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Tech giants take part in online CES

Tech giants, including Chinese firms in the display, computer and microchip industries, are displaying the latest technologies and products during the Consumer Electronics Show. The world’s biggest annual consumer electronics show kicked off on Monday (US time).

It’s the first online-only CES with tech executives and industry experts participating remotely from around the world instead of in Las Vegas.

During CES, home appliance giant Hisense released new 75- and 100-inch laser TV models with artificial intelligence and social media features.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Hisense’s display product sales hit 25 million units in 2020, making it the No. 1 brand in the Chinese market.

Will Semiconductor, a Shanghai-listed image sensor, launched sensors used in cars and home security systems during the CES.

In 2021, smartphone vendors will purchase 855 million high-end image sensors for 40-mega-pixel and above cameras, according to Will officials.

Booming sales of chips and components will boost innovation and make electronics more affordable, according to industry officials.

Nvidia, the world’s biggest computer graphics firm, released new graphic cards for desktops, laptops and an updated list of games supporting its latest ray tracing technologies.

About 1,800 exhibitors are participating in the influential four-day online CES show.


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