The 2016 Consumer Electronics Show begins in Las Vegas today. It will be going on till January 9.Some of the best innovations will be displayed here, Internet of Things devices, smart robotics and self-driving cars will be some of the hot tech trends.
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is held in Las Vegas every year and serves the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.
It showcases more than than 3,600 exhibiting companies, including manufacturers, developers and suppliers of consumer technology hardware, content, technology delivery systems with about 150 countries around the world.
World changing innovations are announced here at CES. After recovering from the bacchanalian excesses on the New Year’s eve, here comes one of the most awaited tech shows of the year- CES 2016.
Tech firms are already firing out their press releases and important dates to track before it starts. For this year some of the eye-catching innovations of the year are as under:
Fitness and health, indispensable part of life is now booming with too many competitors in the marketplace. Technogym is looking to update its range of high-end gear with a treadmill that plays a ‘personalised music soundtrack’ based on the speed the user is running at.
Though Technogym says it is the first one to bring this idea to a treadmill but Spotify has already done something similar with its app for street runners.
On the other hand, iFit has announced a treadmill of its own fitted with a 60in (1.52m) curved OLED screen.
Samsung is no behind when it comes to innovation race. Its latest fridge features a 21.5in high definition touchscreen which can be used to check its â€˜temperature, humidity and operation modeâ€™ also you can look at the food inside via a camera.
A South Korea firm has released some early details of a smartphone. They claim that the phones have been designed to look far more expensive and exclusive than they really are.
After smartphones, smart computers you can now wear smart shoes too. Digitsole wants to pitch you its smartshoe. The shoe has a toe-warming system, can count your steps and features a built-in torch lamp.
Have you ever thought of a super thin display which can be rolled like a newspaper? The dream has come true as electronic giant LG has built an 18-inch display that can be turned like a newspaper.
The South Korean firm plans on showing off the new display at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas later this week. The screen shows LGâ€™s forward thinking OLED, which is a type of LED display that is highly flexible.