Part 4: Ground rules are being set for the metaverse, while creatives are busy developing the environment for it.
Segmented and reflecting bits of light to reduce size.
Part 3: Shows like CES try to dazzle, but there is a difference between show reality and actual reality, especially when it comes to entertainment/creation.
Part 2: Portable computing systems, latest in TV/home entertainment display/audio technology, LED lighting solutions catch the eyes of attendees.
Japanese start-up AI Silk demoed its new metaverse gloves that enable customers to use their fingers instead of pesky controllers.
Gaming and creating get particular attention.
Lisa Su rolls out impressive product lineup.
Acer burst into the new year with new products in its Swift Go line, laptops for gaming, new 3D stereo tech, and more.
Can you even believe an in-person CES happened?
CES came and we all stayed at home. That’s maybe just as well. We know several people who think they may have gotten Covid-19 at last year’s event. They had caught what they at first thought was a really bad case of the CES Flu. As always, reporting on CES is really a months-long process as the entire universe for consumer electronics resets itself for a new year. And this, friends, is a big new year.
The number of “firsts” Sony has chalked up for TVs is too long to list. An important brand for over 50 years, Sony promises to amaze their customers, especially during CES time. For this virtual CES they rolled out the big boys. Not the biggest TV you’ve ever seen, but too big for your living room unless you’re Jeff Bezos. … Read more
Acer unveiled some new products in its Predator and Nitro portfolios with three gaming monitors. Additionally, the company said it is the first to deliver TÜV Rheinland Eyesafe-certified gaming monitors that emit less high-energy blue light than industry-standard monitors. The Predator XB273U NX 27-inch monitor has a WQHD (2560 x 1440) panel with a 275 Hz refresh rate (overclocked) and … Read more