CES 2018 Will Offer New Tech Gadgets

CES 2018 Will Offer New Tech Gadgets

CES 2018 Will Offer New Tech Gadgets

CES stands for Consumer Electronics Show, and it is the annual trade show run by the Consumer Technology Association.

Here at Gizmodo, we've been keeping track of everything we can, and while we might not be able to pinpoint every single rising star before the show starts, we've got more than enough info to highlight a number of major trends that are going to define this year's CES. In turn, that can give viewers a first-person view of the finished product. Analysts say some consumers find it more natural to manipulate smart devices like door locks, lightbulbs and televisions with their voice instead of smartphone apps or dedicated remotes.

When CES rolls around every year, there are the inevitable slew of launches from consumer technology firms, eager to make a splash at the show with the largest TV, the smartest appliance, the most innovative auto.

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Artificial Intelligence- AI will also be an area of show and discussion. Expect to see plenty of new smart home devices with inbuilt Alexa capabilities, while competitor Google is also expected to make some announcements around its own Google Assistant.

In addition to cutting-edge consumer technologies, this year's CES attendees can also - as usual - expect to see offbeat, concept, and odd innovations. Here you'll find many global exhibitors as well as innovations in audio, drones, gaming, augmented and virtual reality, vehicle technology, video, wireless devices, wireless services, and digital imaging/photography.

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It uses Samsung's new Bixby voice assistant, the company's attempt to compete with the likes of Amazon's Alexa and Google Assistant. This multi-hotel venue will feature the innovative power behind the industry's emerging technology, including revolutions in fitness and health, the Internet of Things, wearables, smart home, sensors and other high-growth technologies changing the world.

According to a report published by BBC News, smart goggles that greatly augment vision will also be introduced during CES. Not even exhibitors were allowed into the event.

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