CES 2017: What To Expect

Posted: Nov 7 2016, 11:47am CST | by , Updated: Nov 7 2016, 7:49pm CST, in News | CES

 
CES 2017: What to Expect
  • What should you expect at CES 2017?

The biggest tech show of the year will showcase the latest in TVs, cars, smart gadgets and more.

CES 2017 seems to be just around the corner and with the tech show fast approaching, here is a roundup of all that is to be expected. CES is touted as the biggest tech show on Earth.

So the latest tech in fields like TVs, cars, smartphones, VR, and other gadgets is no surprise. Basically at CES you see all the latest on tech as much as possible in just one single week.

The tech world may have made many advances, but when it comes to consumers, TVs always rule the CES event. All of the biggest TV manufacturers will come to the event in Las Vegas with new features trying to one-up each other.

LG is bringing the OLED screens while Samsung will present its SUHD, Sony will discuss the future of Android TV, while HDR (High Dynamic Range) will also make its presence known.

Nowadays it’s no surprise to see the latest in car tech at CES events, whether it is self-driving tech, or all electric cars.

The most prominent presence from the car world at CES will be of Faraday Future who will unveil its all electric car. While the Nissan Motors head will deliver a keynote. Tesla and Nvidia are also expected to make a mark at the upcoming CES.

Virtual Reality is also going to have a huge presence at CES, with a long line of VR products from Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR. VR sets will not be showcased just for gamers but their latest in the field of movies and smartphones.

A new Windows 10 VR headset compatible with HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus and Acer may also be unveiled. Other expected tech includes waterproof smartphones, drones, and all sorts of smart gadgets.

The CES (Consumer Electronics Show) will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, with all the events taking place between 3rd till 8th of January, 2017.

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