Consumer robotics represented a small part of CES but had the same combination of glitz, glamour, marvellous stuff, misrepresentation, uninspiring products and hidden gems, just like the rest of the show. Let’s take a closer look at the latest in home robots designed for fun, education, cleaning, flying and more.
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CES is now behind us, but in its wake is a cavalcade of fantastic new tech gear. We covered it all during — and in the past week since the show — and compiled this handy list to keep you up-to-date. Without further ado, here are the new phones, headphones, tablets, televisions, laptops, cameras, lounge room AV gear, desktops and speakers you need to know about!
That might be where we’re headed, but TCL’s prototype at CES was too much like that 90s arcade game, Hologram Time Traveller – more smoke and mirrors than Princess Leia freespace projection. The more immediate future of TV is all about OLED, 4K, Crystal Display, 8K glasses free 3D, and possibly, transparent screens. In fact, the Future Of TV Is Beautiful, Simple And Good
If the world’s most important Consumer Electronics Show was a music, then this might well be it. Complete with booth babes, OLED TVs, futuristic concept cars, strange new toys and robots, cute reporters, 3D printers, nightclubs, celebrities and Las Vegas hangovers. All footage taken during my trip to the US last week. Enjoy.
At CES last week, in addition to all the gear and gadgets, there was something else on display: women. As with many trade shows — especially ones aimed at a male audience — CES was rife with booth babes.
While we look back fondly at our adventures, we still get home feeling the effects of madly trying to cover every square inch of the technological Shangri-La known as CES.