Marking its presence at this year’s CES, Haier is showcasing its next-generation Smart-Home experience ecosystem in Las Vegas. The company’s smart home portfolio has more than 40 products.
Samsung, LG and Sony have launched their range of 8K televisions, Asus, Dell and HP have come up with business & gaming PCs and peripherals, and Hyundai & Sony unveiled electric cars.
Dolby will be introducing Dolby Vision IQ technology at CES 2020. The technology refines the images produced by Dolby Vision that delivers vivid picture quality by incorporating brightness, contrast, colour, and detail to the picture.
Digital Cockpit 2020 is the third solution developed in collaboration between Samsung and HARMAN International. The solution combines Samsung’s telecommunications technologies, semiconductors and displays with HARMAN’s automotive expertise.
Micron has announced Crucial Ballistix gaming memory portfolio that leverages performance-tuned micron die for high speeds and low latencies. The series has modernised heat spreader designs and RGB options feature 8 zones with 16 LEDs.
Sony Electronics is showcasing its newly-launched 8K LED, 4K OLED and 4K LED television models at CES 2020. These include Z8H 8K LED, A8H and MASTER Series A9S OLED, and X950H and X900H 4K LED televisions.
MediaTek has launched Dimensity 800 5G series chipsets for smartphones. The company says that these chips will bring flagship features and performance to midrange 5G devices that are expected to launch in 2020.
Asus has launched a series of products at the CES. The products include notebooks, motherboards, desktops, displays, routers and devices for AIoT applications. The Taiwanese giant also unveiled a series of ROG products as well.
The Galaxy Chromebook is a premium 2-in-1 notebook that comes with sleek design, next-generation productivity features, and offers a seamless user experience. The device will be available in Q1 2020.
Dell Technologies and Alienware have launched gaming products at the CES 2020. This includes a redesigned Dell G5 15 SE (Special Edition) laptop, Alienware 25-inch gaming monitor and AW Second Screen Concept.