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Of course, the year many media and companies decided to skip attending CES in person, Sony decided that this was the year they made some news at their press conference. While we get more news about EV plans, and next-gen TVs, Tom Holland has also been put on display to promote the upcoming Uncharted movie.

Then we were hit by a barrage of specs for the much-anticipated next-gen PlayStation VR. It will of course be compatible with the PS5 and VR2 Sense consoles we’ve already seen. It will have a display resolution of 2,000 x 2,040 pixels per eye, a 110-degree field of view, and be capable of frame rates from 90 to 120 Hz, all with 4K HDR support.

The world of consumer virtual reality has evolved since the original PSVR was released, so Sony is playing catch-up with features like inside-out tracking, which uses multiple built-in cameras to track the movements of your head and controllers. There will also be “headphone feedback” which looks like the headset will vibrate and vibrate like a DualShock/DualSense controller. We’re still waiting to see what it will look like, how much it will cost and when we’ll buy one, but the company has announced that one of the first games has arrived on the platform: The call of the horizon from the mountain, which will be a virtual reality experience in the world of Horizon.

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The spotlight-style device weighs just 1.83 pounds.


Samsung’s new portable projector uses autofocus and auto leveling features that will help align everything you’re watching, meaning you’ll have plenty of options for where to place it.

You will be able to display content with a display size of 30 to 100 inches in 1080p resolution. It has a 180-degree stand, so you can point it toward the ceiling and watch things while you’re lying down. Alternatively, using a basic accessory, the Freestyle can be connected to a standard E26 headlight socket.

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Think of it like a super deck.

ROG Flow Z13 packs in new 12th Gen Intel processors and up to NVIDIA’s RTX 3050 Ti all on a polished board. Weighing in at 2.43 pounds, it’s clearly not intended to replace smaller tablets like the iPad. Instead, ASUS sees it as a way to bring PC gaming everywhere – say a narrow tray table – without the bulk of a laptop. It can even connect to external GPUs.

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There is also an “RTX 3050” on the low end.

NVIDIA just teased a new flagship GPU: the RTX 3090 Ti. More details are coming soon, but the company has revealed some specs to keep discerning GPU fans intrigued. The RTX 3090 Ti will become NVIDIA’s premium GPU, outside of its creator line, replacing the RTX 3090.

Like the 3090, the 3090 Ti will have 24 GB of GDDR6X memory, but run at 21 Gbit/s, as opposed to the 19.5 Gbit/s of the 3090’s memory. NVIDIA also says that the GPU is capable of calculating 40 teraflops, 78 teraflops, and 320 teraflops motor (AI). More vital stats – but no price – after the fold.

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What’s the point of a stylish design if we can’t connect our headphones?

The company’s groundbreaking ultraportable laptop that sparked the slim bezel trend and remained one of our favorite laptops for years is evolving. XPS 13 Plus, a more powerful and ambitious laptop with a grid-free keyboard (read: no space between the keys) and a glass touchpad. It also lacks a headphone jack.

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It’s a four-wheel drive car.



Sony has unveiled a follow-up to the electric car it unveiled at the same event two years ago. The new prototype is an SUV called the Vision-S 02, which has a large interior with seating for seven.

The electric SUV has sensors all over its body, including the CMOS image and LiDAR sensors for the driver assistance system. Sony says it is already running tests in Europe as part of its effort to roll out Level 2+ driver assistance technology on public roads. Inside, there are ime-of-flight sensors for driver authentication, as well as support for intuitive gestures and voice commands. Sony now has ambitions to become a player in the electric car industry and sell its cars to the public. You will create an operating company called “Sony Mobility Inc.” This spring we will explore entry into the electric vehicle market.

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