Day Three Highlights of CES 2019

January 10, 2019 •

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Day Three Highlights of CES 2019

Three days of CES 2019 are officially in the books. We’re recapping three more things that really caught our eye.

LG Rollable TV

Last year at CES, LG unveiled a prototype of their rollable OLED TV. At the time, it seemed like it would be remembered fondly as one of those cool concepts that never really came to fruition for the general consumer. But this year, LG surprised CES attendees and announced that the TV will be rolling into production and into people’s homes later this year. The TV is housed in a rectangular speaker that pumps out 100 watts of Dolby Atmos audio for an immersive experience. Once you’re done watching, the TV simply rolls back down into the housing when the TV is off. This is a great step towards the centerpiece of your living room being something other than a large black rectangle. While the price of LG’s genius creation surely won’t be affordable for most, it should hopefully come down in price within a few years.

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Google Assistant Village

One of the most common themes throughout CES 2019 has been all of the tech that is complete with the Google Assistant. The tech is on full display in a pop-up village showcasing all of Google’s products and abilities of the smart assistant. One of the neat new products on display was the Anker Roav Bolt, which enables the Google Assistant in your car, including hands-free calling, messaging and navigation. The Anker Roav Bolt would be the perfect companion with your ProClip to help keep your attention on the road where it belongs.

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Nubia’s Innovative Phone Design

Smartphone manufacturers have continued to eliminate bezels on devices for true edge-to-edge displays. Apple and Google have the notch and it appears that Samsung will be utilizing the hole punch for the Galaxy S10. Chinese manufacturer Nubia has different solution. They have eliminated the front-facing camera in favor of an extra display on the back of the phone for selfies. The Nubia X is currently not available in North America, but we’re definitely excited about their design innovation.

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Stay tuned for an up close look at our favorite things that we saw this year at CES on YouTube!