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The Best of CES 2019: The PC Edition

CES is 52 years old and shows no signs of slowing down. The show has certainly changed over time, though. The major smartphone announcements we were seeing 10 years ago are all but gone, being held for Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month. Instead, this year’s show brings us some of the most exciting PCs we’ve seen in years—and considering this is PCMag, that’s no small feat.

Just like last year, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant seem to be everywhere, letting us control virtually everything with our voices. A much bigger surprise is that Apple’s AirPlay 2 streaming platform is coming to TVs from LG, Samsung, and Vizio. And as always, exciting, innovative products were not in short supply.

At CES, you never know what’s actually going to make it to market, but we have high hopes for

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