CES 2017 Review

Consumer Electronics Show 2017 Review

January 08, 2017

 

Lenovo Smart Assistant

 

There was no ground breaking news coming from the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week, but there was still some very cool gadgets. If you eliminate the 'wacky' products that may never reach the mainstream, thinner TV's with higher resolutions, and Amazon Alexa were the most written about products. Virtual reality technology is getting some poor reviews.

 

Some of my favorite products shown were the LG Robot, an Alexa-to-LG appliances personal assistant. The Chrysler Portal Concept was interesting. The LG W7 4K OLED TV is ultra-thin.

 

Under the wacky-but-sanitary category, I put the Wi-Fi enabled trash can and the smart hair and tooth brushes.

 

 

CES 2017 Articles

 

The Best of CES 2017 - PC Mag

 

Virtually boring: VR really disappoints at CES this year - CNET

 

The Verge Awards at CES 2017

 

The hottest products we saw at CES 2017 - CNET

 

The drones of CES 2017 - CNET

 

CES 2017 by the numbers - Engadget

 

Phones at CES 2017 a warmup for what's to come - CBS News

 

The coolest health-tech products we saw at CES 2017 - Mashable

 

CES 2017: 7 devices I would actually buy - USA Today

 

CES 2017: Why your home and car will soon talk to each other - The Washington Post

 

Best of CES 2017: The 10 most innovative products at CES this year - BGR

 

We can’t quit CES quite yet. There’s still so much to touch - Wired

 

CES 2017: Searching for the sounds of tech - BBC News

 

The 6 Best Ideas From CES 2017 - Fast Company

 

CES 2017 roundup: The good, the bad, and the frankly bonkers

 

CES Day One: The Weirdest, Coolest, and Most Futuristic Tech - Futurism

 

 

 

References

 

Image from Lenovo

 

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