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CES 2018: What to Expect in Tech and Product Innovation

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada this year and it’s fast approaching. The Mako Design team can’t wait to first off, escape the cold, but also we’re primarily excited to see all the product innovations in consumer electronics at this years show.

Each year you never know what CES has in store but there are always rumors about what to expect and we can’t wait to check out some of the things we’ve heard about, especially from some of the big names who always have something up their sleeve.

Consumer Electronics Show 2018 Predictions:

Samsung typically unveils a number of noteworthy products at CES each year like their bendable television in 2016 and Galaxy A3 phone last year. In 2018, there are whispers about the consumer electronics giant introducing their foldable Galaxy X phone. There’s also a rumor that Samsung may be debuting a gigantic TV at CES this year, and by giant, I mean 150 inches, and this is just a few of the rumored products that may be introduced.

The Samsung bendable TV launched at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016.

The Samsung bendable TV launched at CES 2016.

Google will have a big presence at this years CES and it’s said that they may be eager to show off their Google Assistant, which isn’t surprising given the push we’ve seen for it lately. They’ve been said to be hosting a “Google Assistant Playground” at its booth so attendees can try it out and see all the new ways to use the product.

At the Consumer Electronics Show, the Google Assistant will be on display.

Google Assistant is on its way to TV, media players, and more.

Sony has usually used CES to focus on their office and audio lines. This year it’s expected we’ll see the next line of Bravias, potentially an unveiling of the new Xperia smartphones and a high-res turntable to kick it back old school.

These are only some exciting rumors about the Consumer Electronics Show this year, but we can only anticipating some more big and exciting things from some of the best consumer electronics engineers in the world. Virtual reality, car tech, and the introduction to many more great new innovations are only to be expected.

Who’s excited?

Article Author: MAKO Design + Invent

Article Author: MAKO Design + Invent

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