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The event presents the technological innovations of 2022

The event presents the technological innovations of 2022

The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) is the largest technology fair held annually in Las Vegas, USA, and this year it started on Wednesday (6) and runs until Saturday (8). The event opens space for major technology companies to present their releases.

the cars

BMW has taken advantage of CES 2022 to announce the iX Flow SUV, which offers body color-changing technology, an industry first that promises to revolutionize the market in a few years. According to the automaker, this was made possible by E Ink technology installed in the SUV’s housing. This resource contains millions of microcapsules with a diameter equal to the thickness of a human hair. Each of these small capsules contains negatively charged white pigments and positively charged black pigments, which can be changed at the command of the driver.

a John Deere, equipment maker and pioneer in the agricultural sector, introduced his independent tractor. The car has six pairs of cameras and can detect obstacles around it. Additionally, the 8R allows the farmer to make changes to the speed and other vehicle settings. The 8R-related app also displays farmers’ notifications about anomalies, information and videos in real time during all their activities.


a LG It has updated its line of OLED TVs with new options for size and resolution between 4K and 8K. The main new feature of the C2 series is the 42-inch add-on model. The G2 series goes even further with the 83-inch and 97-inch models, the first TV of this size. Both series received a processor update, called Alpha 9 Gen 5, which promises to make the browsing and content playback experience more responsive.

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Samsung introduced an update on its Neo QLED line and now has panels with a variable refresh rate of up to 144Hz, allowing for more fluidity in video games, raising the bar for this audience until then by offering TVs up to 120Hz.

Sony introduced the first QD-OLED TV, a panel that combines two image technologies that innovate in terms of depth in the dark parts and a high level of brightness in the light parts of the image. The Bravia XR A95K has 4K resolution and will be sold in two sizes: 55 and 65 inches. The TV also has a new processor, the Cognitive Processor XR, with features that improve picture and sound and has exclusive PS5 integration that performs an automatic visual graph to display a more faithful color tone of the game environment.


Lenovo revealed the ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 with the difference that in addition to the 17.3-inch main screen, it also has an additional 8-inch screen placed next to the keyboard for increased productivity. Another novelty is the ThinkPad Z Series, which is an eco-line made of recyclable materials, both notebook and bag packaging and travel case.

ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED: Made entirely of a flexible 17.3-inch touchscreen that folds in half. The model also comes with a physical keyboard with a touchpad that connects via Bluetooth. The company also unveiled the Zenbook 14 OLED, an ultra-thin model that measures 6.9mm thick and weighs 1.39kg with a Pantone-certified HD color display that’s perfect for handling photos.

Source: CNN Brasil, IstoÉ, and Canaltech