CES 2018: The best new products for the enterprise

CES 2018: The best new products for the enterprise

CES is the world’s largest show for consumer electronics, a gathering place where big tech giants show off their upcoming products and techs. However, CES is not only an ideal place for consumers, as it also sees the unveiling of new products for the enterprise. At this year’s CES, big tech brands welcomed a lot of exciting products to the world, promising to make waves among the community.

In this guide, we have created a list of the best products for the enterprise. For some background, this year’s CES kicked off on January 9 and ran through January 12 in Las Vegas. At CES 2018. We saw the unpacking of a lot of new tech products from big tech giants like Samsung, NVIDIA, and HTC.

  1. Alexa on Windows 10

Alexa ranks among the best virtual helpers on the market, helping users make to-do lists, set alarms, play audiobooks, and get sport scores using their voice command. Amazon has been trying to improve its virtual assistant out there since the day one, expanding its functionality beyond just being able to get questions to answers.

Amazon is widely expected to bring its own virtual helper to other platforms in an attempt to compete with Cortana and Google Assistant. At this year’s CES, Amazon made this official. The Seattle company finally brought Alexa to Windows 10-based PCs. However, Alexa only supports a very limited number of Windows PCs at the moment, like the 2018 ZenBook, VivoBook and the ThinkPad X1 Carbon.

  1. Intel chip with AMD inside

Intel is the leading chip manufacturer on the market. The company has never stopped adding more power to its products, allowing users to handle heavy tasks on their PCs. At this year’s CES, Intel teamed up with AMD, one of the top microprocessor makers, to offer a new chip for laptops and PCs.

According to Intel, the new chip combines perfectly an AMD Radeon graphics processor with an Intel Core quad-core processor, thus offering more power when compared to its predecessors. The new chip is expected to hit a number of new laptops from Dell and HP this year.

  1. Acer Chromebook with USB-C charging

At this year’s CES, we saw the unveiling of a lot of laptops like the Samsung Notebook 7 Spin and Samsung’s 15-inch Notebook 9, and Notebook 9 Pro. It seems that Acer does not want to get left behind.

The Taiwanese company announced the new Chromebook 11 for businesses. One of the best things when it comes to the Chromebook 11 lies in its two Type-C USB 3.1 ports, helping boost charging speeds. The new laptop has an 11-inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and 4GB of RAM. Other specs include 16GB/32GB of flash storage, integrated webcam and stereo speakers.

  1. Huawei’s Q2

Huawei is one of the world’s largest smartphone makers out there, shipping hundreds of millions of phones worldwide. The Chinese company has been trying to show the world that it’s more than just a phone or tablet. At this year’s CES, the Chinese company officially announced the Q2, a Wi-Fi router following months of rumors and speculation. According to Huawei, the new Q2 can communicate with nearby devices over Wi-Fi. Tech experts say that the Q2 serves as a perfect tool for communication in a small office.

  1. Dell’s XPS 13 laptop

Dell’s XPS laptop ranks among the most desired laptops on the market. One of the best things when it comes to the XPS series of laptops lies in their slim body. This year, the XPS becomes much slimmer, as it now weighs only 1.21 kg and is under 12 mm thick.  The 2018 XPS laptop really stands out thanks to its bezel-less “Infinity Edge” display. The new laptop features a Type-C USB 3.1 port with PowerShare, a microSD slot, and two Thunderbolt ports.

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