CES week always takes a toll on the team. But hey, that doesn't mean we stop testing stuff this week, OK? Here's another reminder that at HardwareZone, work and play never stop!
Besides new cameras, TVs, and home appliances, Panasonic was busy showing off the future home with several concepts that can be incorporated today, but are not commercially viable yet. Step right in to see what you might be using in a decade or less.
At CES 2017, Samsung has taken the wraps off its latest flagship 4K HDR LED-LCD TVs. Using a new metal-coated quantum dot material, these "QLED" TV series - Q9, Q8, and Q7 - cover the DCI-P3 color space accurately and have peak brightness between 1,500 and 2,000 nits.
Turn an ordinary living room into your virtual war zone! Project Alloy is the first high quality untethered VR headset with merged reality experience and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich showed off how far they've come since IDF'16 with a live demo. Expect to see this project kick off sometime in Q4 2017 with headsets from OEM vendors.
These are the 4 hero products that Samsung wants you to buy in 2017. Time to fatten up your wallet!
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