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Five Trends to Expect at CES

CES offers visitors every year a chance to see what is coming next in the world of big kids’ toys

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Five Trends to Expect at CES

CES is a big annual consumer electronics show that brings every year the latest innovations and discoveries in the consumer gadgets world. This year’s CES will be held in January in Las Vegas and all the big names will be there.

The analysts predict that the CES will be dominated by five new trends:

Curved screens bigger than ever

LG is planning to unveil is new curved 105-inch Ultra HD TV.

Smartphones as well as tablets will also have larger displays.

According to some reports, Samsung’s Galaxy Round will have a curved display.

Wearable gadgets for health and fitness

We already have combination of smart watches and fitness trackers, but the next step will be wearable monitors of diet, sleep and fitness.

A next wearable gadget will monitor your heart health using a built-in ECG.

Digital home

We can already control our fridges, ovens and music players from our smartphones. We can expect at CES more advancement in the way we can remotely control our home comfort and safety.

Connected cars

Car makers are coming to CES in unprecedented number. Mercedes-Benz is bringing a smartwatch that will give drivers road hazard real time updates and voice activation and even help the driver to find his car in the parking lot.

A number of electric cars will come to CES, including BMW’s all-electric new BMW i3. This model will have a built-in car map showing the range driven based on car’s electrical charge.

The PCs have more life in them

Tablets and smartphones did not completely get rid of the PCs. Not yet, at least.

Asus is coming with Transformer Trio, a dual boot Windows 8/Android computer that switches between tablet, laptop and desktop computer. It is the bridge between the Android devices and the PCs.  We will also see more PCs equipped with the touchscreen as one device.

Source: CTV NEWS

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/27" rel="author">Bijon Kumar Pramanik</a>
Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.

 

 

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