CES 2013 Home Theater
The TV’s are bigger, brighter and smarter; the wireless speakers are smaller and louder; and Snooki wants you to buy her ugly headphones. Welcome to CES 2013 in Las Vegas. All the sweet gear you could possibly want for your living room, bonus room or man cave is here. Whether it is hidden in a dizzying maze brimming with booths, or tucked away in a hotel suite on the 32nd floor of the Venetian Hotel, Digital Trends is on the scene to bring you the best of it. Now hang on to your mouses and monitors, because the future is happening right now.
OLED and 4K resolution were once an either/or proposition, but Panasonic has combined both with its latest prototype TV at CES 2013.
CEO John Slayton's embracing of consumers' "full blown sprint" to mobile viewing has Dish Network offering even more options and apps in the latest version of The Hopper
China's Hisense continues treading into the US market with a slew of new, budget-friendly TV's, including 4K, 3D, and Google TV models, plus some kind of transparent 3D business we've not heard of before.
Sony has built an entire ecosystem around NFC pairing, is exploiting the living daylights out of its 4K/Ultra HD empire, and, for just one bright, shining second, gave us a glimpse of a prototype 4K OLED TV at its CES 2013 press conference.
CES has begun and we're already in the muck of it all. Before we lose our minds though, we took some time to check out Velodyne's new vFree Bluetooh headphones.
Samsung's 2013 TV lineup includes a goliath 85-inch Ultra HD model, a 55-inch OLED still shrouded in mystery, and more refined Smart TVs further down the line.