New Delhi (Anish Yande): On the first day of the Consumer Electronics Show, several tech firms have come out with major announcements of their upcoming products. Major brands such as Samsung, Sony, Intel, and LG unveiled products in the virtual event. More than 1,800 exhibitors would be showcasing their products at the virtual event.
CES 2021 would be exploring trends such as 5G connectivity, digital health, privacy, and vehicle technology. The Consumer Electronics Show would be giving a stage for up to 300 speakers.
The South Korean manufacturer launched a new Smart TV lineup, which includes new Micro LED TVs. Samsung introduced a 110-inch Micro LED Smart TV with a QuadView feature. Through the QuadView feature, users can opt for four split-screen viewings.
Samsung unveiled its Samsung Bespoke four-door Flex refrigerator. The doors of the fridge come in different styles. This fridge enables users to change the functions as they wish.
The JetBot 90 AI+ is a vacuum machine equipped with a camera. The vacuum cleans the house and can detect intruders with its security camera. The JetBot 90 AI+ also has a LiDAR sensor and AI capabilities.
Intel unveiled its next-gen chipset for upcoming devices. The next-gen chipset is referred to as the Alder Lake processor. The Alder Lake processor would be available in devices in the latter half of 2021. The processor is built on Intel's new process, 10nm SuperFin.
Intel has stated that the new chipset would be more power-efficient and provide more battery life.
Intel also launched 11th Gen Core H-series mobile processors. These processors come with dimensions of 16 millimeters. These processors are designed for upcoming gaming laptops.
LG has officially announced that it is developing a rollable smartphone. The device has been coined 'LG Rollable' and is expected to launch in 2021. LG is set to compete against Samsung's foldable smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold. The expanding display of the LG foldable phone comes with an OLED display which is expected to fold to either side.
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