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CES 2024 Showcases Revolutionary Tech: Samsung’s Smart Home-Car Integration, Transparent TVs, and Advanced AI Collaboration

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CES officially starts tomorrow in Las Vegas, but Networkinvegas.com got a sneak peak at what we can expect at this years show. So far the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 in Las Vegas is gearing up to be ab exciting blend of innovation and technological advancements. Here’s a rundown of some of the exciting highlights so far:

Samsung and Hyundai Collaboration: Samsung has announced a collaboration with Hyundai to develop “home-to-car” and “car-to-home” services for Kia and Hyundai vehicles. This integration will allow users to control car functions like cabin temperature and window settings through Samsung’s SmartThings service. Conversely, car users can manage their home’s lighting and smart devices remotely.

Here is some more from Hyundai at Media Day…

Samsung and Microsoft Team-Up: Samsung is also partnering with Microsoft to enhance Copilot AI functions on Galaxy smartphones. This collaboration aims to bring more advanced AI capabilities to mobile devices.

Transparent TVs by LG and Samsung: Both LG and Samsung have unveiled transparent TVs. LG’s OLED-powered display is 77 inches and boasts the ability to switch between a transparent mode and a traditional black background. This unique design uses a contrast film on a transparent glass surface. The TV, which doubles as a digital canvas for art, will be available for purchase later this year. Samsung, on the other hand, showcased a transparent MICRO LED display as a concept.

Instacart’s Smart Shopping Carts: Instacart is introducing smart carts equipped with screens for displaying video ads. These carts will feature advertisements from companies like General Mills and Del Monte Foods. The carts can also provide real-time recommendations based on the items customers add to their carts.

Philips’ Smart Deadbolt with Palm Recognition: Philips has teased its first smart deadbolt that uses a touch-free palm reading system for unlocking doors. Named the Philips 5000 Series Wi-Fi Palm Recognition Smart Deadbolt, it integrates with smart home assistants and will be available for sale in the US soon.

Kia’s Autonomous EV Concept: After a five-year hiatus, Kia is back at CES with its “Platform Beyond Vehicle” program, showcasing a new line of autonomous electric vehicles (EVs). The concept PV series includes various models like PV1, PV5, and PV7, each designed for different uses such as ride-hailing or delivery services.

Nvidia’s RTX 4000 Super Series Wows at CES

The tech community is buzzing with excitement over Nvidia’s latest releases announced at CES 2024. The RTX 4000 Super series, featuring the GeForce RTX 4080 Super, RTX 4070 Ti Super, and RTX 4070 Super, has been well-received for replacing their predecessors at competitive price points. The standout RTX 4080 Super, priced at $999, is notably $200 cheaper than the original RTX 4080, bringing high-end 4K gaming with ray tracing to a wider audience. The RTX 4070 Ti Super and RTX 4070 Super, maintaining their prices at $799 and $599, offer improvements over the previous models, particularly appealing to those yet to join the RTX 4000 series. Nvidia’s latest offerings at CES 2024 have reinforced their dominance in the graphics market and showcased their commitment to delivering top-tier gaming experiences across various price ranges.

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