Highlights from CES 2019
CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2019 attracted over 180,000 attendees and thousands of exhibiting companies. With more than 2.9 million net square feet of exhibit space, the CES show floor displayed all of the latest and greatest in the technology industry. There were drones, robots, autonomous cars, and so much more!
Drones & Robots
From aerial drones to underwater robots, there were plenty of drones and robots doing their thing at CES 2019. There were home robots, working robots, robots that monitored your health, and robots that purified the air. The vast number of robots at CES 2019 is probably a good indicator that they will play a variety of roles in the future. Another space to keep your eye on: drone delivery service. Although the details remain unclear, drone delivery service is a solution that we will start seeing more and more. We may even see drones and robots provide food delivery services in the future for select locations.
Although autonomous cars aren’t a new concept, they are becoming more of a reality every day. Many companies are now introducing futuristic upgrades for these new autonomous vehicles, including new VR technology, displays, and entertainment systems. Uber even talked about its plans for flying taxis, which are created in partnership with Bell Nexus. But autonomous technology isn’t solely reserved for cars. CES 2019 also showed autonomous motorcycles, a semi-autonomous semi truck, and an autonomous delivery truck.
Gadgets & Gizmos Galore
From health tech to smart assistants, there was no shortage of gadgets and gizmos at CES 2019. There were voice-enabled kitchen faucets, smart home accessories, and translation tools. You could even find a pair of headphones that taught you how to juggle by delivering an electrical current to the motor center of your brain. From wearables to new laptops and monitors, technology continues to evolve and become smarter and faster.
What HP Introduced at CES 2019
HP took the opportunity to introduce new products designed for “the changing ways people live, work, and play.” They unveiled the world’s first 15-inch laptop with an AMOLED display, the HP Spectre x360 15. They also unveiled the world’s first Quantum Dot on glass display, which offers over a billion viewable colors. Many people were also excited to see the OMEN X Emperium 65 Big Format Gaming Display with NVIDIA G-Sync® HDR, the world’s first big format gaming display with a soundbar. It is designed to take the living room gaming experience to new heights. HP also focused on improved security features by introducing a new display and AiO with integrated privacy screens.
Date Posted: 1/15/19
Date Last Updated: 6/14/19
By: RTI Marketing Team