Day one is winding down at CES, and we're already starting to see some trends emerge. Like, everyone seems to have the flu. And, wow, those are some big-ass TVs. But we've been picking up on a few themes that seem to be emerging after this first official day of CES. Here are the highlights, lowlights, and ultralights that made the biggest impression:
The Revenge of Television
Tablets? What tablets? Televisions, televisions everywhere! Big televisions. Bigger televisions. Transparent televisions. (What?) Talkable Televisions. (Double what?) OLED televisions. Ultradefinition televisions. Display manufacturers in Taiwan and South Korea are losing money faster than LSU fans at the sports book. Nobody in Europe is buying. But TVs are everywhere at CES.
Eyes On Sony's Insane Crystal LED Prototype Display
LG's Massive 84-Inch Ultradefinition TV Won't Fit In My Anything
I Talked to Samsung's Voice-and-Face-Recognizing Smart TVs and It Kind of Sucked
Transparent TV: Insanely Cool, But Also Why Is This a Thing?