CES® 2020 opens today unveiling the next generation of innovation that will redefine industries, create jobs and solve many of society’s challenges. With more than 4,400 exhibiting companies, including 1,200 startups, CES 2020 features the latest transformative technologies, including 5G, artificial intelligence, vehicle technology, digital health and more.
CES Media Days featured two days of preshow press events from CES exhibitors, including major brands and emerging startups. Twenty-nine companies announced products, including:
AMD – The Ryzen 4000 Series mobile processor, the world’s first 7nm laptop processor.
Bosch – Vivascope, a smart device that creates digital microscopic images of cells and analyzes them using AI.
BrainCo – Showcased the final model of its AI-powered prosthetic hand, which works with an amputee’s brain waves and muscle signals.
Brunswick Corporation – Debuted the SLX-R 400e, a 22-passenger yacht-certified watercraft capable of speeds of 65 mph.
BYTON – Announced its first wave of content partnerships, including ViacomCBS, to be featured on its 48-inch digital dashboard screen in the M-Byte SUV.
Continental Automotive – Natural 3D Centerstack display, offering drivers a 3D experience without the need for special glasses.
HDMI – Ultra High Speed HDMI certification program that assures support for all HDMI 2.1 features, including 8K.
Hisense – The dual-cell XD9G LCD TV layers two liquid crystal modules one on top of the other inside a single cabinet.
Hyundai – Showcased a model of the S-A1, an electrically powered “personal air vehicle” capable of carrying up to four passengers.
Impossible Foods – Introduced two new plant-based meat substitutes, Impossible Pork and Impossible Sausage.
Intel Corporation – Announced Tiger Lake, the latest chip in the Intel Core mobile processor family.
LG – OLED (LG Signature OLED 8K) and LCD (LG 8K NanoCell) TV models delivering a ‘REAL 8K’ UHD viewing experience.
Living in Digital Times – Announced several lifestyle products including the mamaRoo sleep™ bassinet and NEUTROGENA’s Skin360™ app.
Monster – MultiLink Bluetooth technology, enabling multiple Bluetooth devices to play audio in sync.
Panasonic – Flagship HZ2000 OLED TV with support for the UHD Alliance’s Filmmaker Mode.
POW Audio – Biz is a pocketable magnetic speaker offering superior teleconferencing with a 360° mic, echo cancellation, and noise suppression.
Procter & Gamble – Charmin’s RollBot, a concept robot that brings you toilet paper and Oral-B’s new connected electric toothbrush, the iO.
Qualcomm – Debuted the Snapdragon Ride autonomous-driving platform.
Royole Corporation – Unveiled its Mirage Smart Speaker, an Amazon Alexa-enabled smart speaker featuring an 8″ AMOLED flexible touch display.
Schneider Electronics – Launched Square D Connected Home suite for North America.
Sony – Unveiled the Vision S electric concept car featuring 33 different sensors and a newly-designed EV platform.
Taiwan Excellence – Showcased multiple innovations from Taiwanese companies, including Noodoe’s intuitive charging stations for electric cars.
TCL Corp – Vidrian mini-LED display technology offers increased brightness, sharper contrast, and long-life performance.
Toyota – Showcased Woven City, its “prototype city of the future” where it can test autonomous vehicles, innovative street design, smart home technology, robotics, and new mobility products.
UHD Alliance – Announced two additional television partners for its Filmmaker Mode initiative: Samsung and Phillips.
Valeo – Unveiled its autonomous, electric delivery droid prototype, Valeo eDeliver4U.
ZF – Level 2+ semi-automated driving systems for passenger cars and Level 4 fully automated driving systems for commercial vehicles.
CMO Insights – Putting the “C” in CMO