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Highlights Of CES 2024: New Updates On Nvidia, Samsung, Sony, And More

CES 2024 showcased a myriad of gadgets, including TVs, laptops, and smart home devices on the exhibition floor.

| Published on January 15, 2024

CES marks the beginning of the tech industry’s new year. Every January, various sectors within the industry present announcements and previews that lay the foundation for the upcoming year.

CES 2024 has arrived, transforming Las Vegas into a hub of excitement with bustling crowds, booths showcasing innovative products, and numerous companies highlighting the impact of AI on their advancements. Despite the conference’s fluctuations in recent times, it has evolved into a platform where startups can seize the spotlight amid the grand announcements from industry giants such as Samsung, Sony, and Nvidia.

Stay tuned for an ongoing analysis of the major unveilings at CES 2024. In case you’ve missed the prominent live streams that marked the beginning of CES 2024, you can review them through the list and links provided below.


AI takes center stage at CES this year, and AMD is fully engaged. The company introduced second-generation AI PCs featuring the Ryzen 8000G series neural processing units, along with a new Radeon RX 7600 XT graphics card, and provided updates on the previously revealed automotive-grade processors.


LG is set to unveil its latest advancements, having already unveiled a glimpse with the release of details about their new OLED TV series. This lineup boasts AI processors, promising a substantial enhancement in both visual and audio quality compared to previous models. LG’s CES event showcased not only updates on TVs but also encompassed developments in home technology, mobility, and, unsurprisingly, artificial intelligence.

Tata Technologies

At CES 2024, Tata Technologies unveiled cutting-edge solutions, positioning itself as a key engineering and system integration partner for automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. With a focus on enabling competitive pricing for vehicles, Tata Technologies also addresses cybersecurity challenges to ensure a secure connected experience. Their showcased innovations encompass full vehicle software integration. Notably, these advancements will be physically demonstrated at CES 2024 in Las Vegas, underscoring Tata Technologies’ commitment to pioneering the future of automotive technology.

Lenovo Eco-Friendly PC Accessories

Lenovo has introduced an innovative mouse and keyboard combo powered by both human and solar energy. The mouse features a hand crank, providing 30 minutes of wireless use with just a few minutes of rotation. Similarly, the keyboard incorporates a charging dial and solar panels for extended usage. Aimed at eco-conscious consumers, these prototypes signal a potential future for PC peripherals, emphasizing sustainability by minimizing reliance on batteries and electricity. Lenovo envisions a greener tech landscape with these cutting-edge designs.

TCL NXTPAPER 3.0 display

TCL unveiled the NXTPAPER 3.0 display, a groundbreaking technology resembling paper more than a digital screen. This iteration addresses previous issues, delivering precise color reproduction akin to LCD or OLED screens. Notably easy on the eyes, it mitigates blue light. The enhanced version boasts higher resolution, reaching up to 2K. TCL also introduced the Tab 10 featuring NXTPAPER 3.0, marking a significant leap in display innovation.

MouthPad: smart mouthware

Augmental recently showcased its cutting-edge product, MouthPad, a hands-free computer control device. Resembling a teeth retainer, this accessory enables seamless iPhone navigation through mouth gestures—allowing users to click, swipe, and control the cursor with a single device. Augmental asserts that MouthPad is more than a reinvented mouse; it’s a transformation of the human-computer interaction. The company envisions broader applications, suggesting its utility extends beyond traditional computing to tasks like video gaming.

Asus ZenScreen Fold OLED

Asus has unveiled its debut foldable external monitor, the Zenscreen Fold OLED. Emulating the design of Asus’s foldable laptops, this portable monitor folds in half for easy transport. When unfolded, it boasts a 17.3-inch screen with a 2,560×1,920 native resolution and a 4:3 aspect ratio, weighing only 1.16 KG. The display impressively supports 100% DCI-P3 color gamut, is DisplayHDR True Black 500 certified, and achieves up to 500 nits peak brightness in HDR mode. Although pricing details are yet to be revealed, Asus plans to launch the Zenscreen Fold OLED in selected markets during the second half of 2024.

Hyundai Mobis Mobion

Hyundai Mobis recently unveiled the Mobion concept vehicle, showcasing its innovative ‘e-corner system’ motion technology. This cutting-edge feature enables the car to execute lateral and diagonal motions, even executing stationary pivot turns. The company seamlessly integrated suspensions, steering, and braking into the in-wheel, a feat tested successfully on the road. Hyundai Mobis, through Vice President Lee Seung-Hwan, assures that these technologies are ready for immediate mass production. Additionally, the concept car boasts advanced autonomous driving sensors, including three light detection and ranging (LiDAR) devices.


