As we know that the year 2019 is going to end, it means that we should expect only one main thing. There’s only a little more than a week before the world’s leading manufacturers take to the stage to showcase their hardware at CES 2020. It is possible to expect everything from toothbrushes and laptops to smartphones and television, and even smart toilets to be revealed during media events on January 6.
CES 2020-What is it?
CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is an annual trade show systematized by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) held each year in January. The event’s venue is the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. The event typically hosts exhibitions of new products and technologies in the consumer electronics industry. CES isn’t open to the public, which means that the attendees have to submit credentials in advance to score an invitation to the venue-Las Vegas Convention Center.
When is CES 2020 Happening?
CES 2020 will start off with a handful of introductory conferences on January 5, but the real fun will start when all the manufacturers take to the stage to showcase their latest hardware on January 6 during invite-only media keynotes. Then from January 7-January 10, the exhibition floor will be open for all the attendees to have a look at the latest technology and hardware.
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CES 2020-What Trends will we see?
One thing that we are sure of will be seen in profusion at the CES 2020 is the abundance of 5G hardware. It may include cellular-connected televisions, refrigerators, or vehicles, etc. Also, it is expected that we will see a strong focus on Artificial Intelligence as was the case in CES 2019 and the introduction of a slew of 8K TVs.
Robot vacuums are about to get a lot more advanced and CES 2020 will give us a sneak peek at some interesting new versions. Combination Roomba/security cameras might be coming our way along with a deluge of dual-screen PCs.
We are also expecting to see a lot about the entire splendid car tech including electric trucks, 3D-printed vehicles, and in-car entertainment for self-driving cars. Also, truly wireless noise-canceling earbuds, foldable smartphones, a try to push 3D audio into the mainstream-all of these trends are expected to be seen at the CES 2020.
What to Expect from Various Manufacturers at CES 2020?
There are various technologies and hardware that all the manufacturers will reveal at the CES 2020. We can expect a lot more interesting and more advanced features than we saw at the CES 2019. Brief information about what the manufacturers will showcase at the CES 2020 is given below:
AMD revealed various desktops and mobile CPUs this year, so it’s obvious that it will refresh them in January. Along with that, it is likely to see a successor to the 7nm Radeon VII GPU and supposedly a line of other flagship GPUS.
Apple will be at CES 2020 for the first time in 28 years and it won’t be announcing any new hardware. Instead, it will be there to discuss its position on consumer privacy at “Chief Privacy Officer Roundtable”.
Intel always uses CES to announce its latest chipset, revealing the first 10 nm Ice Lake CPU at CES 2019. Likely, it is expected to see more advanced 10 nm CPUs, low-end, midrange CPUs and launch of its Intel Xe GPUs, too.
LG will unveil three new LG Gram laptops each of which will feature the latest 10th Gen Intel Core and a max of 24GB od DDR4 32000MHz RAM and a 2-in-1 at its press conference. LG will also showcase a range of 8K TVs at CES 2020 and will announce its 2020 lineup of soundbars. These soundbars will feature an interesting new capability called AI Room Calibration. The new tech will spontaneously alter the sonic properties of the higher-end models to better equal the acoustics of the room.
Samsung often uses the CES trade show to showcase its latest televisions including 4K TVs and 8K TVs and similarly this year too, we are expecting the same from the manufacturers by showcasing an all-screen bezel-less QLED TV. Also, we should be seeing some new computing equipment.
Sony- TVs, TVs, and TVs that’s all we can expect from the press conference of Sony at CES 2020. Also assuming that it will announce a couple of Dolby Atmos soundbars in tandem and maybe even some teasers for the much-anticipated PlayStation 5 and PlayStation VR 2. So I guess everyone especially game lovers shouldn’t rule out for this one surely.
Qualcomm will not be unveiling any new hardware at CES 2020. Instead, it will focus more on to showcase developments in 5G in consumer technology, including new milestones in self-driving cars and home appliances.
It is still too early to speak on what technologies will unveil at the CES 2020. All we can do is just wait and watch!
Sources: Digital Trends
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