The annual Consumer Electronic Show (CES) kickoffs next week in Las Vegas, Nevada. The show is among the most-anticipated events of the year for industry pundits and consumers alike.
This is the show that reclassifies your current home-electronic products to yesterday’s news or soon-to-be obsolete faster than you can say AC/DC. No industry lives off the maxim that change is the only thing that is constant as quickly as consumer electronics does. Zap!
This report by CNBC.com weighs in by presenting five hot gadgets that are expected to launch at CES. However, with 31 featured exhibitors and hundreds more on the convention floor, it is going to be quite the electrifying event to say the least.
Samsung teased a new TV earlier this week on its Korean blog, where an image of a transparent TV was shown with a vague caption.
"A true innovation of TV design is coming up with a unprecedented new TV shape and timeless design," the company said on its blog along with the shown image.