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2024 CES Recap: Discover All the Latest Tech Reveals and Innovations

What Happens in Vegas… Stays in Vegas?!

Except for the Annual Consumer Electronic Show

Sorry, Vegas, but we just can’t keep quiet about the scandalous details from this year’s CES. It seems like the tech world was on fire with all the latest innovations and product announcements. From Samsung’s transparent micro LED display to Lenovo’s wacky inventions, there was no shortage of excitement at this year’s event.

Samsung Steals the Show

Leading the charge at CES was Samsung, who introduced the world’s first transparent micro LED display. This futuristic hologram-like display is a game-changer compared to traditional OLED and LCD displays. While LG is set to release its transparent OLED later this year, Samsung’s see-through display is still a demo with no timeline for a retail product.

But that’s not all Samsung had up its sleeve. The company also showcased its new Flex In and Out Flip concept, a phone that folds both forward and backwards. It’s like having an overenthusiastic yoga instructor in your pocket!

If that wasn’t enough, Samsung also reintroduced its Bali concept, a cute little home companion robot that follows users around. With wheels instead of bouncing around like BB-8, this bowling ball-sized robot is ready to assist you in your home.

Asus Goes All In on Screens

Meanwhile, Asus was all about screens at CES. The company unveiled updates to its Zenbook Duo laptop, featuring two full-sized 14-inch 3K OLED displays. It’s a stunning display of craftsmanship at a more budget-friendly price point.

Asus also announced updates to its gaming laptops and monitors, including a dual-mode OLED monitor that can switch between 240Hz at 4K and 480Hz at 1080p. For those who prefer a more portable option, Asus introduced the ZenScreen Fold, a 17-inch portable OLED monitor that can be used vertically or horizontally.

But Asus didn’t stop there. The company also showcased its upcoming RTX 4000 Super Series graphics cards and z790 motherboards, as well as a new lineup of cable-free components. With cutting-edge Wi-Fi 7 technology and smart glasses to help users multitask, Asus is definitely pushing the boundaries of innovation.

Lenovo Keeps Things Interesting

And let’s not forget about Lenovo, the tech industry’s resident goofball. The company unveiled the ThinkBook Plus Gen 5 hybrid, a detachable two-in-one laptop that runs Windows and Android simultaneously. With a mechanical energy harvesting combo keyboard and mouse, as well as an external graphics enclosure dream, Lenovo is always pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.

But perhaps the most entertaining announcement from Lenovo was Avatar Master, an app designed to turn you into a VTuber avatar. Finally, you can hide your Cheeto dust-covered face during Zoom calls with this fun app!

Quick Bits and More

Quick bits brought to you by SEIC, the tech industry’s performance-pilled PC parts manufacturer. Their latest Mag Flow fans are a game-changer, with Snappy magnetic connections that make installations super simple.

Meanwhile, Razer introduced Project Esther, the world’s first HD haptics gaming cushion. Now you can feel the explosions, heartbeats, and footsteps in your chair while gaming. It’s a whole new level of immersion!

Intel made some exciting announcements about its upcoming processors and AI-enhanced SOCs for EV cars. Google merged Android’s Nearby Share and Samsung’s Quick Share feature, expanding the ability to share content between Android devices. And Twitch underwent significant layoffs as the company attempts to right-size its operations.

All in all, CES was a whirlwind of innovation and excitement. From transparent displays to cute robots and wacky inventions, the tech world never fails to impress. Keep an eye out for more tech news and updates, as we delve deeper into the weird and wacky world of CES!

Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama, a lifelong enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence, has been exploring technology and the digital realm since childhood. Known for his creative thinking, he's dedicated to improving AI experiences for all, making him a respected figure in the field. His passion, curiosity, and creativity drive advancements in the AI world.
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25 COMMENTS

  1. I have the older ASUS Zenbook that only uses the half screen and let me say that second full monitor looks absolutely awe…ful

    the half second screen is amazing, if it aint broke dont fix it

  2. Ok gotta chime in, dont get into folding phones from Samsung. My Fold 4's screen cracked within 10 months and Samsung said it wasnt covered in the manufacturers warranty

  3. The Samsung Transparent displays would work best on U.S. Navel ships either on the bridge or in CIC this is a perfect display to strategize on; moreover, it would be better if personal could look at the screen in either direction both front and back with the same image and not look backwards.

  4. Does the presenter always wear lipstick? At first I thought it was an intro joke regarding Las Vegas but then he kept wearing it the entire video

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