The 2022 edition of the Consumer Electronics Show has formally kicked off in Las Vegas, Nevada. While attendance numbers are dramatically low this year due to the ongoing pandemic, companies are still showing their stunning new gadgetry with the typical pomp and pageantry that’s associated with such an event. Of course, this includes various new hot pieces of tech for gaming.
We’ve been covering the event high and low, so here’s a collection of all the news beats from CES 2022 right here in one handy hub. This list will continually be updated as more info is rolled out.
CES 2022: The biggest news we covered
- Nvidia unveils GeForce RTX 3090 Ti and RTX 3050 graphics cards at CES 2022 — Following the turmoil of stock shortages for the last two years, Nvidia continues to make the world of PC building a bit more exciting with the launch of two new 30-Series cards, one of which packing a lot of power for a surprisingly small price.
- Full Intel 12th gen mobile and desktop CPU lineup revealed at CES 2022 — Of course, a good PC is more than just a shiny-new GPU — you’ll need a decent CPU, too. Intel unveils its suite of new processors that will power both modern desktops and laptops.
- HP unveils new Omen 4K gaming monitor — Having the right display can truly enhance the user experience, so HP made sure to bring its newest 4K monitor to the show from its popular Omen gaming brand.
- Alienware’s latest 1440p monitor features a Samsung OLED curved display — Dell and Samsung have partnered up to produce this exceptionally beautiful gaming monitor for Dell’s Alienware brand.
- HyperX reveals new lineup of gaming peripherals — HyperX has been making a name for itself over the years by having products that cover the full range of gaming needs. Its CES 2022 lineup includes keyboard and mouse options, controller attachments, and lots more.
- HP Omen refresh announced with 45L, 25L, and Victus sporting big performance — All the benefits of owning a desktop gaming rig without the fuss of building your own: this is the power of prebuilts. HP is cashing in on the market with a slew of new options for those looking to jump into desktop gaming PCs without the barrier of entry that comes with learning how to build one.
- MSI Immerse Streaming Mic debuts alongside TKL and full-size RGB keyboards — One good thing that has come out of COVID is the rise in interest surrounding streams; not just people watching, but people creating. If it’s on your to-do list, then MSI has got you covered with some new peripherals that will surely help amp up your game.
- AMD Adrenalin driver adding Radeon Super Resolution support to countless games — “Team Red’s” answer to Nvidia’s classy DLSS tech is called Super Resolution. The new Adrenalin driver from AMD will enable thousands of titles to benefit from digitally enhanced resolution boosts and higher framerates.
- Razer shows off Enki Pro Hypersense gaming chair with haptic feedback — “They won because they had a better gaming chair” is an argument that’s definitely going to apply to whichever fancy pants who’s going to own this vibration-producing new chair from Razer.
- Razer’s Project Sophia gaming desk concept looks like something sent from the future — Continuing with its trend of hyper-futuristic tech, Razer shows off a new gaming desk that looks like something out of your everyday sci-fi movie.
- Thermaltake shows off the Pacific R2 Ultra LCD for DRAM memory — If you really take your rig’s temps seriously, Thermaltake is practically giving you a HUD.
- This compact Phanteks Evolv Shift XT PC case can expand to fit larger hardware — Rather than fuss with having to find a new case to fit new parts, this case from Phanteks can be altered to suit your hardware needs both large and small.
- InWin’s making PC cases that work like a Lego set — Speaking of modular PC cases, this new series from InWin is designed to be as transformable as a box of Lego.