CNET 9 Jan 2021

CES 2021: What will you see at the world's biggest (all-digital) show


As CES goes online for the first time, we preview the most-anticipated products and trends (and what's missing) at the world's biggest tech show.

CNET's David Katzmaier gives us his top TV picks from CES 2021: LG, Samsung, TCL and more! These are the craziest concept TVs, the fanciest TVs money can buy, and the overall best TVs that just might even come to you soon.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world's largest consumer tech show - CES - has gone completely virtual.

And one big trend emerging from the show, is technology that helps us stay healthy in these socially distanced times. CGTN's Mark Niu reports.
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CES 2021 might be a virtual show this year, but that doesn't mean the tech is any less exciting. From flying cars to transparent TVs, here's the best stuff you need to know from the show.

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