Samsung showcased their Bendable TV in Las Vegas yesterday, which lets users change the curvature of the screen and has screens as large as 85 inches.
The prototype TV uses LED technology to give crystal clear picture quality and Samsung also announced a smaller 77in
model. The firm said the curved screen would enhance viewing experience but did not give an expected price or an official launch date for the high-tech TVs.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off wearable computers which included earbuds that monitor your heart rate and a headset computer nicknamed Jarvis.
The computer is controlled by speech and allows users to make restaurant bookings and set up diary appointments.
Sony also showcased a “life logging” device which tracks when people watch a movie, are sent e-mails and speak to friends. Information is tracked with an Android app and a piece of wearable technology that finds out when a user is walking or resting.
American company Makerbot also revealed a 3D printer which
can create large objects up to 12 by 12 by 18 in.
The company’s top range 3D printer, the Z18, will cost just shy of £4,000 but its makers say it will make “epic” objects.
Makerbot Chief Executive Bre Pettis said: “If you’ve been hampered with how big you can make things, then no more.”
Samsung also unveiled their two latest tablets, the Galaxy NotePro and TabPro, and claimed this year they will takeover
from Apple to be the biggest tablet provider.
Search engine giant Google and German car firm Audi also showcased their self-driving technology for cars. The CES electronics show will run until Friday at the Las Vegas Convention Centre.
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