As you surely know, CES is one of the most important technology fairs in the world. Every year it takes place in the city of Las Vegas, USA, and unveils news and new products that will set trends in the tech world.
However, in 2021, the CES event will take place exclusively online for the first time in its history. The reason, you may have guessed it: the global pandemic.
And while it surely won’t be the same as experiencing it in person, different media will be able to access all of the presentations and lectures online. Technology continues to advance despite the virus.
This year, the event will take place on January 11, 12, 13 and 14. Brands like Lenovo, LG, Bosch or TCL, among others, will discover all the new products to come.
The most important of CES 2021
The key themes of the just promise to be centered on the health digitization, something one would expect after almost a full year of the pandemic. In this way, the technology has focused on its usefulness in order to help us in the situation that Covid-19 is causing us to experience.
Technology has put the batteries in, so we’ll see programs and devices that can predict how many ICU beds will be needed and even detect breathing problems or coughs by listen ing to you speak.
We will find lectures dedicated exclusively to the importance of technology in health and how it can be used to fight future pandemics.
On the other hand, the 8K technology on screens and televisions will be of particular importance. We will see LG, Sony and Samsumg, leading brands in this field, present the thinnest screens ever.
Let’s not forget that LG introduced a rolling screen in 2019. We’ll see this year if your bet for 2021 focuses in that direction. We also know that Samsung wants its customers to have more voice when it comes to personalizing their own TV.
The artificial intelligence still plays an important role at CES, and this year was going to be no different. There are over 500 companies that have worked to showcase breakthroughs in this area this year.
Likewise, we will continue to see progress in 5G technology, something that started in 2019, but has yet to gain the strength expected in countries like Europe.
At CES 2021, we will see different mobile phone companies demonstrating to us all the news that will be integrated into our mobile devices thanks to 5G.