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What to Expect at CES 2013?

The giant Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, is one of the largest showcases of new technology in the world. The electronics industry’s most important convention, CES 2013, kicks off tomorrow Tuesday in Las Vegas, with laptops, tablets, and smartphones dominating the news.

As always, there will be lots of rumors about gadgets that don’t get introduced because they’re not yet ready for the primetime and some closely-held surprise announcements that didn’t leak pre-convention. Hereafter are some of things people are expected in advance of this year’s event.

TV tabletsNew smartphones and tablets:

Every year, the latest and greatest in already-existing technology gets shown off at CES. Some companies decided however to focus more on the MWC like Nokia, as their products is not yet ready to be unveil.

We are waiting some new kind of tablet: tablet with a built-in TV tuner from RCA, razor-thin PaperTab, and some low cost tablet from Asus and Acer for just $99.

New Chips and new processors:

Intel will introduce a new, low-powered computer chip that can extend battery life. AMD will show off its latest Radeon graphics chip, and Nvidia will announce its Tegra 4, dubbed the “world’s fastest mobile processor.”

hdtvNext Generation High Definition TVs:

With 3D TVs seemingly a miss, companies have refocused their efforts on jamming more pixels into ultra-large screens. We will have a particular look at LG, Haier, Samsung, and Panasonic during the show.

Wireless AV connectivity:

Samsung will announce at CES a quartet of new AV products, namely the HW-F750, a valve amplified soundbar that has two world firsts – wireless connectivity to a TV and an integrated amplifier.

img_flexible_displayBendable Displays:

Samsung and probably other manufacturers are set to introduce flexible displays that can be used on tablets and smartphones. The third iteration of Gorilla Glass, used on many smartphones, is also going to be unveil at the show. It is rumored to be three times more scratch-resistant than the existing technology Gorilla Glass 2!

Internet services And TVs:

The line between where the internet stops and the TV starts became even more blurred thanks to a series of announcements during Panasonic’s CES press conference. Intel will also launch an TV services.

 
 
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One Comment on “What to Expect at CES 2013?”

  1. Claudio January 24, 2013 at 5:54 pm #

    this is very useful article for many users. thanks for putting across these details in this article.

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