LG seems to be taking the center stage at this year's CES.
We will, of course, update with any details and bring you our first impressions of these new TVs as soon as we set eyes on them.
LG's chief technology officer IP Park said adding ThinQ to all its devices would "completely change the way we use products". LG is already among the market leaders so far as OLED tech is concerned. Unsurprisingly, LG has built AI into its 4K OLED and Super UHD LCD TVs and is offering Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa integration, too.
In 2018, those brains include an enhanced version of LG's webOS TV platform that offers Google Assistant, voice control and AI learning, allowing you to search for content and control other devices, all by voice. The resolution of the TV is higher than most of the still photography cameras. There are plenty of big TVs out there but what makes this one interesting is the modular technology. Those TVs will also support up to 120 frames per second, 4K and multiple HDR standards.
Prices and availability to be confirmed. Sony and Panasonic said that they have plans to introduce 8K TVs by 2020. By getting rid of the idea of separate speakers, the company's Crystal Sound technology enables the display surface itself to emanate more realistic, richer sound than speakers can. The FZ950 range is complemented by the addition of a "Tuned by Technics" Dynamic Blade Speaker optimised by Panasonic's hi-fi brand to deliver a refined and powerful sound.
The prices of the 2017 Sony XBR X900E Series will drop ahead of the sales launch of the XBR X900F TVs.
The TV is a 4K unit, obviously, and is being positioned as a great option for those that value space in their living room, as when you're not using the TV it will simply roll-up in its box. GE's new product actually has two cameras, one that looks right at the stove and one for the video calls and pictures. Not a lot is known about the prototype yet, but check out more info HERE courtesy of The Verge. Hisense, TCL, Samsung and Sony will make an an appearance at the event later today. Samsung may produce wonderful QLED TVs but most critics still prefer the OLED TVs that have recently come out.