all being prepped up for MWC—but there was one that caught our eye, if for no other reason than the name: Red Magic Mars. Made by Nubia, it features a Snapdragon 845, a 6-inch LCD screen, up to 10GB of RAM, a liquid cooling system, and a 3,800mAh battery, but what’s most interesting about the Red Magic Mats isn’t what’s on the inside. It’s two unique features on the case. Near the top you’ll find a pair of customizable touch-sensitive “shoulder” buttons that add extra controls for gamers, and a rear-facing LED strip with 16.8 million color options. And the really cool part? It’s coming to the U.S. and it starts at $399.

Why it matters: After the Razer Phone 2 and Asus ROG phone landed in 2023, gaming phones are becoming a thing. So it’s good to see someone make one that doesn’t cost as much as an iPhone.

5G connectivity


As expected, 5G was one of the big buzz words at CES this year, even if we’re still months away from actually being able to buy a 5G phone (AT&T’s naming shenanigans aside). But rest assured they’re coming. At CES, Qualcomm announced that more than 30 5G handsets will arrive in 2023, a significant jump from the previous estimate of 20. Many of them won’t reach the U.S., but we do know of one phone that will: Sprint announced at CES it will be carrying a 5G phone from Samsung, so now all of the major carriers are confirmed to be selling one. Get ready because 5G will be here before you know it.

Wireless Android Auto


Android Auto has slowly become one of the best infotainment systems, with solid app support, Google Assistant integration, and fantastic hands-free navigation. At CES, several stereo makers unveiled new head units that support Android Auto, including the first wireless option in the JVC KW-M855BW. That means you don’t have to bring a USB-C cable along to beam Android Auto to your car’s screen. And if your phone is equipped with Miracast, you’ll even be able to play video to the 6.8-inch display (though you’ll need the parked with the emergency brake engaged to do so). It also allows for dual phone pairing and high-resolution audio playback, feature we’d love to see come standard in 2023 cars.

Bixby 2.0

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Bixby has been the brunt of too many punchlines to count, but nevertheless Samsung persists, with Bixby 2.0 landing on phones late last summer. The only problem was it broke some functionality with third-party software, namely Maps, Gmail, Play, and the rest of Google’s apps. During its CES keynote this year, Samsung slipped in some good news: support is coming back. It’s not clear exactly how deep the integration will go, but previously you could use the assistant to do things like get directions, download apps, and show messages from a specific sender. Now if only Samsung would let us remap the Bixby button on the Galaxy S10.

Tablets as Alexa speakers


Android tablets aren’t generally a thing we get one excited about, but Lenovo is trying to change that by turning them into smart speakers. They don’t run Google Assistant, however—they run Alexa. While Lenovo’s new Android Oreo tablets are nothing too special on their own, with 10-inch screens and Snapdragon 450 processors, they become something more when charging. Pop them into the bundled Smart Dock and they’ll transform into a veritable Echo Show, with a pair of 3W speakers and three far-field microphones.

Why it matters: Visually, it’s is a huge improvement over last year’s model and way cheaper to boot.

Android TVs


Every time we think Android TV is ready to go off the air, something comes along to give it new life. At I/O, Google promised a “renewed focus” on the platform and we met the JBL Link Bar, a Google Assistant-powered soundbar with Android TV baked inside that’s finally releasing this spring. And now to kick off 2023, we have lots of Android TVs on the way: Sony, Hisense, Philips, TCL, Xiaomi, JVC, Toshiba, and others all announced new sets at CES with Android TV and Google Assistant built in. And it’s no coincidence that developers this week also started to receive their ADT-2 Android TV development kit and dongle for Android 9 Pie integration. So stay tuned.

Scallop 2 Wear OS watch


Fossil has been the quiet flag bearer for Android Wear/Wear OS, and CES has traditionally been its launch pad for new models. Fossil didn’t bring the slate of watches that it usually brings, but there is one notable model: The Kate Spade Scallop 2, named for its etched bezel design. New this year is NFC for Google Pay, a heart-rate sensor, GPS, and 3ATM water resistance so you don’t have to take it off when you go swimming. The only thing that hasn’t changed is the price: It still starts at $295, which is way more palatable with these features. Our only complaint is that it still uses the older Snapdragon 2100 chip rather than newer 3100 one, but it’s still an impressive update.

