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CES 2017: Sony OLED TV, Faraday Future Concept Car & More

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CES 2017: Sony OLED TV, Faraday Future Concept Car & More

It is almost the time of the year again when big tech companies are on full display with their most recent technologically advanced innovations. The Consumer Electronics Show 2017 or simply CES 2017 will start off the year as it is scheduled to begin on the first week of January.

CES 2017 event details

The world’s largest event of innovators and technology enthusiasts will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada. It will begin on January 5th until the 8th. However, CES Unveiled will run from January 3rd. It is expected that the participating larger tech companies will announce their products during this time rather than the actual event duration.

It will be a tech spectacle as the innovations will be announced with concept presentations, keynote speeches and booths around Las Vegas. It is a crucial event for different market sectors as it will set the trend for 2017 technology on phones, TVs, smart home appliances, robots and even cars.

Telegraph came up with a list of companies that are expected to participate in CES 2017 which are listed below. Big companies Google and Apple do not participate in the event as they prefer to hold their own launch events for their products.

  • Casio
  • Honor
  • Bosch
  • BMW
  • Faraday Future
  • Huawei
  • HTC
  • Samsung
  • Volkswagen
  • Sony
  • LG
  • Lenovo
  • Qualcomm
  • Panasonic
  • Intel
  • Nissan
  • Toyota
  • Nvidia
  • Xiaomi

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Consumer Electronics Show 2017 Highlights

There will be a lot of cool gadgets and appliances in the upcoming event but there are others in particular that people are really looking forward to. For starters, Faraday Future’s concept car will be announced. It is described as a premium electric vehicle that combines industry leading range, extreme technology and holistic design.

Sony is also expected to unveil its first range of OLED TVs. OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode. TVs with this kind of display use organic compound as the pixel material that glows when hit with electricity. According to a report by Cnet, each color uses a different organic compound.

People are hoping for 4K smartphones and more VR content to be announced at CES 2017.

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