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According to Variety, Amazon has partnered with a number of manufacturers like Westinghouse and Element Electronics to produce a 4K TV that runs the companies Fire TV platform.
TV sizes will range from 43 to 65 inches and 16 gigs of storage for apps And of course each TV will ship with the remote loaded with a microphone for Alexa Voice Search.
We don't know much yet about pricing, but expect to see Amazon TVs go on sale later this year.
Here at CES, HP has debut a new PC that can detect and scan 3D objects.
The Sprout Pro G2 houses A 2D and 3D scanner that aims to be a must-have companion for those in the 3D printing field though the Sprout Pro G2 can't physically print anything itself.
Pricing for the fairly powerful machine will hit March.
We're starting to see home Wi-Fi emerge as the theme already here.
Make it's debut with the company's wi-fi mesh solution called [UNKNOWN].
In theory the tri-band modular system let users spread wi-fi to every last spot in your home.
The developed system is more expensive than Google's wi-fi solution but the jury is out on which is better.
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