Origin PC M-Class Studio Desktop
Origin PC was acquired by gaming giant Corsair and has now introduced something interesting in that time at CES 2020, with the new Origin PC M-Class Studio desktop PC which is aimed at professionals. The new system offers insane amounts of power, where you can configure it with a GeForce RTX 2060 minimum right through to a Quadro RTX or TITAN RTX graphics card. It also looks slick as hell, too.
Intel Ghost Canyon NUC
Intel didn't come out swinging too much at CES 2020, but something that did grab our eyes was the tease of a new Ghost Canyon NUC. Intel's new Ghost Canyon NUC is smaller than a PlayStation 4 Pro but has enough room inside to fit a full desktop NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card. You can configure it with some pretty gnarly internals as well, with Intel starting the new NUC pricing at $1050 and launching in March as a barebones system.
Alienware Concept UFO: Nintendo Switch Style Portable PC
Alienware was showing off an interesting Concept UFO handheld gaming PC at CES 2020, packed with an 8-inch 1920 x 1200 screen and the style of a Nintendo Switch console. Inside, it is powered by Intel's new 10th-gen Comet Lake CPU and integrated graphics. We don't know if the PC will ever make it to market, so it might just be a once-off tease here at CES 2020.