300Hz Laptop Displays?!
Come on -- it has to be the freaking 300Hz displays, right? Both Acer and ASUS had gaming laptops with 300Hz displays, blowing everything else out of the water. It is a gimmick and I don't think you'll see the difference between 240Hz and 300Hz, but still to see a true 300Hz display on the market is an incredible thing.
For games like Overwatch and CS:GO hitting that 300FPS mark won't be hard, but I don't think you'll be running Control at 300FPS any time soon.
ASUS ROG Zephyrus S GX701: RTX 2080 + 300Hz LCD
ASUS showed off its ridiculously high-end ROG Zephyrus S GX701 gaming laptop, with a 1080p 300Hz panel being made by a mysterious LCD manufacturer. We are expecting it to ship with a 240Hz display that can be overclocked to 300Hz, powered by an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card.
Acer Predator Thronos Air: $14,000 Gaming Chair
Seriously, don't ever stop doing this type of crazy stuff... okay, Acer?
Acer unveiled a slightly cheaper Thronos gaming chair, with its flagship model costing $20,000 -- the new Thronos Air costs just $14,000. You'll still get an awesome gaming experience, but it doesn't have the automatic motorized monitor arm -- yet it can still handle triple-monitors.
Lenovo Q27q - TUV Rheinland Eye Comfort-certified
Lenovo unveiled two new Q-series monitors at IFA this year, with super-thin bezels and aimed at markets and users that want to have less eye strain. The new Q-series displays are TUV Rheinland Eye Comfort-certified.
The new Q27q is a 27-inch display with a native 2560x1440 resolution, 75Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync technology. Connectivity wise we have HDMI 1.4 and DisplayPort, as well as VESA mounting.