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CES 2021 Highlights from Intel, Samsung, and LG

CES® 2021 started on 11th January, Monday, and will end on January 14th. Every CES® brings out news on the upcoming and latest technology and influences the tech world. This year is no different. We can easily find what’s available on the market and what is new on CES®. In this round up at Tech News Pro, we will share a small update on CES® revels from Intel, Samsung, and LG.


Intel introduced their new 11th generation Rocket Lake CPUs. Which are told to be 19% faster than the products of the previous year’s 10th gen CPUs. Flagship CPU the Intel i9-11900K can boost up to a whopping 5.3GHz and it will support only 3200 MHz DDR4 RAM which is a shame on the RAM support. Hope the final product will have more improvements. Their Xeon® Scalable processors will outperform the competitor on AI and performance metrics.


Samsung introduced the new smart fridge lineup that can have different colors and it is the new 4-door Flex bespoke. Different freezing zones for different types of food. The 110 inches smart Micro LED TV is a great addition with so many smart features. Smart applications robot vacuums are some of the new products introduced by them.


LG introduced its PuriCare air purifier as its first product. Next came a smart fridge, smart mask, washing machine & dryer. Fascinating is the LG Gen 4 8k AI processor. Smart streaming solution and game optimizer for seamless gaming. Stadia has been introduced with the LG smart TV, so streaming got a nice buff. LG’s most advanced mini LED TV called the LG QNED looks fairly nice.

Last year at CES we saw Google’s very own Tech Park, a huge number of participates at the live show, lots of informative and awkward moments. But as the pandemic is still going strong, the 2021 CES® is being held online with live streaming. Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked on 14th January is one of the most interesting segment, viewers wait for. Expected to see new Galaxy smartphones. From robots to flying taxis, CES® doesn’t fail to surprise any year. And this year is also no different.

Large companies like Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and TCL are showing innovating next-gen creations in an early access look. We are not surprised to see a $16,000 bathtub with smart features on the CES® 2021 as these are some of the most interesting concepts we wait to spectate.





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