CES 2021, the great technology exhibition will be virtual and will highlight digital connections, The 2021 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) was set to be a slightly smaller version and will be heavily influenced by the global health crisis.
This action was influenced by the current state of the world. The pandemic left the organizers with no other option than to opt for the event to take place virtually, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is one of the greatness annual conventions of companies to come and showcase their advancement in technology. Since its inception, it has mostly had its venue to be las Vegas, and lowly, the show has strived to be a space for digital connections.
The 2021 CES that opens this Monday will be a slightly smaller, fully virtual version because of the pandemic. The exhibition, which ran through Thursday, was forced to put aside the glamorous shows and product launches that in previous years drew thousands of people to Las Vegas. The digital fair has always been known to allow exhibitors, customers, and others to connect with other people in their niche. The show also makes it possible for competitors to see what their peers are doing and if possible align. This in the end is what moves the technology we see every day.
Among the companies that showed their solutions, the following stand out:
Samsung, whose key innovations revealed at the event range from the Samsung Bespoke 4-Door Flex refrigerator, to the 110-inch MICRO, LED display, to a cutting-edge Lifestyle line of TVs, including The Serif, The Frame, The Sero, and The Terrace, a recently launched 4K QLED outdoor TV, as well as Samsung The Premiere, a cinema-grade 4K laser projector.
LG Electronics, which under the theme Life is ON: feel at home, has shared its vision of a more connected and convenient lifestyle. At the LG Business Solutions exhibition area, visitors will be able to experience personal devices that enhance productivity and deliver immersive content in four virtual environments, including a home office and game room.
HP introduced the new HP Dragonfly G2 and HP Dragonfly Max laptops, HP Elite Wireless Earbuds, and HP PCs Elite Folio, the HP EliteBook 840 G8 Aero, the HP EliteBook x360 1030 G8, the HP EliteBook x360 1040 G8, and the HP Elite x2 G8.
Lenovo brought forth its new devices and programs, which included
- ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga,
- ThinkPad X12 Detachable,
- ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 I 2,
- ThinkBook 13x I, 2
- ThinkBook 14p Gen 2, and
- ThinkBook 16p Gen 2.
Gaming also featured the world’s first 16 QHD 165Hz gaming laptops: the new Lenovo Legion 7 and Lenovo Legion 5 Pro.
Dell has introduced new products and software that reinvent work, including the Latitude 9420, 7520, 9420, and 9520 laptops, and the OptiPlex 3090 Ultra.
D-Link announced its latest news in Wi-Fi 6, 5G, and 2.5 Gigabit. In the wired connectivity category, we showcased the USB-C to Ethernet LAN 2.5G Ethernet Adapter (DUB-E250) and the new 2.5G Unmanaged Multi-Gigabit Switch (DMS-106XT). It also featured the latest in smart home security, including the mydlink Outdoor Wi-Fi Camera with Motorized Lens (DCS-8635LH), as well as the AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 USB 3.0 Adapter (DWA-X1850), the Wi-Fi Wall Extender -Fi 6 (DAP-X1860), the portable 5G router with Wi-Fi 6 (DWR-2101) and the 5G router with Wi-Fi AC2600 (DWR-978), in 5G and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity.