CES2017 round-up

No surprises as TV and AI dominate

A sea of attendees thronging the exhibition halls of the CES 2017 consumer electronics trade show in Las Vegas last week.
A sea of attendees thronging the exhibition halls of the CES 2017 consumer electronics trade show in Las Vegas last week.ST PHOTO: TREVOR TAN

Thousands of vendors strutted their stuff at CES 2017, which attracted over 175,000 visitors

The world's largest consumer technology trade show, CES, took place in the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, last week.

The annual event, a bellwether of the world's major technology trends for the year ahead, attracted more than 3,800 exhibitors from over 150 countries who showed off their latest wares to over 175,000 attendees.

The Straits Times Digital team was there to look at what dominated the show, with TV technology and artificial intelligence (AI) the clear leaders.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 11, 2017, with the headline 'No surprises as TV and AI dominate'. Print Edition | Subscribe