8K, Internet of objects and much more.
As is tradition, this year, the Electronic Show, also known as CES, will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, starting next Tuesday.
What can we expect this year? Which trends will be most marked?
The first thing is television, where big players like LG and Samsung, along with others, will start to show their first steps in 8K mass consumption.
Yes, a few years ago I saw these panels, but it would now be in the form of a device someone could buy in a few months.
There is an argument that "why do not I want this if there is no 8K material" and we remember how not so many years ago, the same thing was said for 4K and today everyone is changing their TV, although Full HD "was enough ".
In search of content, it will also begin to show cameras capable of recording in 8K and sure that this year or in the future there will be mobile phones with these capabilities.
Another strong suspicion is to watch TVs that are collapsible. We've seen prototypes in previous years, but now it's a finished product and ready to be sold and honest, we can not wait.
As far as computers are concerned, there is no doubt that a high-level and secure high-level graphics card will be presented. Several manufacturers will present prototypes of futuristic laptop laptops. How to forget the Valerie project, the three-screen laptop that I saw in the afternoon and after a while was stolen. I was not, eye.
Wait for an avalanche of hearing aids, noise canceling, bone management, and other types of madness. In the same section, that of audio, there is always a novelty in the form of a speaker and it is said that no one will be exempt from having Alexa or the Google assistant aboard this year.
Drones, cameras, and more will also have their space in the show that, a little bit ago, had virtual reality as a spearhead, which seems to have overturned. A pity, because I've even tried certain things from the nasty America very unpleasant.
Of course there will be more and more garages dedicated to cars every year, and if we see something that stands out, we will certainly take them. As a note, because we can not bring it.
The funniest thing is to run into those things we did not expect and, of course, this year we will get a strange surprise.
See you next week in Las Vegas, friends, stay available for our coverage.