CES Highlights – Top 10 Roundup

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1.    LG’s 65-inch rollable OLED TV display. It rolls away inside a box but is rigid when unrolled.

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2.    Samsung’s World’s first 145-inch modular MicroLED TV aka ‘The Wall’.

  • 3.    Dell’s Ocean plastics innovation; XPS 13; Alienware 34 curved gaming monitor and Advanced 4K laser projector.
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4.    AMD’s Ryzen new high performance 12nm 2nd generation desktop CPU.

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5.    Sony’s Aibo robot dog. Recognises and reacts differently to different people and does tricks just like a real dog.

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6.    Sophia the robot. Now she can walk as well as talk. Creepy or Cool?

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7.    Uber’s on demand urban air taxi #BellAirTaxi With a full suite of connectivity technologies such as video calling, Wi-Fi, artificial intelligence and wireless charging.

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8.    Lenovo’s Mirage Solo Standalone Daydream WorldSense VR HMD headset.

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9.    Intel’s Volovopter a gigantic drone capable of carrying two passengers.

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10.    HTC’s Vive Pro. Let’s in less light and is more immersive with integrated audio. There’s no cord thanks to Intel® WiGig technology.

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With so much to see and do our top 10 is a mere dip in the ocean of some of the really cool stuff coming to the market real soon. According to CES, the top 7 tech trends to look out for are:

  • 5G
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Robotics
  • Voice: The Fourth Sales Channel
  • Facial Recognition on the Go
  • Virtual Reality
  • Smart Cities