The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the world’s biggest tech event. With nearly 200,000 attendees flooding into the Las Vegas strip for a week in January. Newest event CES 2017 just started. CES is often the home to consumer product announcements and demonstrations of future technologies, so it is one of the most anticipated events of the year for technology enthusiasts and press.
I am not visiting the event, I am just briefly following the event from several different news sources.
The Verge CES 2017 live blog: unfiltered commentary on the biggest news from Vegas
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Selected articles related to recent tech announcements:
Acer’s new Chromebook is built to survive even the clumsiest owner article tells that for budget-conscious, yet accident-prone consumers, there’s a new option: Acer’s rugged Chromebook 11 N7.
CES 2017: Kingston unveils ‘world’s highest capacity USB flash drive’ | ZDNet article tells that small 1TB and 2TB USB flash drives are here.
New HDMI 2.1 spec includes support for Dynamic HDR, 8K resolution, and more article tells that HDMI specification is advancing in the aim to make your new TV old again.
LG’s new OLED TVs are so thin they have to be wall mounted article tells that LG new W-series 4K sets — “Picture on Wall” — TVs are just 2.6mm thin across their entire frame, they can be mounted completely flat against your wall.
CES 2017: Samsung and LG TVs battle to blend in article tells that South Korean tech giants LG and Samsung have launched TVs that aim to better blend in to consumers’ living rooms.