What do you need to know about CES 2017

Two worlds with opposite conditions; this world, where everyone is enjoying the holidays and season with friends and family, there is a lot of hustle bustle in the opposite world. Yes! The world of technology is having its eyes on the upcoming CES trade show.   We are only two weeks away from the Consumer Electronics Show(CES), the annual event going to be held in the first week of the upcoming year in Las Vegas, Nevada that will set the goals for the next 365 days, worth of hardware announcements for the Technology world.

The show officially kicks on January 5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center – but with all of the press conferences, keynotes and events, things are thought to be started even before the show. Hopefully, there will be plenty of surprises to be seen at the show, but even with a couple of weeks standing between us and the big event, there are already some pretty clear and emerging trends.

Here’s a bit of what we can expect straight from the convention center on January 5.

Connected Home devices: There are some smart home gadgets and equipment that connect each and everything in your house with you making things smart. Many major players like Amazon, Apple and Google all are working to make their own ecosystems of connected devices, making many devices smart such as connected door locks, lights, security cameras, thermostats, refrigerators, microwaves, air conditioners, washing machines and a lot more.

Automobile Industry: Cars, also are given a significance in the show over the past few years, thanks to automakers like Ford making a major push to embrace consumer electronics. In fact, a cursory glance at the list of goings on at the event shows a strong presence from a list of car manufacturers, such as stalwarts like Chrysler and Toyota to newer automotive issues like Faraday Future.

Connected car systems and technological displays are always in full force and will no doubt be joined by electric vehicles and a whole lot of autonomy.

Drones and Robotics: 2016 was a big year for small, folding drones, and both technologies are still progressing on rapid pace. Ditto for the other end of things – Parrot’s fixed-wing drone will probably see some copycats as well, after its fall launch. We expect some friendly robots on the education sector. Coding toys have long been in this journey, but few companies have managed properly to crack the code.

Wearables and watches: Smartwatches are low in usage, but not totally out. Samsung is likely holding the S8 for an MWC launch a month or so later and Motorola is apparently out of the game totally, but Android Wear 2.0 is finally going to make a proper release in early 2017, so we may will see the next generation of devices from companies like Huawei and LG. Moreover, fitness bands and embedded tracker manufacturers are taking a lot of interest.


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