The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2024, seen as the mecca of annual global consumer technology, is all set to dominate the sin city, Las Vegas, from January 9th to January 12th, with Media Days scheduled on Jan 7-8. This year, the convention anticipates an overwhelming surge in AI-focused innovations.
Sony is setting its foot firmly in the domains of movie production, sound, and virtual reality. This effort aligns with their CES focus, engaging their audience through life-like visualization and sound experience. But it isn’t all about performance and action. LG, the South Korean giant, will reportedly introduce their new TV range cutting through the noise. Their emphasis will be majorly on the launches of new OLED models including B4, C4, and G4.
The auto-tech industry is not far behind. With Honda teasing its new electric vehicles, Mercedes is readying to showcase its new AI-powered virtual assistant. The Croatian electric hypercar manufacturer, Rimac, is also eager to discuss its robotaxi ecosystem. Not to mention, Hyundai-backed Mobis lines up with 20 mobility innovations.
The health-tech division will fetch the limelight with a heightened focus on advanced tech. Beauty tech will appear officially for the first time in CES, heralded by L’Oréal’s keynote address. Also, keep an eye on extended reality tech, where companies are bracing up for a new competition era focused on Apple’s Vision Pro headset.
Adding to the excitement, Nvidia, Samsung, and an array of tech giants will announce hardware and AI developments that will be a consistent theme throughout the event. The event will also serve as an excellent springboard for startups to shed light on their ground-breaking tech solutions.
In a nutshell, CES 2024 vows to present the best of AI, OLED TVs, electric vehicles, health and beauty tech, and extended reality technologies. A convergence point for prominent and emerging companies alike, it is going to be a stage that displays a future where the lines between reality and tech blur even more.
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