CES 2017 is now well underway. The TrustedReviews team is on the ground in Las Vegas soaking up the annual tech bonanza, and with most of the main press conferences and announcements now having taken place, there’s a glut of news to digest and plenty more to come as we hit the show floor and get hands-on with the latest and greatest gadgets.
The CES 2017 news has come thick and fast, and there can be little doubt that it was a TV gala this year.
CES 2017 has been the greatest year so far for the yearly Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. More than 175,000 participants met on the strip this week to be among the first to see what the world’s top innovation organizations bring to the table. Auto tech became the overwhelming focus for a great part of the show, which is positively justifiable considering all the disturbance clearing the car business at this moment. Associated gadgets were a top subject by and by also, as the Internet of Things proceeds with its day of work from dream to reality.
The star of the show has probably been LG, which has shown off a slew of new high-spec sets, not leasts its amazing new LG Signature OLED W7, which the company describes as the “lightest, thinnest, and most beautiful TV on the planet.”
It’s not as brash a claim as it sounds. Measuring a wafer-thin 2.57mm, it’s a true “picture-in-wall” telly, as LG has chosen to describe it, and will come available in 65-inch and 77-inch models running a new version of LG’s custom TV software, webOS 3.5 – generally regarded as the best on the market.
Pricing and a release date have yet to be confirmed, though the W7 has already gone on show in select US stores, so hopefully it’ll come to the UK sooner rather than later, as found its picture quality to be just as stunning as its design.
Tesla turned the automobile business on its head when it discharged the Model S, and adversary automakers have had no real option except to grasp electric autos far sooner than they would have enjoyed. There are some genuinely energizing autos in progress, yet nothing else we’ve found being developed verges on pressing in as much advancement as the Faraday Future FF 91.
Samsung’s quite recently declared Chromebook Plus is everything a man could need from a Chromebook in 2017. The 12.3-inch touchscreen show highlights Quad HD determination and support for an inherent S Pen stylus. The 2.0GHz hexa-center processor packs a lot of force. The clever pivot configuration permits the screen to turn the distance open so the gadget can be utilized as a tablet. Furthermore, it ships with the Google Play store preinstalled, giving clients access to a huge number of Android applications notwithstanding applications made for Chrome OS. Best of all, preorders are live right now, and the Chromebook Plus begins delivering the week of February fifth.