Don’t miss TechRepublic’s CES 2021 coverage, which includes product announcements from Lenovo, Samsung, LG, and Dell about PCs, laptops, software, robots, monitors, and TVs.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, CES 2021 is all-digital for the first time ever. The event runs from Monday, January 11 to Thursday, January 14. CES has always been one of the leading tech events each year and, despite being an online-only event in 2021, thousands of products are expected to be announced.
There are six top trends to watch for at CES 2021, according to TechRepublic’s Editor-in-Chief Bill Detwiler, Associate Managing Editor Teena Maddox, and UK Editor-in-Chief Steve Ranger. Several visionary tech and industry leaders are expected to deliver keynote speeches at CES 2021 including Verizon Chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg, General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra, Best Buy CEO Corie Barry, Mastercard CEO Michael Miebach, and more.
TechRepublic will be reporting on all of the CES 2021 tech news that business pros need to know. Keep checking this article for our latest CES 2021 coverage.
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Must-read CES 2021 articles
At CES 2021, Intel announces 50 new processors for business users, gamers, and students
The hardware maker plans to release more than 500 new designs for laptops and desktops in 2021.
Lenovo drops a detachable ThinkPad, a versatile 2-1 laptop, and more at CES 2021
The new offerings include the X1 Titanium Yoga, a 2-in-1 device the company is touting as its thinnest ThinkPad to date.
Our 10 favorite CES 2021 Best of Innovation Honorees
A virus risk indicator, hydropower shower speaker, robot companion, and water bottle that glows when it’s time to drink are among the products that caught our attention.
CES 2021: Targus introduces new products for remote or hybrid work
A new UV-C LED disinfection light, an antimicrobial backpack, a tablet cradle workstation and a universal phone dock are among the work from anywhere solutions at CES 2021.
Best of the best: Our 10 favorite CES 2021 Best of Innovation award winners
From a smart faucet to a robotic harvester to a medical-grade wearable device that can detect early COVID-19 symptoms, this year’s winners proved innovation remains resilient during a pandemic.
Panasonic puts digital transformation tech center stage at CES 2021
Behind the new products and innovations Panasonic showcased at CES 2021 is a digital transformation story of how the company helped its customers quickly adapt to the COVID pandemic.
Fossil fuels interest at CES 2021 with new smartwatch additions to three product lines
New Wear OS by Google smartwatches from Michael Kors, Skagen Denmark, and Fossil offer an array of new features.
CES 2021: Lenovo’s ThinkReality A3 smart glasses offer AR experiences across industries
The AR capabilities allow companies to deploy “customized virtual monitors,” assist with training, and provide video-enabled “remote expert use cases,” according to the company.
CES 2021: New Kohler bathtub brings forest bathing to your bathroom with scent, fog, and mood lighting
Innate Intelligent Toilet and Touchless Bathroom Faucet collection join the company’s smart home product portfolio.
CES 2021: Lenovo unveils Tab P11, IdeaPad 5G, IdeaPad 5i Pro, and more
At CES 2021, Lenovo will introduce a slew of new IdeaPads and the new versatile Tab P11 to assist remote business professionals in the telecommuter age.
CES 2021: Samsung introduces the Galaxy Chromebook 2 with a $550 starting price
Samsung’s new 2-in-1 Galaxy laptop includes a 13.3-inch QLED display and a significantly lower price than the original Galaxy Chromebook last year.
CES 2021: New TV from LG Display reduces blue light exposure
Eyesafe technology blocks portions of the visible blue light spectrum and gives products a Retina Protection Factor.
CES 2021: Dell unveils PCs, laptops, software and monitors for the new normal of work
Collaboration and new work experiences are the driving force behind Dell’s big push into the new portfolio it’s introducing at CES 2021.
LG Display: Your next gaming monitor could have a 48-inch bendable OLED screen that produces sound without speakers
During CES 2021, LG Display will showcase a 48-inch bendable cinematic sound OLED (CSO) display designed to be curved for gaming and flat for TV viewing.
LG Display wants to put a 55-inch transparent TV at the foot of your bed
LG Display will demonstrate novel uses for its transparent OLED screens at CES 2021 with applications for food service, transportation, and smart home.
Germ-killing robot is LG’s latest product: It could help prevent COVID-19 spread in offices
A new autonomous robot outfitted with UV-C lights can disinfect entire rooms in about half an hour, and LG wants it to be a B2B safety solution.