The annual CES show is always a mélange of announcements and sneak peeks for what is to come through the year. At the show we had most of our regular editors on foot, meeting with manufacturers to find out what exactly is going on under the hood. Despite some technical hiccups trying to record the podcast on site, I was able to track down some of our editors for a short burst into their main highlights from CES and thoughts on the year ahead.





The AnandTech Podcast #40: CES 2017


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Total Time:  1 hour, 48 minutes 26 seconds

Outline hh:mm:ss

00:00:00 Start
00:00:48 Intel Kaby Lake
00:05:53 200-Series Motherboards and Onboard Controllers
00:14:52 Mentioning the Core i3-7350K
00:17:22 ASUS Pro B9440
00:19:56 Enter Ryan Smith, Editor-in-Chief
00:20:03 NVIDIA’s Self-Driving Demo
00:30:03 ASUS PG27UQ
00:38:30 Razer’s Project Valerie
00:49:16 Discussing the value of a tech showcase
00:53:36 Enter Anton Shilov, AnandTech News Editor
00:54:27 Dell goes 8K with the UP3218K
01:01:15 ASUS ProArt PA32U
01:05:14 ASUS Mini-PC
01:10:22 GIGABYTE Gaming GT PC
01:14:04 Corsair Bulldog 2.0
01:17:06 Enter Matt Humrick, Senior Smartphone Editor
01:17:28 Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
01:23:47 Windows coming to Snapdragon 835
01:25:05 Back to S835
01:30:33 Huawei Mate 9 Coming to the US
01:31:36 Honor 6X Launched
01:38:38 ASUS Zenfone 3 Zoom and Zenfone AR
01:48:26 FIN

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Intel Launches 7th Generation Kaby Lake
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Aquantia Multi-Gigabit AQC107 / AQC108 Ethernet NICs
Rivet Network’s Killer E2500 NIC
ASUS PRO B9440: Ultra-Thin Laptop with 10hr Battery for $999

ASUS Demonstrates ROG Swift PG27UQ: 4K, 144 Hz, HDR, DCI-P3 and G-Sync
Razer Reveals Their Triple Monitor Gaming Laptop Concept: Project Valerie

Dell Announces UP3218K: Its First 8K Display, Due in March
ASUS ProArt PA32U Display
ASUS VivoPC X: Core i5, GeForce GTX 1060, 512 GB SSD, 5-Liter Chassis, $799
GIGABYTE's New Console: The 'Gaming GT' PC Launched with Core i7-K, GTX1080, TB3
Corsair’s Bulldog 2.0 Gets Kaby Lake

Qualcomm Details Snapdragon 835: Kryo 280 CPU, Adreno 540 GPU, X16 LTE
Microsoft and Qualcomm Collaborate to Bring Windows 10 & x86 Emulation to Snapdragon Processors
Hands On With the Huawei Honor 6X
ASUS Announces ZenFone AR and ZenFone 3 Zoom

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  • SaolDan - Tuesday, January 17, 2017 - link

  • ImSpartacus - Tuesday, January 17, 2017 - link


    I need most podcast!
  • Manch - Tuesday, January 17, 2017 - link

    Cant tell on my phone, but what is going on with the gigabyte board? Is it burning up or is it a submerged system?
  • Ian Cutress - Tuesday, January 17, 2017 - link

    Submerged, we've got a news item on it coming out today.
  • Manch - Tuesday, January 17, 2017 - link

    Sweet, cant wait to read!
  • SenilePlatypus - Tuesday, January 17, 2017 - link

    Can you guys submit your podcast to Google Play Music? This is the only one I really miss not being up there (and I'd prefer not to have to download/buy a separate podcasting app)...
  • Cliff34 - Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - link

    It's about time!
  • Hulk - Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - link

    Excellent podcast!
    But the audio quality with Anton was really bad. Not that fact that he was remote but do far from the mic and the room ambience made it really difficult to understand him. All he needed to do was be closer to the mic and it would have been much better.
  • Yojimbo - Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - link

    Perhaps Qualcomm is using an ARM-designed core in the Snapdragon 835 because they moved their CPU designers to their Centriq ARM server CPU project.
  • pattycake0147 - Thursday, January 19, 2017 - link

    Could you introduce yourself at the beginning of the podcast? I think it took about 50 minutes before I knew it was Ian speaking since his name wasn't stated until Ryan's discussion.

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