Top 10 biggest suprises at CES 2024
Top 10 biggest suprises at CES 2024
Top 10 biggest suprises at CES 2024

Top 10 most notable premieres at CES 2024

As usual, in early January, Las Vegas hosts the main consumer electronics exhibition, Consumer Electronics Show , which sets trends in the development of the mass video and audio market for the entire year. Here, companies present not only models launched into production, but also promising concepts.

We have selected ten of the most notable premieres at the CES 2024 exhibition.

LG DukeBox

LG DukeBox

An unusual audio system that combines the charm of tube sound with transparent OLED panel technology. Featuring front-firing speakers at the bottom and an omnidirectional speaker at the top, it delivers surround sound that surrounds the listener. The transparency of the OLED display can be adjusted, but the DukeBox is versatile and can be used to watch high-quality content such as movies, or even create a cozy fireside atmosphere with the vacuum tube visible among the flickering flames. The release date and retail price of the new product are still unknown.

Victrola Stream Sapphire

Victrola Stream Sapphire

Victrola presented the Stream Sapphire turntable with extensive capabilities for connecting to wireless speaker systems. In addition to the Works with Sonos standard, the model received support for UPnP and Roon, and a pair of gold-plated RCA connectors allows you to connect the player to active speaker systems and traditional amplifiers. The turntable has a durable fiberboard body finished with natural walnut veneer, supported by height-adjustable aluminum legs. The disc is driven by a high-quality brushless motor, the tonearm has a carbon tube and a removable shell, on which the Ortofon 2M Blue head is standard installed.

Xgimi Horizon Max

Xgimi Horizon Max

The Horizon Max long throw projector will be the world’s first model to support the IMAX Enhanced video format. It uses the Dual Light 2.0 system, which combines laser and LED light sources. The declared luminous flux of the projector is approximately 3,875 ANSI lumens, which will allow you to get a bright picture even without completely darkening the room. Image adjustment is simplified as much as possible thanks to the Intelligent Screen Adaptation 5.0 (ISA) system, which not only independently corrects geometric distortions, but also recognizes the type of projection surface. The projector is running Google TV.
JBL Live Buds 3

JBL Live Buds 3

The line of completely wireless JBL Live headphones for the new season will be headed by the Buds 3 model. It features a charging case with a 1.45-inch touch screen and a Bluetooth 5.3 adapter with support for energy-saving LE (Low Energy) technology, which will become available after a software update. The headphones will last 10 hours on a single charge, and up to 30 hours when using the charging case. The model is protected from moisture and dust according to IP55 class, which allows you to take it with you for a run.

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 4

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 4

The completely wireless Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 4 headphones are already the fourth generation of the model. The company announced more than twelve improvements over the previous generation, including support for the Qualcomm S5 Sound Gen 2 platform, as well as Snapdragon Sound technology with the aptX codec. Wireless communication is provided by a Bluetooth 5.4 adapter, support for Auracast and an improved active noise reduction system are announced. The operating time on a single charge is 7.5 hours; paired with the charging case, the headphones will work for 30 hours. The model will appear on the market in the spring of 2024.

Samsung S95D QD-OLED

Samsung S95D QD-OLED

Samsung Display has announced the creation of the third generation of QD-OLED panels for its TVs, which combine organic light-emitting diodes and quantum dots. The main difference of the new generation is the significantly increased maximum brightness, reaching 3,000 nits, which is 1,000 nits more than the second generation. A 50% increase in brightness for each color of the RGB palette was achieved, according to the company, due to the latest power management algorithms and artificial intelligence. New Samsung TV models based on third-generation QD-OLED panels will go on sale within a year.

Audio Pro C20

Audio Pro C20

The company’s top-end wireless acoustics are made in a classic, strict Scandinavian design. The speaker system, measuring 196 x 410 x 220 mm, allows you to connect a wide range of signal sources, including a vinyl player with a MM head, and produces up to 190 Watts of total power. The speaker set includes two 25mm tweeters and a 165mm main driver. Declared support for Tidal Connect, Spotify Connect, Airplay 2, Google Cast and Audio Pro Multiroom platforms. The model will be available in three colors and will go on sale in February 2024.

LG Signature OLED T

LG Signature OLED T

The top-end OLED TV in the LG line has become not only wireless, but also transparent. The company has once again moved from demonstrating concepts to creating real products, albeit very expensive ones. It features the same Alpha 11 AI processor and Zero Connect wireless switching box as the new M4 Wireless OLED TV. When turned off, the TV screen will show pictures or display news and weather forecasts through the T-Bar widget.

Samsung Premiere 8K

Samsung Premiere 8K

Samsung has unveiled the world’s first completely wireless ultra-short throw projector with 8K resolution. It includes a One Connect Box, to which you can connect players and game consoles to wirelessly broadcast the signal to the projector. The model features Sound-on-Screen technology, which promises cinema-quality sound. The power of the built-in 8.2.2 format speaker system is 100 Watts, and Dolby Atmos support is declared.

TCL 115QM89

TCL 115QM89

TCL has introduced another TV – a projector killer. The model is built on Mini LED technology and sports a 115-inch diagonal screen. Carpet lighting with 20,000 dimmable zones and peak brightness of 5,000 nits promises an unforgettable experience. The TV has the flagship AIPQ Ultra processor, and a wide color gamut of up to 98% of the DCI-P3 space is guaranteed by the use of quantum dot technology. Built-in 6.2.2 format acoustics and a refresh rate of up to 144 Hz will delight film buffs and gamers.

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