It’s no secret Samsung hopes it can steal some market dominance by joining Sharp in having 8K-ready displays, but we could just be about to see what it’s been working on behind the scenes in South Korea.
One talking point at CES in Vegas last week surprisingly does not involve one of the industry giants (aka LG, Samsung or Sony), but a little-known company in California that produces screens. But not just any screens, but the type where you’re sat dictates what you may be watching.
Smart home technologies are beginning to enjoy their day in the sun, with adoption levels rising across the board. One recent research report from Parks Associates claims that 17% of US broadband households own an Internet-connected entertainment device and a smart home device, with an additional 13% of consumers owning both a connected health device and a smart home device. In ancient history these figures would ignore the inevitable hub required to connect these devices, but that is increasingly no longer the case.
Among Sony's audio offerings lining up at CES this year the shining light is two soundbars capable of “virtualising” Dolby Atmos sound.
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