WCCF Tech claims NVIDIA will introduce its GeForce RTX Mobility video cards at CES 2019 on January 6th. Sampling has reportedly started and you can expect the GeForce RTX 2070 and RTX 2070 Max-Q, as well as some mainstream models. Both models will be revealed at CES, but the embargo date is reportedly January 26, 2019.
The date of the embargo has been set for the 26th of January which is around the time general availability of the laptops should start.
If everything goes according to plan, you should have RTX powered laptops available on the shelves come February – along with performance reviews using the final drivers. The new mobility lineup that will be launching at CES will include the RTX 2070 and the 2070 Max-Q parts along with the 2060, 2050 Ti and 2050. We do know the 2080 Max-Q is in the works as well, but we aren’t sure whether it will launch along with its other siblings or have a staggered release date.
NVIDIA is also said to be working on the GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q, but that part won't be announced at CES.