Asus has entered the competition against Apple’s Vision Pro (with M2) with its own wearable display, the AirVision M1, showcased at CES 2024. These glasses boast a 1080p Micro OLED screen allowing you to enjoy content from your phone or computer. The AirVision M1 includes built-in speakers, a touchpad for display adjustments, and the option to fix the virtual screen in place. Unlike Apple’s wireless VR headset, the AirVision M1 relies on a wired DisplayPort connection. While pricing and availability are yet to be disclosed, it’s anticipated to be in line with TCL’s $399 glasses. Offering a compelling alternative to Apple’s Vision Pro, the AirVision M1’s comfort and practicality remain to be tested.


Walmart introduces innovative AI tools to enhance customer experience, enabling effortless product searches and automated reordering based on purchase history. Users can now explore themed searches like ‘football watch party’ or ‘surprise birthday party’ to receive curated lists, streamlining the ordering process. Initially available on the iOS app, Walmart plans to extend these features to Android phones later this year. Embrace the future of convenient and personalized shopping with Walmart’s AI-powered enhancements.

Rabbit R1

Introducing the Rabbit R1, a revolutionary $199 smart Humane AI Pin-like gadget. Powered by Rabbit OS, it boasts generative AI capabilities, a 2.88-inch screen, camera, and physical navigation buttons. No subscriptions required, plus convenient USB-C charging. Beyond calls and SMS, it serves as your AI personal assistant, responding to queries in a lightning-fast 500 milliseconds. Market debut scheduled for March/April 2024 in select regions. Embrace the future of smart connectivity with Rabbit R1!


Unveiled at CES 2024, Razer introduces “Project Esther” – the world’s inaugural gaming chair featuring an HD haptics gaming cushion, fueled by Razer Sensa HD Haptics. Positioned as a breakthrough in haptic technology, it transcends the line between the tangible and virtual realms. Renowned for its high-definition positional haptics, “Project Esther” promises a gaming experience that seamlessly blends the physical and virtual worlds.

Sony PS5 Slim

Sony revealed fresh hues for the revamped PS5 Slim, accompanied by color-matched DualSense controllers. Rather than standalone consoles, Sony will soon offer individual side panels at $54.99 (~ Rs. 6,000). The three new matte-finish colors include Cobalt Blue, Sterling Silver, and Volcanic Red. Note that the PS5 Slim and these side panels are yet to be officially announced, and availability is currently limited to select markets like the US, Europe, and Japan.

Mercedes Benz MB.OS

CES 2024 highlights

Volkswagen’s CES 2024 unveiling of a ChatGPT-enabled car sparked a response from Mercedes-Benz, showcasing their Concept CLA Class sedan. Featuring an AI voice assistant named MBUX, powered by an in-house developed large language model, the sedan introduces the MB.OS operating system for natural, human-like conversations. The familiar ‘Hey Mercedes’ phrase activates the assistant, allowing users to control various car functions. The AI-backed assistant now boasts enhanced capabilities, such as predicting user needs like reading news upon entry or suggesting dialing into meetings for a tardy owner. Mercedes-Benz continues to redefine the driving experience with cutting-edge AI integration.

Sony Afeela EV

Sony and Honda unveiled the Afeela electric car at CES, featuring a standout tech demo where Sony’s COO drove the car on stage using a PS5 controller. The vehicle boasts impressive specs like 400kW power, 0-100km/h in 4.8 seconds, and a top speed of 240km/h. Utilizing Unreal Engine 5.3, the Afeela showcases stunning 3D graphics on its dashboard and employs the engine for driver assistance system training. Anticipated to hit the market in 2026, this joint venture blends cutting-edge technology with automotive prowess, promising an exhilarating and visually captivating driving experience.

Hyundai Supernal S-A2

Supernal, Hyundai Motor Group’s air mobility company, unveiled its latest vertical takeoff and landing electric aircraft, the S-A2. Set for commercial deployment by 2028, this innovative vehicle boasts eight tilting rotors, reaching speeds of 120 mph at an altitude of 1,500 feet. Primarily designed for intra-city travel within 25 to 40 miles, the S-A2 ensures a noise level of 65 decibels during takeoff and 45 decibels upon landing. Notably, its modular interior allows operators to conveniently replace the battery. The future of urban air mobility is approaching, and Supernal is at the forefront with this cutting-edge aerial solution.


At CES 2024, Kia unveiled the Platform Beyond Vehicles (PBV), focusing on ride-hailing and business-oriented vehicles for public transport and delivery services. The PBV’s first product, PV 5, is a versatile modular van available in four configurations, from compact to pickup. Kia is developing a larger PV 7 and a smaller PV 1. These vehicles, hitting the market in 2025, aim to reach a production of 150,000 PV units annually. Embracing flexibility and innovation, Kia’s PBV platform is set to redefine the future of mobility solutions.