Why it matters: Wear OS is still looking for a leader, but it’s still a good sign that that women’s watches will finally be getting the same features as men’s.

6 Top Crypto Tokens Of April 2023

April 2023 has been one of the biggest months cryptocurrency has experienced since its decline started in 2023. Following the banking crisis, cryptocurrencies have dramatically increased in value as general investors begin to lose hope in traditional investment options.

This has resulted in a huge influx of new investors, however, some have been left feeling a little overwhelmed. Several large scale projects have continuously made headlines, while others offering even higher returns have stayed below the radar. Instead of spending hours researching these projects, here’s a breakdown of the top crypto tokens of April 2023.

Collateral Network (COLT) Creates Excitement With A Potential 35x ROI

While mainstream markets have focused on Bitcoin (BTC), Collateral Network (COLT) has been offering even higher returns for bullish investors. With a predicted ROI of 3500% in the next six months, Collateral Network (COLT) is making waves throughout the presale market and has already increased from $0.01 to $0.014.

With Collateral Network (COLT), users and SMEs can borrow against their physical assets to raise a loan on the blockchain. This enables them to liquidate high-value assets without needing to physically sell them.

Assets are brought on-chain as fractionalized NFTs after which lenders can offer loans via NFT fractions. As a result several lenders can get involved without needing to offer the full loan amount upfront. Lenders are incentivized to loan with fixed interest rates, which enables them to generate a passive income and theoretically become their own bank. Once the loan amount and interest has been repaid, the asset is then returned to the borrower.

Collateral Network (COLT) offers cross-chain integration and has been fully audited to guarantee the highest level of safety for users. All transactions are made on-chain and never impact a borrower’s credit rating. Transactions can also be made across countries, with borrowers receiving cash in just 24 hours.

If a borrower is unable to make their loan repayments, the asset is sold at a private auction for Collateral Network (COLT) token holders. During this auction, holders will be able to purchase the asset at below market value. However, this feature will only be available to token holders who purchase COLT tokens during the Collateral Network (COLT) project’s presale.

The Collateral Network (COLT) native token, COLT, is currently selling at $0.014 during the second stage of its presale. Investors holding tokens will earn rewards throughout the Collateral Network (COLT) ecosystem and will also have the opportunity to profit from price increases, with current estimates going as high as $0.35 in the next six months.

Cardano (ADA) Up 12% After March Disappointment

Cardano (ADA) is a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain platform designed for innovators who want to see change in the global structure of the world. Cardano (ADA) lets developers build a range of decentralized applications and has become the 7th largest cryptocurrency in just a few years.

Throughout March, Cardano (ADA) experienced steady price declines and a significant drop in trading volume. However, Cardano (ADA) is now on the rise, with a 12.54% price increase in the last five days. This rise for Cardano (ADA) has been sparked by significant price surges in the crypto market, as well as the introduction of the Cardano (ADA) Lace wallet.

Lace will give investors access to all decentralized applications on Cardano (ADA) and is expected to increase Cardano (ADA) activity over the next few months.

Litecoin (LTC) Up 7% After Green Crypto Initiative Announcement

Litecoin (LTC) is one of the oldest cryptocurrencies in the market and a fork of Bitcoin. Litecoin (LTC) was created to prevent the monopolization of the Bitcoin mining market. Unfortunately, the Litecoin (LTC) project failed at this goal, however, Litecoin (LTC) now looks to revolutionize cryptocurrency mining throughout the entire industry.

Litecoin (LTC) recently announced that it will be working with Metalph Technology Holding Ltd (MATH), to create green crypto mining processes. These will include the reduction of carbon emissions and the use of renewable energy sources for mining.

Since its announcement, Litecoin (LTC) has increased in price by 7.44%, with one Litecoin (LTC) token selling for $94.05 at the time of writing. Given that crypto is being criticized for its lack of renewable initiatives, Litecoin (LTC) could be the first to take cryptocurrency on a new path.

