CES is usually the biggest event for the latest in consumer electronics. The edition of CES 2021 will be held on January 11-12-13-14 , for the first time, entirely online due to the restrictions for the global pandemic (it is usually held in Las Vegas instead).
The new online format might be a little daunting, but I'm sure those like us who can't wait to see the latest technology will still attend the event, which will see brands like Sony, Samsung, LG, AMD, Microsoft participate. and many others.
Registration for CES 2021 is now publicly available on the CES website . The price of the electronic ticket for the public is 149 dollars .
But let's look at what the three main commercial electronics brands could present: maybe some news on the TV side (with the characteristics of the new consoles in mind) .
Samsung at CES 2021
CES is always a great showcase for Samsung. It is the place the company chooses to launch its latest QLED televisions and screen prototypes, as well as innovations in the field of computing and telephony.
Last year the Sero TV was presented (a rotatable TV, more suitable for trade shows, events and offices rather than traditional homes), as well as the QLED 8K Q950TS. This year for CES 2021 we expect an even wider 8K range, and perhaps the announcement of the release of some futuristic displays like the SunnyFive .
We expect, as every year, some new Samsung soundbars to be combined with the new TVs, perhaps with voice commands for Alexa and Google Assistant.
Sony at CES 2021
Sony has recently released the latest active noise canceling headphones, the WH-1000XM4, so it's unlikely we'll see a new high-end pair of over-ear headphones.
However, it's been a year since Sony's latest ANC wireless earbuds, the WF-1000XM3s , were launched , and that means CES 2021 could be the time Sony launches the fourth generation of the device. The WF-1000XM4 earphones may be equipped with some of the new features we've seen in the WH-1000XM4, including Speak-to-Chat, Adaptive Noise Cancellation, and Audio Upscaling.
We obviously expect some new OLED TVs and new soundbars.
LG at CES 2021
LG usually uses CES as a launch pad for its latest TVs, so we're expecting new OLEDs again this year, especially as part of the Gallery range (GX series) that LG is focusing heavily on.
And not only that, there is also talk of transparent and rollable screens that, perhaps, will be made available for purchase in the course of 2021.
Phones? Nothing new
As for the telephony industry, CES has never been a major launch showcase. So we don't expect big news, last year only mid-range Samsungs and some TCLs were presented.
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