Major corporations release a variety of new products at the Electronic Goods Show in Las Vegas every year. Lenovo, Acer, Samsung, and Sony all demonstrated technology that may be available in 2023. CES 2023 announced the following nine major announcements:

Qualcomm Snapdragon Satellite

Qualcomm launched Snapdragon Satellite, its satellite connectivity option, at CES 2023. In the future Android smartphone, users will be able to send two-way text messages using satellites.

Qi 2 wireless charging standard

The Qi battery charger standard is now available. With the Qi 2, the charger will be aligned properly with the device for faster charging rates and better thermal management.


Sony’s new PlayStation controller

There has been a demonstration by Sony of a new PlayStation controller designed to assist persons with disabilities in playing video games. Those with restricted motor control can play computer games with Project Leonardo, as it is known.


Lenovo’s dual-screen laptop

Yoga book 9i features two 13-inch 2.8K OLED displays in a book-like design. The Surface Duo has been canceled by Microsoft. Additionally, a magnetic keypad connects to the bottom display and a folding holder is included with the laptop.

Acer’s work desk that helps you achieve fitness goals

Acer announced the eKinekt BD 3 workstation. To promote sustainable and healthier living, it includes a stationary bike. Through the use of kinetic energy generated by the rider’s spinning, the eKinekt BD 3 allows users to exercise while working.

Realme’s new 240W fast charging technology

CES 2018 was the first time Realme revealed its new 240W charging technology after months of speculation. It is expected that the fast-changing technology will be included in the company’s upcoming flagship phones.


Samsung foldable and sliding tablet

Samsung unveiled the Flex Hybrid concept. You can also extend the right side in addition to folding it. They had a creative idea for tablets that flex and glide without cracking at CES 2023.

Battery-powered television

The Displace TV has been launched by Displace, a company that specializes in totally wireless televisions. It features four rechargeable batteries in each corner, along with a suction-based wall mount that sticks to any surface. Gesture controls are also supported.

500Hz gaming monitor

New gaming monitors from Alienware offer a refresh rate of up to 500Hz. It also features the fastest and most responsive response time in the industry, at 0.5 milliseconds.

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