CES 2020 shows off the big tech trends for the year ahead
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CES 2020 has wrapped up showing us the trends that will shape tech for the year ahead.
First up if you were looking for TVs then CES delivered the best of the best with LGs roll up or LED.
Samsung's rotating zero display and top of the line technologies, like micro LED and 8K.
As for TVs you may actually buy, there's a new OLED player in town with Vizio announcing an OLED TV to compete against LG and Sony.
Next, CES 2020 gave us AI everywhere Samsung unveiled its new project neon with AI chat bots that look and act like real people.
And LG showed off a new AI powered think you washing machine that detects different fabrics in the load.
The big surprise of the show, Sony unveiled the concept car from the same AI team that brought us IBO the robotic talk.
And last but not least Sextech had a massive showing at CES 2020 with female focused devices taking centre stage.
The category has had a rocky past at CES but Sextech was officially included in the show this year under the health and wellness category with companies saying this is just the beginning.
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