CES is an annual event that brings a lot of eyes and attention towards it. For good reason, I might add, as tech enthusiasts all around the world are on the edge of their seats, waiting, anxiously to check out the latest innovations in the world of tech. This year proved to be no different, the event was held in Las Vegas but unfortunately, due to covid restrictions, people chose to cover the buzz around the event from a safe distance.
We’ve seen a lot of innovation and there’s a lot to get through so let’s see some of the hottest products we’ve come across. These products include Vizio 50-Inch Gaming TV, Sony’s PlayStation VR2, and an affordable vinyl record belt-drive turntable which is Cambridge Audio Alva ST.
Vizio 50-Inch Gaming TV
Vizio’s 50-inch M-Series Quantum X 4K HDR Gaming Smart TV has an HDMI 2.1 port which supports 4K at 120Hz, making it an ideal candidate for gaming on the current-gen consoles like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
Are You More of a PC gamer? The TV also offers a variable refresh rate of values between 48-240Hz. That’s almost double the highest frame rate you ought to expect from most of the gaming TVs in the market these days. The adjustable VRR should make for silky-smooth motion during gameplay thus amplifying your gaming experience.
The display comes with a full array local dimming for contrast levels. The panel features Quantum dot technology while also having auto low latency and Dolby Vision Auto gaming which is better suited to HDR gaming.
Sony PS-VR 2
Sony’s PlayStation VR2 takes VR gaming to never-before-seen heights, providing players with escapism into the worlds they crave along with greater immersion in those worlds. The controllers with haptic feedback will enable players to experience new sensations in the game worlds they explore.
Building upon their innovations from PS5, PlayStation VR2 adds a true next-gen experience with high-res visuals including gaming at 120 frames per second. Along with enhanced tracking and FOV up to 110 degrees. The setup is single-wired which facilitates better connectivity which is a big upgrade on current wire-y VR headsets.
Cambridge Audio Alva ST Turntable
Cambridge Audio presents the all-new Alva ST, an affordable vinyl record belt-drive turntable priced aptly at £850. The Alva ST’s all-new belt-drive model is accompanied by a 1mm thick top plate made from aluminium and an absorption layer on top of MDF to act as a dampener for vibrations. Along with the removable Audio Technical AT-VM95e shifting magnet cartridge which comes pre-fitted into the turntable. It shares the aptX HD Bluetooth streaming feature with the Alva TT and the same tonearm as well.
The Cambridge Audio Alva ST turntables will be available to purchase in spring this year. Although still being a niche, streaming vinyl on wireless devices is a bit more practical when we consider the number of compatible devices available.
Samsung 89-inch Micro-LED TV
The 89-inch Micro LED is preconfigured like its predecessor, signifying that it will be sold as it is. Samsung offers a modular approach when it comes to purchasing its Micro LED screens, currently speaking, they offer up to 178 inches! The bezel-less panel itself is made up of a million micro-LEDs which makes your display more lifelike and colourful.
The 2022 Samsung Micro LED promises enhanced audio with Dolby Atmos support along with Object Tracking Sound Pro. The latter projects audio to match the on-screen movement.
With that being said, these were some of the most eye-catching products and we wanted to share them with you. Please do make sure to tune in for the latest tech news and products on NeoOnline.