From TCL, to Samsung, to Hyundai and beyond, lots of companies brought the heat to day 2 of CES media.
Here's the most interesting things we've seen today...
TCL announces a wide range of items. From a 115" mini LED TV, to new phones and tablets
TCL stole the show today in Las Vegas with something I've never seen before. A 115" TV with 5,000 nit peak brightness. It's the largest consumer TV on the market set to go on sale late spring or early summer this year. They say it should go on sale for under $20,000.
They've also announced other things such as their phones including NxtPaper technology, which should be easier on your eyes by cutting back on blue light emission. It'll go on sale for under $300.
Samsung unveils new displays such as a brand new glare free New QLED 8K TV for 2024, new smart home products, and more
Samsung's also been busy today. Samsung unveils their new Neo QLED 8K TVs. Although not that impressive coming from 2023, they did introduce new features to Tizen. Such as a "Designed for Samsung Gaming Hub" program, new user profiles, and a slew of other useful features.
Samsung's also announced their brand new Galaxy Book4 series with a new Intel chip. They're expected to roll out a Galaxy Book4 Ultra, Book4 Pro, and Book4 Pro 360, which is less variants than last year's Book3 models, but also less chaotic since it was hard to differentiate a lot of things between last year's models. It also sports a new cooling system with an 11% wider vapor and a dual fan. It's yet to be seen if this makes an effect as Samsung's known for making hot laptops, which they actually ended up in a lawsuit over.
But what possibly may have been the steal of the show was Ballie. Samsung's announced this previously, but it's now refined and redesigned to include a projector that follows you, or your pet around the house. The projection automatically configures itself based on where Ballie is in your home, and "it’s the world’s first projector to automatically detect people’s posture and facial angle and adjust the optimal projection angle for you" according to Samsung.
We're updating this feed as we find new products to cover, so stay locked in before the madness of the general public's CES starts tomorrow!
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