Many global events have been minimized to digital ones since last Spring, which may have limited schedules and discussions to the absolutely necessary in many cases. However, this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) trade show which is held virtually can easily be an exception.
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Who can better present a visually appealing show of the world's latest gadgets than the companies that produce these devices? This is mainly why the 2021 edition of the Consumer Technology Show is set to be just as thrilling to tech freaks as previous shows.
Through a live stream broadcasting from Jan 11th to the 14t, CES is introducing the public to a number of the newest technologies, including AI devices, innovations, and other tech-related ideas.
Here, we examine some of the most interesting gadgets and technologies revealed in CES 2021.
1. Samsung's Neo QLED
The Korean giant is releasing a new beautiful Mini-LED-based TV which comes in 8K and 4K models.
2. Setach's Apple-specific devices
Before the virtual 2021 CES starts, @Satechi has announced four new Apple-specific aluminum keyboards as well as a new sleek iPad stand. #CES2021 #CES21 https://t.co/sxXvJEzPUn pic.twitter.com/W0DngOvXi6— AppleInsider (@appleinsider) January 7, 2021
Setachi is showing aluminum keyboards and a new sleek iPad stand that are designed specifically for Apple devices.
3. Arcade1Up's new 5-10 New Cabinets
4. Sony's latest TV is equipped with human intelligence
Besides providing the best picture and sound for viewers, the Sony Bravia XR has a unique Cognitive Processor XR, providing customers with HomeKit and AirPlay services across all three new TV series.
5. Wearable Ultrasound Device
The first ever wearable Ultrasound device focusing on pre-hospital diagnostics and monitoring of critical injuries. you can use at home and stay connected with your doctor #CES2021 #CES #innovation #AI pic.twitter.com/yifwuv4YH2— PONS (@PONS_TECH) January 11, 2021
Since 2020 has boosted people's interest in medical devices, a wearable Ultrasound device has been featured in CES, which can be used by both professionals and non-professionals to diagnose critical injuries as soon as they happen.
6. Drone Deliveries
Also, inspired by the events of 2020, where items were needed to be delivered to households without threatening people's lives as they hid in their homes in fear of contracting COVID-19, contactless delivery methods are heavily highlighted in CES 2021.
7. Sony’s Airpeak drone
Small but mighty. Elevate your creativity with Airpeak – made for professional content creators and storytellers. ? Taking flight Spring 2021 https://t.co/rYSaz9NcD5 #SonyCES #CES2021 pic.twitter.com/VRbj06m0KV— Sony Alpha (@SonyAlpha) January 11, 2021
Targeting content creators and video influencers, Sony has revealed its new drone, which has been unveiled during CES2021. The drone is said to be the smallest ever amongst ones that can carry alpha cameras, which can provide a captivating photography experience.
Have you tuned in to watch CES online? What other technologies have you been waiting for?
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