Here are the three-biggest trends from CES

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three biggest trends for CES – CES took place in Las Vegas in January. It’s one of the biggest and noisiest tech conventions around and it’s safe to say that it was a dazzling display of futurism. There were more than 4,400 exhibitors and there were even 20,000 new products too. The show is the first calling point for anyone who wants to learn more about gadgets and upcoming trends.

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Three biggest trends for CES

Sure, CES had an enormous parade of TVs and high-tech gear. Some of them had an 8K resolution and others had AI-viewing modes. A lot of them came with stunning price tags as well, but this isn’t really the type of innovation that would be suited to the general public. A development that has new products and a budding partnership on the other hand will really draw people in. Look at FilmMaker mode for example. This is a new picture setting that is going to be available on TVs that have been made by Samsung and various other manufacturers. It’s supported by various filmmakers and it’s ideal for those movies who don’t get proper showings, as a lot of people skip theatres in hopes that they can watch movies at home. It’s surprising that not many more phone gadgets were there this year, as in recent years, they have been designed to promote apps and other innovations. Conventions like this contributed to the launch of mobile gaming as well, including sites like casino NetBet.

Alexa is the Future

When you look at how things were a couple of years ago, you will find that most people had never actually heard of Alexa. It wasn’t actually available for retail purchase. The voice assistant is now available in 100,000 homes across the world and there are more brands trying to compete than ever. Not surprisingly, it would seem that Alexa has been integrated into security systems, cars and smart grills. The addition of Alexa has made most other tech into a way more useable product and this has really transformed the world. Soon, you will be able to use the Alexa system to control any infotainment in your car, such as your controls, temperature and your lighting. The integration is going to be voice-first which means that you don’t have to press a button or anything.

Safety and Sustainability

Some of the biggest hype at the CES revolves around cars. This is especially when you look at the various prototypes that are available and sometimes, concept vehicles that are never going to see the light of day. This year really was no exception and cars on display have huge dashboards and even speakers that are built into headrests. This is designed to showcase the company’s audio and visual prowess and it’s very captivating to say the least.

Of course, it’s safe to say that there have been a lot of advancements made over the last few years and a lot of them come down to the things that are showcased at the CES.

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