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CES 2024 In Las Vegas

Published on January 15, 2024

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024, held in Las Vegas, has once again proven to be the epicenter of technological innovation. This year’s event showcased a plethora of advancements across various sectors, including personal tech, transportation, healthcare, and sustainability.


One of the most intriguing aspects of CES 2024 was the Exhibition of Failed Ideas. This unique display served as a reminder amidst the hype, urging innovators to learn from past mistakes and strive for success.


Samsung and LG both brought us transparent display tech, we saw a slew of pet and kitchen gadgets, while vibrating and massage chairs have taken over the showfloor.

Among the numerous groundbreaking products unveiled, the GyroGlove stood out. This high-tech device offers a significant reprieve for individuals suffering from Parkinson's disease tremors.

LG announced its new DukeBox smart speaker, featuring vacuum tube audio placed behind a transparent OLED screen. The company also teased a two-legged AI-powered robot, a 27-inch OLED gaming monitor that goes up to 480Hz, its latest 4K OLED TVs with AI processors, Gram laptops with AI features and the CineBeam Qube 4K projector.

LG's "first wireless transparent OLED TV"

Clicks Technologies introduced an iPhone keyboard, targeting iPhone users with dexterity or accessibility issues, the younger generation looking to stand out, and people who miss their previous smartphone keyboards.

Whispp, a Dutch startup, aims to use artificial intelligence to help millions of people suffering from vocal impairments speak again in their natural voices. At CES 2024, Whispp launched an AI-powered assistive speech and phone-calling app.

In conclusion, CES 2024 has once again demonstrated the boundless potential of technology. As we continue to explore the convention, we look forward to uncovering more noteworthy developments from CES 2024.