What to expect from CES 2020

Get the latest tech news and rumours from this 4-day spec-tech-ular!

17 Dec 2019

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Kicking off on 7th January 2020, Las Vegas will come alive with tech as it hosts the 50th CES – a 4-day meet up where massive brands shout about their latest consumer technology.

But what can we expect? We check out the latest rumours and buss surrounding CES 2020.

 

8K TVs

With 4K TVs becoming increasingly common around the house, we can expect the next step up – 8K. With big brands like Panasonic, LG, Samsung and Sony exhibiting, expect a new generation of TVs with mind-blowing visuals! Check out our range of 8K TVs.

 

Noise-cancelling headphones

Headphones have gone Bluetooth and wireless, and that won’t change. With Sony releasing their awesome noise-cancelling WF-1000XM3 headphones, what’s next? According to Pocket-lint.com, there’s a rumour that Sony will step up with their latest 1000XM4 headphones. We’re all ears!

 

Faster, lighter laptops

Expect brand new laptops from the likes of Lenovo – including consumer laptops, gaming laptops and smart tech. Techradar.com think that processor-giant Intel will unveil new laptops powered with their new generation of processors – made especially for computing on the go.

More power and longer-lasting battery? Sign us up.

 

PlayStation 5

It’s the talk of the gaming community! According to androidpit.com, Sony should have some more news on the PS5. And we can hardly wait! If you’re too impatient, we’ve got the latest you need to know about the new PS5.

 

Microsoft Surface

With a bigger range of Microsoft Surface devices available than ever before, what can we expect next? Androidpit.com predict that we’ll hear more news, following on from the announcement of their foldable phone/tablet hybrid for 2020 – the Surface Duo.

 

Did someone say robot vacuum cleaners?

If there’s one thing that robots should definitely be taking over, it’s vacuuming. And while we already have an impressive range of dust-terminating robot vacuum cleaners, we’re excited to hear what’s coming next.

Digitaltrends.com reckon that the next generation will be fitted with cameras – so they’ll be able to avoid obstacles with AI and maybe even double as digital watchdogs!

So, plenty to unbox there! We’ll keep you up to date as we hear more…

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