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Best highlights from CES 2023: Smartphones, TV, laptops, more

The annual Consumer Electronics Show, CES 2023, has started in Las Vegas with many renowned firms showcasing their latest tech and innovations at the most “influential tech event in the world.” Samsung, Asus, Sony, Qualcomm, and others have all announced their latest flagship innovations which will roll out commercially in the near future.

So far, Samsung, Nvidia, Dell, Asus, and co have unveiled their latest and best from their roofs. Exceptional TVs, gaming joysticks, cars, and smartphone designs so far dazzled the spectators.

Like every year, major tech firms have presented their best technologies at the event bringing them to wide attention prior to their release later.  

The best from CES 2023

From new screen designs by Samsung to EV car announcements from Sony, the post covers all the bells and whistles from the popular tech event. Find them all below.

Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon Satellite

Qualcomm has unveiled its satellite solution – Snapdragon Satellite which is the “world’s first satellite-based two-way capable messaging solution” for smartphones and other electronic gadgets. The solution is designed to support 5G Non-Terrestrial Networks (NTN) and will launch on devices running Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 in the second half of 2023.

Qualcomm unveils Snapdragon Satellite
Qualcomm unveiled its satellite-based two-way messaging solution for smartphones and other gadgets which lets users send and receive messages

Sony’s first car is coming in 2026

South Korean company Sony made the announcement that it is making cars. As per the tech giant, its electric vehicles will be ready to ply the roads in 2026.

Sony AFEELA EV at CES 2023
Sony AFEELA EV unveiled at CES 2023

The company is collaborating with Honda on its EV project which it calls AFEELA. In a demo, the AFEELA car acquainted onlookers with some of its features. It can interact and share information with people outside the vehicle like weather and its charge condition.  

Also read: First Huawei Connect 2022 Event Outside China Kicks Off

Samsung brings Flex Hybrid concept

At CES, Samsung unveiled its striking Flex Hybrid concept. The demo showed the prototype’s left-side folding. The right side of the device can also slide out to extend bearing some resemblance to the Galaxy Fold.

Samsung Flex Hybrid concept CES 2023
Samsung unveils an innovative Flex Hybrid concept at CES 2023

The product comes from Samsung Display and it promises to bring to CES “innovative OLED products of all sizes, small, medium and large, to provide a glimpse into the future of displays.”  

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Samsung introduces interoperable SmartThings Station

At the same event at CES 2023, Samsung introduced its SmartThings Station which is interoperable and allows multiple devices to connect. The SmartThings Station allows users to set routines for their bedtime, watch TV, turn on gaming mode on TV, and also locate their devices. Find all in detail here.

laptops with glasses-free 3D

Asus, meanwhile, was another show steal with a tantalizing exhibition of a laptop with glasses-free 3D. What was most striking was that it could render images as if they were jumping out of the screen. The demo showed a fine and crisper 3D rendering capacity of the screen which could be a hot pick for creative minds. It uses eye-tracking for the 3D experience. The company wants to contest Acer’s similar design with its 3D screens.  

LG brings a hidden touchpad

Another South Korean tech leader LG showcased its Gram Style laptop which boasts a hidden touchpad that only appears if its palm rest is touched. The touchpad lights up under the user’s fingertips to show where to tap and drag to navigate through the screen.

L:G Gram
A representative LG Gram laptop image, source: LG

A ‘revolutionary’ gaming controller!

Similarly, Dell unveiled its Concept Nyx gaming controller with an added number of hidden inputs to heighten gaming efficiency. It could bridge the gap between a gamepad and traditional keyboard gamers use. Just like PC gamers are able to use more hotkeys, the controller comes with more command possibilities for gamers.


Intel 13-generation processors for gadgets

Sleek and thin laptops are nice but they are nicer when they come with better processors. Not to be surprised, Intel unveiled its new 13th-generation processor which is capable enough to power a host of products with improved performance on laptops.

Intel chip
Representative image

The latest Intel CPUs bring unison, allowing iPhone and Android devices to exchange texts from PCs. Likewise, the Thunderbolt 4, brings the ability to run two 4K external displays. The new-generation processor will power new electronics in 2024.

do read: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Launched With Hardware Ray Tracing

Cloud gaming comes to the car

Bringing improvements to Nvidia’s GeForce, allowing to stream games on laptops, phones, and more. Also, Nvidia GeForce 4080 GPU is coming to the cloud. Now, the subscribers of the premium tier of GeForce, ‘GeForce Now Ultimate,’ can now stream games at 240Hz, and enjoy ray tracing, and DLSS 3 for higher gaming efficiency.

There are 3 more days for global tech leaders to exhibit their latest innovations at the fair. Keep visiting the post to find our latest unveilings from the event.

Which caught your attention the most from the above products unveiled at CES 2023? You can share your favorite in the comments section below.

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