Friday Five: January 11 - 17
- Friday Five
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- by: Rami Sharma
This week’s Friday Five recaps the 2019 CES with the latest and new technology that highlighted the event. With 11 official venues, CES spans more than 2.9 million net square feet of exhibit space and features 33 product categories and 24 Marketplaces.
Samsung debuts its MicroLED based ‘The Wall” TV with a whopping display size of 219-inches. This TV is made of modular panels that interlock to create a huge screen with no bezel.
Google Assistant has wowed everyone at CES 2019 by rolling out advanced features to better assist its consumers. Google Assistant can now translate speech with over 27 languages and can be integrated into Google Maps.
LG introduced the first ever 65-inch rollable 4K HDR TV that rolls up and down. The Signature Series OLED TV R may look like a regular TV at first, but with a press of a button, you can slowly roll into its brushed aluminum case.
The company behind giving its consumers a restful night are back again with advanced technology. Sleep Number is stepping up their tech by adding sensors into smart beds to track sleep patterns for a better night of sleep.
One of the most talked about technology this year at CES was the report of 5G connectivity. Samsung is already ahead of the race with planning to launch a 5G enabled smartphone to the market this year.