CES 2021

Watch TCL’s rollable OLED phone and scroll-like tablet for CES 2021

Watch TCL’s rollable OLED phone and scroll-like tablet for CES 2021

TCL isn't just bringing its affordable 20 Series Android smartphones to CES 2021, it's also previewing two new rollable OLED panels which promise to be a whole lot more interesting. A 6.7-inch AMOLED rollable display and a 17-inch printed OLED scrolling display could make a small smartphone that opens out into a phablet, TCL says, or even a huge tablet that rolls out from a much smaller device.

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TCL Wearable Display puts a 1080p OLED display in your sunglasses

TCL Wearable Display puts a 1080p OLED display in your sunglasses

TCL plans to launch the TCL Wearable Display this year, a high-tech pair of sunglasses that also work as a virtual TV for private viewing. The company - better known for its full-sized TVs and its range of smartphones - previewed the idea at CES last year with Project Archery, though now the concept is graduating to a full commercial product.

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Fossil Gen 5 LTE smartwatch line revealed (for Verizon)

Fossil Gen 5 LTE smartwatch line revealed (for Verizon)

This week the folks at Fossil revealed a new set of smartwatches aimed at simplicity, beauty, and functionality. It would appear that at this point in the history of the smartwatch, Fossil's realized that their best bet at taking on the titan that is Apple and its Apple Watch is making a solid, reliable experience that doesn't break the bank. With that in mind, they've revealed the Fossil Gen 5 LTE smartwatch.

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HyperX Alloy Origins 60 delivers clicky compact keyboard for $100

HyperX Alloy Origins 60 delivers clicky compact keyboard for $100

The folks at HyperX revealed a new 60-percent mechanical gaming keyboard this week at CES 2021. This new keyboard is sleek, extremely colorful, and includes keycaps with symbols on more than one side. This HyperX Alloy Origins 60 model works its wonders with a function button.

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TCL TV in 2021 – OD ZERO mini-LED, new 85″ TVs and 6 Series 8K

TCL TV in 2021 – OD ZERO mini-LED, new 85″ TVs and 6 Series 8K

TCL has revealed its 2021 TV line-up at CES, the new TCL XL Collection boosting screen sizes and the promise of third-generation mini-LED technology launching later in the year. In addition to even bigger models from TCL than we've seen so far - including up to 85-inches - there'll also be a new TCL 6 Series of more affordable versions.

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TCL 20 Series revealed – TCL 20 5G promises even more affordable 5G

TCL 20 Series revealed – TCL 20 5G promises even more affordable 5G

TCL has revealed a new, even more affordable smartphone range, with the TCL 20 Series promising Android and even 5G in some cases, with US pricing expected to land at under $300. The 20 Series follow CES 2020's 10 Series, which marked the first time that TCL put its own branding on its devices.

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TCL NXTPAPER blends LCD and frugal e-paper for an unusual Android tablet

TCL NXTPAPER blends LCD and frugal e-paper for an unusual Android tablet

TCL has a new tablet for CES 2021, but while Android iPad rivals aren't exactly uncommon, the TCL NXTPAPER does something Apple's slate doesn't. It's based on TCL's NXTPAPER technology, a transflective IPS panel that promises the best of both e-ink screens and LCD panels for something that's easier on the eyes and on battery life.

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BMW next-gen iDrive preview sees iX e-SUV buck a controversial car tech trend

BMW next-gen iDrive preview sees iX e-SUV buck a controversial car tech trend

Get ready for some more huge dashboard displays, with BMW teasing its upcoming iDrive system at CES 2021 today. Set to be fully unveiled later in the year - and arrive first in the BMW iX all-electric SUV in early 2022 - the new infotainment system won't just see the screens get bigger but, the automaker promises, more flexible and automated too. However, unlike some rivals, BMW isn't turning to the touchscreen for everything.

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LG’s 2021 OLED TVs boost brightness and make a play for gamers

LG’s 2021 OLED TVs boost brightness and make a play for gamers

LG today announced a new lineup of OLED TVs for 2021, and if you've run into problems with OLED brightness in the past, these new displays could be worth a look. In the new G1 series at least, LG says that it's shipping a new type of panel called OLED evo, which it describes as "the next step in the evolution of OLED TV technology." Essentially, it seems that OLED evo cranks up the brightness on these OLED panels, which in the past has been a problem area for them.

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OnePlus Band is a super-affordable Fitbit rival

OnePlus Band is a super-affordable Fitbit rival

OnePlus' first wearable has long been rumored, and now we're finally seeing what the company known for its affordable but feature-packed smartphones has in mind. The OnePlus Band isn't so much a smartwatch alternative as something to replace your Fitbit, with health-focused features and some aggressive pricing.

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LG Rollable phone teased – and we already want it

LG Rollable phone teased – and we already want it

LG has teased its first rollable smartphone, giving a brief glimpse of the new form-factor during the company's big CES 2021 keynote today. While the phone-maker has been flirting with some more unusual designs for devices in response to handsets like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, it's also been working on an even more eye-catching design.

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Kingston Workflow Station is a modular dock for serious content creators

Kingston Workflow Station is a modular dock for serious content creators

If there's one thing that always seems to hold true, no matter how powerful and portable laptops become, it's that there are never quite enough ports when you need them. Kingston is aiming to fix that with its new Workflow Station, debuting at CES 2021 as a modular way to add not only more ports and memory card slots to your PC or Mac, but the right selection for each content creator's needs.

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