Want more screen real estate without having to lug around a large laptop? If so, then meet the Samsung Blade Bezel. Its main highlight is display has almost no bezel, thanks to a claimed 93% screen-to-body ratio. This is made possible with a new type of Samsung OLED display that incorporates an under-display camera, enabling the panel itself to measure in at just 1mm, while weighing a svelte 130g.
For those unfamiliar with the Sony Vision-S, it’s essentially an all-electric sedan concept with components from Magna International, Continental AG, Elektrobit and Benteler / Bosch. Boasting always-on connectivity, complete with 33 sensors that include CMOS, solid state LiDAR, radar and time-of-flight cameras, which together, form an advanced driver assistance suite called “Safety Cocoon”. Step inside, and you’ll find a panoramic touchscreen integrated directly into the dashboard, paired with Sony’s 360 Reality Audio.
Always wanted to keep an eye on your smartphone notifications while using the computer without having to turn up the notification volume? If so, then look no further than the Lenovo 23.8″ L24i-30 and 27″ L27e-30 (above) monitors. Both use premium In-Plane Switching (IPS) panels that deliver crisp, clean images at wide-viewing angles, making them perfect for distance as well as hybrid learning or video conferencing purposes.
LG Display is set to make a big splash at CES 2021, and for all the right reasons, starting with their transparent OLED technology. In addition to making TV panels for Sony, Vizio, Panasonic, Toshiba, Hisense, and many others, their transparent OLEDs have many uses, including in restaurants as well as metro trains. The company’s latest version now has 40% transparency, compared to 10% for their current models.