The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is this upcoming week and I’ll be heading out there. It’s a very difficult show to cover as just a single person, but I’ll do my best to write about the most interesting streaming media, Fire TV, and Alexa related announcements. I’ll post here every chance I get, but if you’d like more frequent updates and a look at some of the gadgets I see that don’t make it to the site, you can follow me on Instagram (@esaba) and/or follow me on Twitter (@elias). I’ll also be helping out my buddy Lon Seidman some evenings for his daily CES Dispatch videos on his YouTube Channel, so you may see me pop up there, like I did last year.
Good Luck Elias,have fun!(but not too much fun!)
Get any sauce you can on the future of Android TV if possible!
I still have my fingers crossed about the rumor of Nvidia launching a new Shield and dropping the existing model down to $99.
That would be, both amazing and awful, at the same time. I hardware refresh is always welcome, but I’m ocd and I’ll need to replace the 4 units (2 2015 models and 2 2017 models) I own.
They ought to drop the ‘C’. It has not been about the Consumer for years. Second year of 8K televisions. Driverless cars. Amazon vs Google in disappointing voice assistants. 146-inch televisions. Also ran processors from AMD. New Digital Cameras — like anyone uses a camera these days. Foldable phones. Technology has gotten so far ahead of our needs and wants that no one is interested in what is coming next. First world problems, for sure, but I wish the tech giants would focus on getting their production hardware right. Show me conference calls on Alexa or a directory that does not rely on my cell phone.
Just the same, I’m looking forward to hearing what you think of the future.
I still use my camera. My phone doesn’t take anywhere near as good as photos as my camera.