Ethereum Classic (ETC) Price Increases Attract Bullish Investors

Ethereum Classic (ETC) is a great crypto token for investors looking for an Ethereum alternative. Ethereum Classic (ETC) is a fork of Ethereum and works as a smart contract network.

Ethereum Classic (ETC) looks to solve many of the issues associated with Ethereum. Ethereum Classic (ETC) first started to preserve the integrity of the Ethereum blockchain, after a hacking event caused the loss of 3.6 million ETH.

Over the past thirty days, Ethereum Classic (ETC) has increased in price by 7.51%, with recent upwards trends triggering a price increase for Ethereum Classic (ETC) of 9.63% in the last five days alone, also sparking a rise in trading volume for Ethereum Classic (ETC).

The Sandbox (SAND) Connects GameFi And Real World Business With Its Gucci Collaboration

The Sandbox (SAND) has already attracted attention from international businesses such as HSBC and TIME, and recently announced The Sandbox (SAND) will be collaborating with Gucci. Although the details of this collaboration have not been announced, The Sandbox (SAND) has increased in price from $0.58 to $0.65 in just a few weeks, with The Sandbox (SAND) investors eagerly awaiting more information.

Polkadot (DOT) Investors Turn Bullish After Recent Price Increases

Polkadot (DOT) has increased in price by 5.90% in the past five days, following the announcement of its partnership with Stellar Network. The partnership is believed to enhance the Polkadot (DOT) usability and has caused several price increases.

In less than two weeks, Polkadot (DOT) has increased in price from $6.16 to $6.58, with bullish investors believing Polkadot (DOT) could hit $7 should it be pushed higher by current trends in the crypto market.

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Ces: The Best, Worst Thing To Happen In Tech

CES: The Best, Worst Thing to Happen In Tech

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is right around the corner, which means the time has come for all of us to get excited about the latest and greatest technologies companies will be showing off this chúng tôi countless industry analysts and pundits will tell you, this year’s CES will play host to a bunch of developing technologies, including Ultra HD, wearable tech, and others, and there appears to be little chance that some of the old standbys, like 1080p HDTVs and PCs will be able to make the kind of splash that they once did at the show.

But as someone who has been covering this industry for several years and has attended my fair share of CES events, I can tell you beyond a shadow of doubt that while it’s one of the most important shows and arguably one of the most interesting, it’s also the worst thing to happen to this industry.

The Consumer Electronics Show is huge. If you’ve never attended, you owe it to yourself to find a way at least once to see just how sprawling the event can be. You’ll walk countless miles over a few days and find that you couldn’t see half of what was there. What’s worse, some of the most interesting and innovative technologies, started by small entrepreneurs, find themselves in the back corners of rooms you never even see, meaning the larger firms tend to get the most play.

Oh, and when you come home from the show, you can all but guarantee that you’ll come down with some kind of cold – it’s impossible not to when everywhere you go, you’re surrounded by people.

But after the initial shock and awe of the sprawling show wears off, you come to realize, just days after the event, that much of what you’ve seen might never see store shelves. What’s worse, companies are more than happy to show off “future” technologies, only to give them the same moniker year after year after year. Simply put, CES is, in many ways, a lot of talk, but not a lot of walk.

Admittedly, there are many companies that come to CES with products ready to hit store shelves. But there are also countless devices that have either already been made available or seem to be little more than cool concepts that might still be years off. It’s the middle ground that matters. And in that middle ground, it’s hard to find a whole lot of truly compelling products.

Then, of course, there’s the lull – the period between the big show and when products actually hit store shelves. In far too many cases, that’s months, and it means seeing products in January, only to hear little to nothing about them until, say, October. That is, of course, unless they get delayed, which pushes the wait even further.

This is not to say that CES isn’t important – it is. But under all of the hoopla and hype and sexy technology, we find something rather interesting: it’s filled with the what-ifs and could-bes and not very much in the way of products that we want and can get our hands on right now.

Will 2014 be any different? We can hope. But at this point, the only thing we can do is wait and find out.

Not everyone agrees with Don: some say tradeshows like CES are evolving, not dying. You can keep track of all the CES announcements – good and bad! – at the SlashGear CES Hub!

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