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During our third day walking the CES show floor, we came across plenty more AV goodies that excite us about what's to come for 2019.
This year's CES, as always, was chocked-full of plenty of goodies of all kinds, from small and clever gadgets, to massive flying vehicles and even a luxury yacht.
This year, Sharp Corporation returned to CES with what it calls its "first full-scale exhibit in over four years."
At CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, Samsung Electronics Canada has announced its latest 8K TV, and highlighted developments in several video technologies.
I started my first day at CES attending an invite-only exhibit from Panasonic at the MGM Conference Center, where the company introduced its upcoming GZ2000, a 4K OLED TV aimed at folks who want very accurate colours in the most literal sense of the word.
Now a day and-a-half into CES 2019, we've had the chance to check out plenty of exciting innovations across all categories of consumer technology. It's impossible to both see and cover everything from the show. But here are some highlightsin a variety of product categories from what we've seen thus far.
On the day prior to the official start of CES, the major consumer technology companies hold elaborate press conferences to introduce members of the media to their newest innovations, and provide a taste of what we'll see on the show floor.
Onkyo USA today announced two new AV receivers capable of producing an immersive 3D soundstage using most any speaker setup.
Today at CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, TCL introduced its newest home theater products, including a new high-end model and a new line of soundbars.
HDMI Licensing Administrator Inc. (HDMI LA) is showcasing the success of the latest HDMI 2.1 spec in its booth in the CES South Hall 1, #20208.