Day two for us turned out to actually be the official day one for the show, and it saw big companies such as LG, Samsung, Sony, and more open their doors and show us their wares.
So we walked around the floor and grabbed as many pictures as we could, and while it’s impossible for two guys to cover every possible thing at CES, we’re beginning to make a dent.
Note: compared with yesterday’s recap, we’ve removed the time-stamps, because it’s quicker to prepare in this way.
Okay. Day two, which is technically day one. Obviously I need more sleep.
At one of the Samsung stands, there are S3 handsets being hooked up to instruments. Interesting.
Anyway, we’re here. What should we see?
Sigma cameras all in a row
Glasses less 3D at CES. It’s like a bigger 3DS screen
Oh and there’s LG’s laser projector. Have a product tour soon, so will post more later.
Found the TCL stand, but they won’t let me take pictures.
I have lost Pete, however.
Sharp has an Ultra HD TV here
LG has a massive video wall in 3D. People are reaching out for things.
Meet the just launched LG curved tv
LG’s also showing Ultra HD broadcasting. No idea if or when Australia will ever get it, but still neat to see.
And the UDTV is now in two smaller sizes: 55 and 65
Of course there’s always that 84 inch…