Over a week ago, during CES 2020, a massive consumer technology show, Sony unveiled a concept car called the Vision-S. While this car is not planned to be released for consumers, there could be a very small chance it is considering how impressive it is and how well-received it was. The car shown is fully functioning and showed off many of the existing technologies Sony can produce. The interior features many different screens in the front and back, as well as high-quality speakers. This is not surprising since Sony is a premier company in the media industry. The car is also electric and has many different sensors built for safety. While the car isn’t planned to be mass-produced, it does look very impressive.
In addition to the car that Sony showed off, another interesting innovation revealed at CES was Samsung’s rotating TV, called the Sero TV. This TV allows one to rotate the screen to watch tv at either landscape or portrait mode, which could be useful for vertical videos found on some apps such as Instagram, Snapchat, and Youtube, all at 4K video. The TV itself is also very big, as it is 43 inches. Another interesting feature is its ability to sync video with a Samsung Galaxy phone, so when you rotate your phone, the TV itself will also be able to rotate to match the video being either portrait or landscape. It is planned to be released later this year, although the exact release date and price are yet to be known. Overall, this year’s CES showed off some intriguing new technologies that are adapting to today’s culture.
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