Microsoft says the best tool for teams to create and brainstorm, and have productive meetings is the Surface Hub. What exactly is that? We tell you.
As if 4K isn't cutting-edge enough, LG also had a technical demo of an 8K TV with their latest ColorPrime technology for even more true-to-life visuals and deeper colors. We give you a glimpse of it in action.
Through clever splitting and sharing of pixels, which result in way more sub-pixels than usual, Sharp says its Aquos Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV offers better image quality than all the other 4K sets out there.
If you've always wanted to see more on your monitor, then Samsung's latest flagship monitor with an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio will offer you a pretty amazing viewing experience. Featuring a curved 34-inch screen, the new monitor unveiled today at CES 2015 is set to hit store shelves this year.
Samsung announced three brand new TV models featuring the newest quantum dot technology at a pre-CES press conference today. Samsung's latest TVs will be branded as SUHD TV, the prefix S in SUHD to indicate the new range of TVs with superior picture quality, striking brightness and spectacular color.
The new flagship 4k UHD TV of Panasonic has just been announced at the CES 2015. Panasonic's new CX850 series will feature two models- the 65-inch TC-65CX850U and the 55-inch TC-55CX850U. It will feature enhanced color technologies such as Studio Master Drive, Local Dimming Pro and Super Bright Panel.
LG has announced no less than seven OLED TVs at CES 2015. While most of them are curved sets, there are a few flat ones too, but all of them will run on the new WebOS 2.0 smart TV platform.
All of Sony's 2015 4K TV lineup, which consists of four new series and ten new models, will run on Android TV. They will also feature a new 4K Processor X1 engine with screen size ranging from 43 to 75 inches.
Samsung has revealed that all of its TVs in 2015 will use a new smart TV platform built around the Tizen operating system.
It looks like LG Electronics has more tricks up its sleeve this coming CES besides TVs running WebOS 2.0 and using quantum dots. The Korean TV maker has announced that it’ll be unveiling another technology called Wide Color LED and a new branding called ColorPrime.