The New York Times writes about the trends we should expect to see showcased at this year’s CES expo.The biggest trend expected at the International Consumer Electronics Show, which begins…

The New York Times writes about the trends we should expect to see showcased at this year’s CES expo.

"The biggest trend expected at the International Consumer
Electronics Show, which begins this week in Las Vegas, is that these
machines will be communicating with one another. The theme of this
year’s show might best be described as Convergence: This Time We Mean
It.

For more than a decade, manufacturers of consumer electronics
like televisions and audio gear have talked about blending their
products with personal computers, so that consumers can enjoy a
seamless stream of data, video and music anywhere…. [and only now will] consumers finally be able to sling images and sound wirelessly
around a room or an entire house."

New York Times Article

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