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Intel keynote 6:30PM
>Internet of Things
>DID I MENTION CARS?
Cloud based navigation?
Are we witnessing the ability of hackers or SJW governments to drive our cars into walls while we're masturbating on our commute?
I would rather just have a car that I control, desu desu.
LG announced they will have 8 models released this year.
Also Lenovo is coming out with the first laptop with one:
REAL-TIME 4K INFOTAINMENT /g/.
HOPE YOU GOT SOME OF THOSE SPECIAL WINTER GLOVES.
>snab dargon th-thank you
why can't they pick someone who can speak?
>yfw you realize volkswagen is paying top dollars to be at ces and try to restore its name reputation after dieselgate
>and so its competitors are obliged to interject for a moment and show their faces
>possibly volkswagen is also paying to justify this car industry intrusion into an event which traditionally only hosts cool gadgets manufacturers for the normies of tomorrow
>yfw you realize CES now stands for Cars Electronics Show
But it's the way of the future
If you are playing CES Bingo, it's time to cross out another box.
OH SHIT GUYS
>mfw this was 3 FUCKING YEARS AGO
The fact that you somehow think that makes the situation any better worries me. The smarter 50% are not going to be able to do about the people who can't point out canada on a map you are regularly driving past your car at a combined speed of 140mph with a clearance of not much more than a foot.
Am I the only person that thought N64 Rumble Pack on steroids?
>5 or 8 MP Camera
>4 consecutive Selfies w/1 Gesture
>8 to 16GB Storage
>2.21 Amp Battery
>tfw oled screen technology finds first adaption in laptops rather than monitors
left is ips, right is oled..
At least one /g/ user will buy this.
i think it's more about the angle which the picture is shot.. now that you mention it, the left one might even be a TN panel
non the less, contrasts are infinite on oled and the response rate is belo 0.1ms either way
They are a kit of pads you put under the legs of your furniture with integrated motors that will independently move your seat up and down as well as side by side to work with VR.
>Drone you just chuck and it auto-stabilizes
>Touch-screen enabled Washer/Dryer Combination Unit for less than the space and cost of 2 discrete units
I could see this thing being a hit with small apartments that can't fit those tall tower combo units .
It was the only game of Rugby I've seen in years that was exciting to Watch..
The Welsh team went to shit around 2007.
France is a joke since the same time.
Italy is Italy.
England can't into not forward passing.
Scotland are decent of late, as are the Republic of Ireland. Still not enjoyable to watch them play though.
And whatever the fuck happened to "Crouch, Touch, Engage" why did they have to change that? Some SJW shiteater complain?
I wonder how many washers are gonna end up on the landfill because of the electronics failing.
I believe "smart" devices will have a shorter lifespan than the ones which are built using electromechanical parts.
Only problem I've ever had with my 190 was the belt had rotted. Which is going to happen on every car that age anyway.
Then again, previous owners of this one was an elder couple who were looking to get something easier to park and get in/out of. So the engine hadn't been thrashed like it is on most you see Boy Racers going around in.
Oled is better than ips for consumer tech. It may not have correct color reproduction, but picture simply looks better especially movies, pictures etc, the black reproduction (or the lack of it) is g-d tier.
Batteries are just as retarded. They don't last very long, and cost a shitton to be replaced.
This is just my opinion, but if petrol ever will go away, it should be replaced by ethanol.
So they don't have to completely refit their production lines in order to make the engines. Just swap out pieces here and there, and bang, hydrogen engines on the roll.
Whereas batteries are expensive to buy in considering the quantities needed.
A combination of Japanese Pride/Face Saving + Sunk Cost Fallacy. They've already invested boatloads of money and engineering time into the tech and they don't want to admit they picked wrong and Tesla picked pride.
How good is long term reliability in electric cars?
If batteries have a limited number of cycles, doesn't that mean that an electric car will become a useless brick within 10 years unless you pay out the ass for new batteries?
because to the consumer "smart" means the device is smart so you don't have to be, that makes people comfortable and makes corporations or any entity wanting to control you salivate.
I remember years ago Musk pointed out that perfect hydrogen fuel cells have lower energy density than lithium batteries had then, and lithium batteries are improving all the time. And this was the reason they didn't go with fuel cells.
I felt that was pretty damning.
>They don't last very long, and cost a shitton to be replaced.
Better than needing hydrogen stations built everywhere before anyone can practically use a hydrogen powered car
What's the point if no one buys them?
>batteries tech is not good enough (for cars) and I dont think it will ever be.
The success and critical acclaim of the Model S seems to suggest otherwise.
makes most sense.
Also, some of the shit I've seen with that hydrogen technology is that if you live somewhere remote where you could get snowed in or some shit and the power goes out, you can actually power your house from the car.
You could have like symbiotic hybrid electric/hydrogen car that you can charge from your house on normal days and do the opposite in times of trouble or disaster. Actually pretty nice.
