Wingsland Technology Inc., a part of Cnlight Co. Ltd in Shenzhen, China, has announced its new Wingsland S6, described as the “world’s smallest 4k30 UHD video pocket drone on the market.”
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Creative Technology Ltd. has revealed a broad range of gaming peripherals at CES, under its well-known Sound Blaster brand. Products include speakers, a gaming mouse and keyboard, and an external surround sound adapter and headphone amp.
D-Link Corporation has introduced the first product in a planned family of Apple HomeKit-enabled devices. The Omna 180 Cam HD home-monitor camera offers remote monitoring and easy setup.
Onkyo USA has announced the new SBT-A500 Network Surround Sound Bar System, featuring support for both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object-based audio formats.
Gaming peripherals specialist Razer is using CES to showcase two unique new concepts. Razer Chroma adds coordinated room lighting PC games. And Project Valerie shows how laptops could be expanded to offer multi-screen display.
At CES, Samsung Electronics has launched a number of new or upgraded home appliances, including a unique new four-in-one laundry system, a powerful new Family Hub refrigerator, and a new robot vacuum cleaner.
At CES, Sound United is showing new audio products under several various brands. These include speakers, sound bars and automotive speakers from Polk Audio, and new tower speakers from Definitive Technology.
LG Electronics and Dolby Laboratories Inc. have jointly announced the LG UP970 Ultra HD Blu-ray player, LG’s first that will support Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR) display, offering increased brightness and contrast as well as a fuller palette of colors.
At CES today, Samsung Electronics Canada announced a breakthrough line of QLED TVs, based on a new type of quantum dot technology that promises a significant advance in color, contrast and brightnes.
Sony Electronics today announced two new series of 4K TVs, including a unique OLED model. It’s also showing a new ultra-short-throw projector, a new Blu-ray player and a range of sound solutions.
At CES today, HTC Corporation introduced two premium accessories for its Vive Virtual Reality system, co-developed with Valve Software. The Vive Tracker and Vive Deluxe Audio Strap will extend the Vive’s capabilities in very different ways.