Cool factor 4/5Usability N/AValue for money N/A The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas each January starts the year in tech with all the major (and minor) manufacturers showcasing their wares. It’s one of the top events of its kind, along with the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February and IFA in Berlin in September. The show stretches for kilometres of exhibition space, with side events like brand showcase addresses and media gatherings. It’s a warren of shiny new things that beep, move, sense, transform – all of which is too much to cover. So here is our roundup of the big releases and wacky devices at CES 2019. TVs continue getting impossibly thin — and flexible — while resolutions and sizes rocket. Samsung featured its aptly named The Wall (219 inches, with microLED display technology). LG revealed a "rollable" TV (in its Signature Series OLED R range) that unfolds at the touch of a button; Sony revealed its first consumer-targeted 8K TV. PC chatter focused on ...

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