Sony PS5 Controller

Sony and Honda recently unveiled their collaborative project, the Afeela electric car, at CES. The highlight? Sony’s COO took the wheel using a PS5 controller in a tech demo. Boasting impressive specs – 400kW power, 0-100km/h in 4.8 seconds, and a top speed of 240km/h – the car also employs Unreal Engine 5.3 for dazzling 3D graphics on its dashboard and driver assistance system training. Set to hit the roads in 2026, the Afeela is a fusion of cutting-edge technology and automotive prowess.


At CES 2024, Lenovo unveiled groundbreaking tech, including the world’s first 2-in-1 laptop running Android and Windows OS—the ThinkBook Plus Gen 5 Hybrid. The Yoga series introduces sleek models like Yoga Slim 7i, Pro 7i, Pro 7, Pro 9i, and Yoga 9i 2-in-1, boasting OLED screens up to 3K resolution and Bowers & Wilkins soundbars. The ThinkBook Plus Gen 5 Hybrid steals the spotlight as a versatile hybrid notebook, effortlessly transforming from a laptop to a tablet with its detachable keyboard case. Lenovo also introduces innovative additions like the Lenovo AI Now Personal Assistant, Lenovo Tab M11 tablet, ThinkBook 13x Gen 4, and the ThinkBook Graphics Extension (TGX). Lenovo’s CES 2024 lineup promises cutting-edge technology for a seamless and dynamic user experience.


NVIDIA has just introduced the latest RTX 40 Super series of graphics cards at CES 2024, featuring three new GPUs: RTX 4080 Super, RTX 4070 Ti Super, and RTX 4070 Super. Priced competitively in India, the RTX 4080 Super costs Rs 1,05,000, the RTX 4070 Ti Super is priced at Rs 84,000, and the RTX 4070 Super is the most affordable at Rs 63,000. Mark your calendars – the RTX 4070 will be available from January 17, the RTX 4070 Ti Super from January 24, and the RTX 4080 Super from January 31. Stay ahead in the gaming arena with NVIDIA’s cutting-edge graphics technology!


Belkin has unveiled the Auto-Tracking Stand Pro with DockKit, the first DockKit-compatible stand for iPhones globally. Priced at $179.99 (approximately Rs 15,000), this motorized stand offers 15W wireless charging, a unique movement tracking feature, and a 5-hour battery life without a power supply. Users can conveniently activate or deactivate the tracking function with the touch of a button, ensuring a seamless experience. Stay in frame effortlessly as the stand follows your movements around the room. Upgrade your iPhone experience with Belkin’s cutting-edge Auto-Tracking Stand Pro with DockKit.

XReal Air 2 Ultra AR Glasses

XReal, in anticipation of CES 2024, unveils the Air 2 Ultra AR glasses at $699, taking on rivals like Meta Quest 3. Priced at nearly double the Air 2, these sunglass-style AR glasses boast superior hardware, featuring 6DOF tracking and a dual 3D camera setup for advanced environmental scanning. With high-res 1080p screens for each eye, 500 nits peak brightness, and a 120Hz refresh rate, the 80-gram device is a powerhouse. Compatible with macOS, Windows, Android, and iOS, it offers versatility. The XReal Air 2 Ultra will hit markets like the US, UK, China, Japan, and more soon via the official website. Stay ahead with cutting-edge AR technology!


Samsung dazzled at CES 2024 with cutting-edge display tech. A breakthrough anti-glare feature for OLED TVs ensures superior picture quality in any lighting. Their transparent micro LED tech seamlessly blends into surroundings. AI takes center stage for content upscaling, turning low-res into high-res with smart on-device techniques. Samsung wows gamers with a glassless 3D monitor and unveils an array of projectors, including an 8K ultra-short throw and a 2nd gen freestyle projector. Innovation at its finest!


Dell unveiled three cutting-edge Alienware gaming laptops at CES 2024. The Alienware m16 R2 boasts a revamped design and enhanced hardware, featuring a new stealth mode for quick lighting effects disablement. The Alienware X16 R2 stands out as one of the thinnest and most premium 16-inch gaming laptops, while the Alienware m18 R2 offers high performance with its spacious 18-inch display. Powered by Intel Core Ultra H processors and up to RTX 40 series mobile graphics, these laptops deliver up to a 240Hz refresh rate and feature an upgraded 1080p webcam. Starting January 11, 2024, prices begin at $1,649.99 for the m16 R2, ~$2,099.99 for the X16 R2, and ~$1,899.99 for the m18 R2 in select markets.

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