CES 2023 is rapidly approaching, marking the return of the world’s largest technology expo to Las Vegas for a second year following a hiatus for that issue we never seem to bring up.
It’s a trade fair, not a public event like IFA, which sometimes welcomes the general public. There will be a plethora of new releases, including computers, mobile devices, wearables, headphones, electric vehicles, and more.
As expected, HTC is releasing a new virtual reality headset, and Asus has shown a new TUF gaming laptop with what seems like upgraded display technology.
LG (who has already introduced a new InstaView fridge and UltraGear OLED game monitors for starters), Hisense, Panasonic, Canon, Samsung, Omron, Hyundai, and as is typical, Sony, where it plans to present PlayStation VR2.