It’s the largest electronic show in the world, and it just drew to a close yesterday.
CNET TV captured these videos that help to tell the story of what this year’s expo was all about.
A gaming laptop with 3 17″ screens from Razer. Yeah, you read that right.
The Faraday Future car FF 91. 1,050 HP….electric car. 0-60 in 2.39 seconds. Don’t text and drive. Oh, and it self parks.
This washer and dryer combo from Samsung is really cool. Both units are 2-in-1s with little compartments for small loads or delicate items. Smartphone enabled, too. Available early this year.
Super-thin OLED from LG. It’s like a poster. Super-expensive, probably $10,000 when it first comes out.
Blackberry debuted a new keyboard phone. Wait… What? Modified Android 7.0 for the OS.
The Aristotle, a digital voice assistant that is made by Mattel. It’s also a baby monitor and a learning tool that grows with your kid.
The biggest disappointment from the show may have come from the virtual reality space. The much hyped about product that is supposed to be the next big thing wasn’t so big.
Call it a virtual disappointment. Or virtually unsurprising. I’ll just say I was virtually underwhelmed.
Whatever pun you choose, the virtual reality industry has some explaining to do after this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, during which the biggest product announcements can largely be categorized as “more of the same.”