CES 2021 highlights: see-through TVs, a rollable smartphone and ice cream pods
January 13, 2021 at 07:50
From a "rollable" smartphone and transparent TVs to a $299 lipstick mixer, here are the highlights from the tech trade show so far.
Enter the surprisingly sleek Acer Predator Triton laptop, which is built for both gaming and working from home.
Acer Predator Triton 300Also getting buzz in the home-office space: phones, TVs, desktops and watches.
Even though we're still years away from 8K resolution being mainstream, TV manufacturers are doubling down on the ultra-high-resolution technology.
TCL, known for value products, announced a full lineup of smart Roku TVs that support 8K.
TVs are also going see-through in 2021.
It's a trend that's picking up among TV makers like Xiaomi and Panasonic, though early products are still expensive and rare.
a phone, called the LG Rollable, whose screen can roll up to make it a tablet.
"This rollable device is an exploratory look at what the future of smartphones may bring," LG LG also showed off aa phone, called the LG Rollable, whose screen can roll up to make it a tablet.
"This rollable device is an exploratory look at what the future of smartphones may bring," LG wrote in a press release .
Few other details about the phone were available, but the company told CNN Business in a statement that LG Rollable "will launch this year."
ColdSnapPerso uses three lipstick cartridges (purchased separately for an additional $100) and works with an iOS and Android app.