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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin.

  • And today I'm here with some of the best stuff

  • that I've seen at CES 2017.

  • Also, I have a super cool mic

  • so that means I'm legit.

  • - How's it going?

  • - This is the second year in a row

  • that I was literally filming the intro to my video

  • and some famous YouTuber walked up behind me.

  • How's it going? (man kissing Austin on cheek)

  • I appreciate the commitment.

  • So before I talk about all the cool things that I saw,

  • what did you see at CES that you actually liked?

  • You have six seconds, go!

  • - Uh, Project Valerie, uh.

  • - Perfect, thanks.

  • Anyways, so,

  • one of my favorite things I saw at CES this year

  • was Razer Project Valerie.

  • It is essentially a triple-screen laptop.

  • The base of it is a fairly standard Razer Blade Pro,

  • a cool laptop but it traditionally has

  • a single 17-inch 4K display.

  • Mere child's play when you can actually have

  • three of those 4K displays built in.

  • The way they fold out is interesting.

  • They had a couple of different prototypes at the booth.

  • With Razer, a lot of the time after you see these

  • sort of projects at CES, before too much longer,

  • they actually ship them.

  • Valerie's an interesting idea

  • having essentially 12K gaming,

  • a triple-screen 4K setup on a laptop

  • is actually kind of insane.

  • It's also gonna be insanely expensive

  • and probably very hard to drive from a laptop

  • but it's a really cool idea.

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  • - You probably shouldn't do that.

  • It's a bad idea.

  • I'll leave a link in the description.

  • You guys be the judge but

  • not a good idea. - Nah, you probably

  • - shouldn't do it.

  • It's bad for your health. - Bad idea.

  • - Continuing on the crazy laptop train,

  • there is the Acer Predator 21 X.

  • This thing is actually insane

  • but the difference is you can buy it

  • in February

  • for $9,000,

  • no big deal, standard laptop, spare change.

  • Inside you get two GTX 1080s.

  • You get an overclockable Core i7,

  • five drive bays,

  • two power supplies,

  • and a 21-inch curved display

  • on a laptop.

  • I'm not exactly sure what the audience

  • for a 20-pound $9,000 laptop is

  • but if you want some insane performance,

  • Acer also has you covered.

  • Completely changing gears on the laptop side,

  • there is the LG Gram 14.

  • Now at first glance,

  • this looks like a way more normal computer.

  • It's made of plastic.

  • It's got some cool things like

  • you actually have a 14-inch display

  • but the chassis about 13 inch

  • because it's got a small bezel.

  • There's actual ports,

  • a decent keyboard.

  • What's cool about this is that first of all

  • it's incredibly lightweight.

  • From the Gram name,

  • it's less than a kilogram

  • which for a 14-inch laptop is not bad.

  • More importantly than that,

  • it has a big 60 watt-hour battery.

  • Yes!

  • Pause!

  • Stop the music!

  • You heard that right.

  • There's a laptop in 2017 that is still

  • thin and light, and they added battery.

  • Isn't that incredible?

  • Isn't that an amazing idea?

  • Moving away from laptops,

  • one of the absolutely coolest things

  • at CES this year was the LG W7 Wallpaper TV.

  • Not only was it insanely thin

  • but it's actually flexible.

  • The idea is it's a 4K OLED panel

  • that you attach to your wall with magnets.

  • When you're ready to take it off,

  • you literally just peel it back.

  • Along side it, LG was also showing off

  • a brand new Atmos soundbar.

  • The idea is that it has top-firing speakers

  • to fire sound off the ceiling to get

  • a full surround experience.

  • The only downside to all of this

  • is that the actual TV itself

  • costs $8000, so like everything else at CES,

  • it's really expensive.

  • This is really cool!

  • There's a 4K OLED panel that is legitimately flexible

  • that you can just stick on your wall.

  • All right, so what was your favorite thing

  • you saw at CES?

  • - Well, I really liked the LG room.

  • They had a tunnel full of TVs.

  • That was awesome.

  • - [Austin] Yeah, I think it was like 160

  • or something like that?

  • - [Boy] They were all 4K

  • and they have a huge galaxy display.

  • It's awesome.

  • - Yes, it was all OLED.

  • Was this your first CES

  • or have you been before? - My first CES.

  • - What'd you think?

  • - It's awesome.

  • I'm coming again, hopefully,

  • if my dad will take me, yeah.

  • - (laughs) That's the move.

  • Dad, is he going next year?

  • - [Dad] Yes, he's going next year.

  • - We have video proof now.

  • We have video proof.

  • You're good, man.

  • (laughs)

  • (lighthearted guitar music)

  • Oh, as you ride off into the sunset.

  • (laughs)

  • Hisense was also showing off

  • a 100-inch laser projector TV thing.

  • The only reason I say it like that

  • is that while it's an ultra short-throw projector,

  • it actually comes with a dedicated 100-inch screen.

  • You're really meant to only use it with one side.

  • Unlike a traditional projector,

  • you can kind of adjust it,

  • move it back and forth.

  • It really has to be set up precisely.

  • It has the full sound setup.

  • The cool thing is because it is certified with that display,

  • that means that they can actually say

  • it is going to be HDR compatible.

  • It's full 4K.

  • While it's pricey

  • because everything at CES is pricey

  • as I keep saying over and over again,

  • it's a cool piece of tech.

  • We're talking about the best of CES.

  • What was your favorite thing that you saw at the show?

  • - I think my favorite thing was

  • the Xperia Projector.

  • - I didn't see that.

  • What's the deal?

  • - It was a small projector

  • that was probably about like that,

  • probably sat that far off the ground.

  • Once you turn it on,

  • it has a camera on there.

  • It also projects on the wall

  • or you can have it project on a surface

  • and use it like a tablet as well.

  • You can also have it project like a gallery wall

  • on the wall if you're not going to use it

  • as like an Android tablet or whatnot

  • or watch videos.

  • You can use it like that

  • and also switch it,

  • switch it up and do your entertainment on there too.

  • - Dude, that's rad.

  • I wish...

  • Yo Ken can we like go and check this out?