It’s that time of the year that all tech-geeks wait for. In our previous blog, we told our readers what is expected from the CES 2019 and which innovations are fighting for the ruler’s crown.
Now that the mega tech-show finally happened. It’s time to gather every information and let you know which of the technology products actually over-shadowed its opponents.
Pouring Down All the Juiciest News from CES 2019:
Like every January, the mega-tech show in Las Vegas made to the biggest of headlines. Whether its technology blogs or headlines, the show is everywhere.
Well, why shouldn’t it be?
Not only does the platform act as a display of technological creations but it’s a makeover salon for underrated technologies that weren’t very highlighted in the past.
Apparently, Google has a lot to contribute to the announcement part of CES 2019. Here are some of the hottest news straight from the Google oven.
Google Making to the Top With its Flurry Announcements:
It’s time to dig into what the tech giant had said at the technology event, last week.
- Apparently, Google has announced that its Google Assistant; the voice-power AI, will be made available in more than 1 billion devices around the globe. And that too by the end of this month.
- Not only this, Google Assistant will be made available on Google Maps, according to the company’s announcement. The voice-power AI can be used on Google Maps by both, Android and iOS users.
- Google Assistant will be made compatible with Samsung TVs, later this year. Which means, if you have Samsung TV at home then you’ll be pleasured with the ability to adjust volume, turn it on/off and much more with the voice-over AI.
- Lenovo will build the Google Assistant-powered smart clock that is meant for your nightstand.
Not only these but many more announcements were made audible at the CES 2019, by our very own Google, the master of branding.
All “New” What’s Coming Our Way Through Mega Tech-Show :
Like I said above, a lot of innovations made its way to the CES 2019. And we are all ears for them:
- Samsung 75-inch Micro LED 4K TV:
The mega tech-show was a sort of Tv show display as most of the companies had some sort of 8K TV to put forward.
How can the king of all kings back away from introducing what others have on the plate?
Samsung made itself shine on the tech-show last week by introducing its 75-inch Micro LED 4K TV, which was way more captivating than its competitors.
The center of attraction in Samsung’s production is the design of the 75-inch Micro LED 4K TV.
- LG ‘Massive Curve of Nature’ :
LG is again making it impossible to keep all the money, by introducing a rich man’s desire in the CES 2019. LG’s ‘massive curve of nature” is not something you can think of buying at the start of the month. But it’s oh-so-amazing!
The Massive invocation consists of 250 Curved LG OLED TVs and it’s surreal!
- Dell XPS 13 (2019)
Another company which made it to the top was none other than Dell. Dell’s XPS 13(2019) laptop had already achieved the hype it deserved so there wasn’t much to reveal.
What the new Dell XPS (2019) achieved is the repositioning of the webcam, which is now where it belongs. Also, the laptop is upgraded with the Intel 8th-gen chips.
- Oculus Quest:
Here comes the VR news we all have been waiting for.
Oculus; the third VR headset by Facebook has all the WOW factor one can guess off. The Quest launches in the spring and its one sleek headset of its kind.
Its sleek design and the hand-tracking controller is all that we have been desiring.
- HTC Vive Pro Eye:
If you think Vive Pro was enough to engage the tech lovers, then HTC is about to launch it’s another magnificent creation; the Vive Pro Eye. And it’s again, SURREAL!
The majorly improved VR headset is first to come with built-in eye-tracking. This is for “gaze-oriented menu navigation.” Isn’t it cool?
The built-in eye-tracking system navigates menus, and too just by looking at them. This saves users of using motion-based hand wand controllers.
- Valeo Voyage
Hello to the virtual world!
We all know that virtual reality is here to stay so what not just take it to another level?
Guess what, Valeo is on its way to raise the bar. With Valeo Voyage, one can be in a car ride without being in the car. Got me? No?
Valeo Voyage is concept based on virtual reality where one can experience traveling without being in the car or even in its backseat. The VR experience lets the driver talk and also see a passenger who’s actually remote and has connected through a VR headset. So basically With a headset on, the remote passenger is teleported into the car.
Apart from all these, there was much more that made its way to the CES 2019 mega-tech show but let’s leave a little to the imagination, shall we?