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After years of games-specific shows like E3 and Gamescom this year we trekked all the way to Las Vegas for CES 2020 - easily one of the biggest tech events on any calendar year. Amid all the robots, artificial intelligence, and self-driving cars we managed to check out the latest in gaming tech. And judging by what we saw - 2020 is going to be great year.

CES is huge, several times the size and scope of something like E3 and covers just about anything and everything with silicon or a microchip of some-kind. In addition to hypothetical futures where we all go from business meeting to business meeting in automated Hyundai helicopter Uber things, CES is also the place where the biggest names in the industry showcase upcoming products.

From LG to Samsung to AMD to Dell to Lenovo and others like ASUS, Razer, and MSI. When it comes to gaming the biggest innovations at CES this year centred around the advances coming to display technology in 2020. So much so that even though our main gaming display is only a few months old – we’re already looking to upgrade. The way we perceive portable on-the-go gaming and laptops will continue to evolve throughout 2020 too, thanks to the line between performance and portability continuing to blur. Now, that doesn’t mean that the traditional desktop PC is dead – it isn’t and won’t be for a while. In fact, from what we saw at CES the desktop is about to become more versatile than ever.

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