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Show Review CES, LAS VEGAS


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Tech giants gamble on 8k and AI at CES 2019


TV technology took another giant leap forward at this year’s Las Vegas tech extravaganza, but do we really need another resolution revolution? Steve May reports from a CES show fl oor strewn with 8k mega-screens


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Everyone was talking tellies. According to the latest CTA (Consumer


ES has never seemed brighter. It was


enough to make your eyes hurt. Monster TV screens, many boasting 8k


resolution, offered images almost as dazzling as the Vegas strip, while smart devices seemed more able and communicative than ever before. This year’s show delivered a full sensory overload. CES has always celebrated big TVs, and with the advent of 8k, the excitement became infectious.


Technology Association) forecast, around 200,000 8k TVs are expected to ship in 2019, accelerating to 1.5 million worldwide in 2022. There’s little doubt that TV manufacturers intend to aggressively drive this new high-end proposition.


Both LG and Sony unveiled huge 8k screens to challenge Samsung’s early foray into the market. Sony proffered the ZG9, a hulking new addition


to its premium Master Series line. The display will be available in 85- and 98-inch screen sizes, and boasts an 8k enhanced version of its full array


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