The 2020 International CES event was held earlier this month and, once again, it didn’t disappoint. Intel was on hand to share some of the latest developments in gaming hardware, streaming video, mobile devices, and more.
According to the U.S. Consumer Technology Sales and Forecast Report, revenue in the technology field increased by about four percent in 2019 and is poised to hit a whopping $422 billion in 2020. A few possible reasons listed for this rate of growth are:
These new developments require advanced technologies and Intel leads the way. A few Intel highlights shared at CES 2020 include:
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Have nine minutes to spare? Check out this highlight video taken from some of Intel’s CES presentations.
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