Here's what we saw on the final day of CES 2019.
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While Brydge's previously-announced G-Type keyboard for the Google Slate has still yet to be confirmed for the Australian market, the company are throwing a bone to existing Chrome OS users in the form of their new Chrome Desktop keyboard.
While there are plenty of brands in the PC peripherals space trying to invent a better breed of keyboard, there aren't all that many trying to build a different kind of keyboard.
If you're a Ring owner frustrated by the lack of support for Google Assistant, help may be on the way.
Apple's Airplay 2 and HomeKit tech will be in many 2019 smart TVs, but what about the TV you already own?
Most of the big TV vendors have announced support for Apple's AirPlay and HomeKit technology in their 2019 TVs. Vizio is going back and adding support to its 2017 and newer models.
Intel's new F-series chips lack a GPU, and are priced the same as otherwise identical Intel processors with integrated graphics.
At last year's CES, one of the more interesting innovations on the showfloor was the Moodo smart aroma dispenser. This year, Moodo expanded their product lineup with the new Moodo Go.
Here's a round-up of everything you missed if you couldn't make it to CES 2019.
CES 2019 was ground zero for chip announcements, mainstream laptops, radical PCs and enthusiast PC building parts. Here's the best of what CES had to offer.
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