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CES 2017 In 5 Minutes, Part 1: TV

In this post, I would like to show you the highlights from CES 2017 in 5 minutes. I attended the show on the Jan. 5 and Jan. 6 and spent around 6 hours in both Las Vegas Conventional Center and Sand’s Expo. But I was able to capture most from the show through the photos. Enjoy!

The first part I would like to show is TV. Most of the big name electronic companies showcase large screen 4K HDR TV.

Sony have showcased their Bravia OLED TVs in the center of the show. The best is their 77″ OLED TV A1E with Acoustic Surface technology, which can produce sound directly from the screen. It does have a really sleek look without speakers.

Sony TV simply provides amazing picture quality with their proprietary X1 Extreme processor. The following two videos show the picture quality of a race car and colorful scenes.


Samsung has its own QLED TV with the so-called Quantum Dot Technology, which also provide fantastic image quality. They also presented their Smart Hub with TV Plus user interface.

The following two video shows stunning video quality and the comparison between QLED and traditional TV on OTT streaming video.

LeEco is transforming from a TV company (used to called LeTV) to a Eco company by showing their mobile phones, TV and even electric concept car. They are bringing their TV eco system to the US as well.

CEC from China has the world’s first IGZO 98-inch 8K TV along with a huge Panda.

You can also see a lot of Chinese electronics manufacturers demonstrating their products on CES such as Changhong, Xiaomi and TCL. You can find more of those TV from the web as well.

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  1. Part 2: Smart Home
  2. Part 3: Vehicle Technologies
  3. Part 4: Gaming and Drones
  4. Part 5: Show Floor


Also published on Medium.

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