CES 2019 | Nvidia will livestream its briefing where - in all likelihood - mobile RTX will be unveiled
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Rumors of Nvidia Turing for laptops have been rampant in the weeks leading up to this year's Consumer Electronics Show. Independent listings from Asus, Lenovo, and HP have essentially confirmed the existence of mobile Turing to finally succeed the mobile Pascal series. Now with CES just two days away, it's safe to assume that Nvidia is gearing up to announce the inevitable.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang will take the stage at the Las Vegas MGM Grand Conference Center this Sunday at 8 PM PT where the event will be livestreamed via the official Nvidia website. Like most press events, specific details are not revealed to the public beforehand. Nonetheless, the chipmaker is hinting strongly at GeForce RTX-related news based on the website and invitation banner alone.
We can expect loads of refreshed gaming laptops to appear throughout the show as they almost always accompany new GPU announcements from Nvidia. We'll likely learn more about the cost, performance, and availability of these new models in the weeks to come.
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