The Magic begins every year in January with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and as always The Mesquite Weekly was in attendance. The entire show was completely digital in 2021.
More than 150,000 from all over the world participated virtually in twenty-four different time zones.
The show continues to dazzle and the challenge to present live presentations were overcome with plenty of live and on-demand viewing opportunities for all twenty-four time zones in our global world represented by more than 100 countries.
Up first is Kohler and yes you may well ask: Faucets, Toilets and Bathtubs and Electronics ???
Watch the show.
Faucets, Toilets and Bathtubs at your command with technical features that will wow and make life easier.
Installation of plumbing will require new skills for the plumber or the IT specialist and possibly more players selling their services and wares.
The Kohler bathtub involves more than just plumbing. There is lighting, vaporizers, music and then some. It can be yours for about $ 16,000 plus installation and funds for bathroom remodeling and to retrofit plumbing and electric power.
The dazzle and king of all the buzz fascinating the gamers is again being generated by NVDIA at CES 2021.
Watch the NVIDEA razzle dazzle:
The gaming business may not be the main driver for NVIDEA. Although graphics innovations and the technology takeaways related to the artificial intelligence experience have spurred the growth of image recognition. The AI graphic elements are critical to autonomous vehicles, safety and security, law enforcement, automated home applications and … oh well let your imagination do the rest. The stock market is reacting more than just favorable.
A major driver for consumer electronics as you will note is entertainment and at the center of it all is home entertainment. All the players are focused on the tube, the telli or the TV and it is all flat and enormously large and gearing up for 8K resolution. We barely got 4k out into the wild and the streamers are flooding our view with beautiful content. But here they are again with 8K 8K and 8K. Samsung, Sony and LG are the players we will hear from including a newcomer or maybe in name only. Skyworth dazzles with 8K including a small cubic 8K video camera (a thought left over from GoPro?). Even Panasonic joins in, but we did note that Panasonic is not coming back to play in the US TV landscape.
8K Everywhere and coming Home in 2021:.