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CES 2017 in 5 Minutes, Part 5: Show Floor

This is the Part 5 of “CES 2017 in 5 Minutes”, I would like to summarize, by photos and videos, the show floor and conclude the CES 2017 post.

Sony, my former employer and still one of my favorite brand, occupied a big part of the show floor as usual. The TV is still the central part of the show along with Sony cameras, headphones, PS4 and other smart devices surrounding the TV show place. I wasn’t able to capture all of them.

The huge TV wall showing videos captured by the a7R digital camera is simply amazing.

Sony is still continuously improving their digital camera lineup and building up the lens for the camera.

Another fantastic thing I found in Sony’s show is the Xperia Projector, which is turning every tabletop onto a Android tablet. You can turn your table into a big browser, or just want to play music, show a map, etc. You basically interactive with the table as a touch screen. You can also project the video on the wall to enjoy a movie as a regular projector. That’s a pretty amazing little device. That’s one of my best products of the show this year. The other one is smart remote from Sevenhugs I mentioned in Part 2.

Here is the video on how it works in the show:

Of course, there are a lot more companies showcase their great products in the show. Here is a few shots from the show floor in Las Vegas Convention Center.

Here are some shots on the show floor in Sands Expo.

While visiting Withings booth, I happened to see a guy surrounding by the press. Guess who he is?

Finally, I would like to end with Huawei, a Chinese network and telecommunication equipment provider, also the world’s 3rd largest mobile phone maker. The show room looks like selling for luxury goods, the Mate 9 high-end smartphone does look and feel very luxury and elegant. The two-camera system work really well on demonstrating focused objects with nicely blur background. A really nice product.

Finally, I hope you enjoy my post and hope to visit Las Vegas again next year.

Related Articles:

  1. Part 1: TV
  2. Part 2: Smart Home
  3. Part 3: Vehicle Technologies
  4. Part 4: Gaming and Drones


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