What is expected of CES 2020
The consumer technology fair will be held from January 7 to 10. We will talk about 5G, IoT, Smart Cities, Artificial Intelligence; in addition to hardware for gaming, smart vehicles, cell phones, TVs and more.
There is very little left to live the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, one of the main technology fairs in the region, organized by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), which will take place in Las Vegas, from January 7 to 10, 2020 On days 5 and 6 will be the press days, where several brands and the organization will advance the main trends in technology.
This year, as indicated by the CTA, there will be more than 170,000 attendees, 4,500 exhibitors and more than 1,100 industry opinion leaders on stage, where they will talk about 5G technology, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, smart home, cities smart, vehicles, digital health, robotics, gaming and more.
Companies from all major industries are using technology to transform their businesses, and CES 2020 will be the global stage for the latest innovation in all sectors, ”said Karen Chupka, executive vice president of CES. He added: “The show will represent all facets of global business where attendees can expect the unexpected.
Among the main exhibiting brands are Samsung, LG, Lenovo, Intel, AMD, Sony, TCL, BMW, Bosch, Doosan, Daimler, Ford, John Deere, Impossible Foods, Bridgestone, Toyota, Turner and WWE, Proctor & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson and others. Other brands that will be with their booths and meetings will be NVIDIA, Corsair, HyperX, Seagate, Logitech, MSI, Madcatz, Asus, Dell, HP, Razer, Adata, among thousands of other companies.
For example, when it comes to computing, Intel is expected to present its first dedicated Intel Xe graphics, in addition to a new laptop cooling design, part of the Project Athena, which would consist of steam chambers and graphite sheets. It is expected that the firm also spoke of its tenth generation processors.
On the other hand, AMD would launch its new AMD Renoir APUs, with the Ryzen 4000 of Zen 3 architecture and Vega GPUs. As for graphics, AMD could announce a new Navi model, with the RX 5600 Series, to compete with NVIDIA that at the moment would not be presenting new graphics. However, the green company will focus on AI, autonomous vehicles, Shield TV and Shield TV Pro, among other trends.
In terms of cell phones, as revealed by several foreign media, Samsung could present the Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite, more accessible versions of the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10. You can also know the OnePlus Concept One, the first conceptual smartphone of the OnePlus company that will also be in Las Vegas.
The Motorola company will also be present, which will show the Moto Razr live, its new cell phone with a folding screen, which will refer to the iconic brand cell phone launched in 2005. It will arrive in Argentina in 2020.
Of course, TVs and monitors will also be stars at CES 2020. It is expected to see new models of LG, Sony, Samsung, TCL, among other brands. The trend points to new 8K and 4K screens, some of them without Bezels, as in the case of Samsung; and Micro LED, as in the case of TCL. In addition, there will be new technologies such as HDMI 2.1, HDR, QLED and ULED materials for different displays.
Sony will also provide material on its new TVs at CES 2020, in addition to a pair of Dolby Atmos soundbars. But also, for what is rumored in all specialized media, and the slogan of the press invitation, "The future is coming," the firm would release data from the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation VR 2.
Among the keynote lectures, CES 2020 will feature that of Ed Bastain of Delta Air Lines; Ola Källenius, of Daimler; Meg Whitman and Jeffery Katzenberg of Quibi; Linda Yaccarino, from NBCUniversal; and Hyun-Suk Kim from Samsung.
The fair will also feature the famous entrepreneur pavilion, where innovative products will be seen, as well as robots and personal assistants, solutions for smart and connected homes, and hundreds of other technological prototypes. For example, Samsung announced that it will launch Neon, an "artificial human being."