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The trends of CES 2015 – Hdr, quantum dots, and iot Fri
In the past week took place in Las Vegas the annual Consumer Electronics Show, a giant purse beside a large exhibition hall still covers several hotels on the Strip and every year is engaged by a large number of technology manufacturers to showcase their latest technologies and techniques. In recent years, CES has grown ever larger, which is not surprising, as technology plays an increasingly important role in the daily lives of people. Except for traditional consumer electronics like phones, televisions and laptops, you can at CES also find news about smart cars, smart devices in and around the house, and for all iot applications.
CES is traditionally a stock exchange on which television play a major role and that this year was no different. Not only manufacturers showed new models with new designs, also some new developments were shown in picture quality. It seems that the hunger for more pixels momentarily quieted and manufacturers now set their sights on the beautification of those pixels, with new techniques such as HDR. In addition, there are many developments in the field of TV software, with new operating systems like Android TV, webOS 2, Tizen and Firefox OS.
Intel grabbed CES this year to introduce new processor lines, including Broadwell for laptops. Thanks to the 14nm process that chips can be clocked higher at the same TDP as their predecessors. Or they may be lower clocked, so power consumption is drastically reduced, as we look at Core M. Also showed the Curia, a tiny little system computer the size of a button, for the Internet of Things applications.
And of course there was also Fri, Fri much. The first two devkits the Oculus Rift have a lot of loosened in the tech industry. Not only we saw at CES the latest prototype of Oculus, we also saw many manufacturers trying to further fill in the VR experience, for example, cameras detect hands or special treadmills.
Now the show is over, we look back at this article on the salient trends and technical developments that we have encountered this year at CES.Viewing:-135
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