The Model 3, the next-gen Nissan Leaf, and to a less extent the GM Bolt will change that.
>you can actually power your house from the car.
or you can buy a gas generator. And then the power in the house doesn't go out when you need the car.
Also, if you live remotely, a hydrogen car is the last thing you'll want because you'll be waiting a long time for a filling station to get built.
i wonder what the resale value will be like in 10 years when the batteries are fried and the batteries are so expensive to replace you might as well buy a new car
CA already has Hydrogen Fuel Station, and has for several years now. Use that as an example of how sales are.
Ofcourse, what Toyota would then require is Hydrogen being a common fuel. Not everyone is going to make their own at home.
True I guess. I'm not trying to sell you the thing, just saw that it was an interesting view on the future. Maybe once were all off the central grid, doing micro-generation of power and stuff.
Remember when E85 ethanol was the new hotness?
That was over 10 years ago.
An E85 ethanol station just opened up near my house, this was last month.
Hydrogen is never going to catch on.
A fair few in the cities apparently.
I know that here in the UK, you can get a Hydrogen Tank built at your home, and have a tanker deliver hydrogen.
TACTICAL ESPIONAGE ACTION?
That's not true and you know it. LG also owns several provinces.
The benefit of Hydrogen I'd say is more about altering an existing infrastructure to accommodate it rather than destroy an infrastructure and build more pylons.
Of course, electric cars powered by petrol/diesel generators are still the most efficient.
Can you explain that? How many days of the year do you travel +400km? Those are the only days you need to visit a super charger. Otherwise it charges overnight. You never need to visit a filling station like with ICE cars, which is a pretty big deal once you are used to it.
It charges 50% in 30 minutes at a super charger.
>it leverages indigent video to connect people
>Charges all your electronics
>Self-locks when you leave and opens when you come back
>internet of things
any other new and hot CES memes?
>INTERNET OF THINGS ECOSYSTEM
They already do.
Apparel, chemicals, consumer electronics, electronic components, medical equipment, semiconductors, ships, telecommunications equipment
Advertising, construction, entertainment, financial services, hospitality, information and communications technology, medical and health care services, retail, shipbuilding
Samsung actually runs Worst Korea.
What is the internet of things?
I am really fucking curious. I keep hearing this shit like its at all meaningful, but I just imagine a label for internet connected refrigerators or some other stupid shit like that which doesn't need to be connected.
>Joe "The Curve" Stanziano
Let us all remember this day
The idea is to eventually have all of your appliances and car on one personal network that will automatically turn on/off based on your location and programmed routine and controllable via your internet connection.
That's the idea. The reality is a clusterfuck of internet connected appliances from every manufacturer in a fragmented ecosystem.
IT DOESN'T JUST WERK. YET.
They obviously aren't targeting the basement dwellers on /g/
So what happens in 10 years when your TV's smart features become outdated and there's no firmware updates to fix youtube/netflix/etc when they break all their old APIs?
ASSUMING DIRECT CONTROL. This sounds like an excellent shilling HUD to consumers.
Thank God TWC got ate by Charter instead of Comcast.
You get a Chinese android stick.
ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY INCHES.
WIDER DEEPER SINK BUILT INTO YOUR WASHER.
WASHERS ALSO NOW HAVE A PAUSE BUTTON.
PREHEAT YOUR OVEN FROM THE HIGHWAY.
TURN ON THE OVEN RANGE FROM HUNDREDS OF MILS AWAY.
IT'S AN ARSON AND INSURANCE FRAUDSTER'S DREAM COME TRUE.
Giant tablet glued to your fridge!
WHAT DO YOU MEANT YOU DIDN'T ASK OR WANT IT?
YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU WANT OR NEED.
SAMSUNG KNOWS WHAT'S BEST FOR YOU AND YOU WILL LIKE IT.
I hope that shit won't end up like smart TVs. Non-smart TVs are pretty rare now unless you want a bottom tier screen. In 10 years it'll be impossible to find a refrigerator that doesn't have a tablet on it. The tablet will be preloaded with the Amazon app, so you can order food whenever you open your fridge and find that there's nothing in it.
>internet of things
>preheat your oven from hundreds of miles away
>send snapshots of your eating habits to the botnet
>CONSUMERISM CONSUME CONSUNMERS
this wasn't the future i was promised
By regular fridges, do you mean vertical door models with no extra features, or those ancient horizontal door models that are always hidden away in the back of the store and cost less than half the price of all the other models?
A smartwatch with expensive looking metals.
Truly, this is the future
>He doesn't want a self driving fridge that brings you a beer
>Some hero make a retro company that make old fashioned TV, fridges and mouses with balls
>Assassinated by the google deep learned enforcers
>Smart war begins leading to the destruction of the botnet
>internet of things become the 21st century Auschwitz
>Thinnest & Lightest Hybrid
Yes, I can get behind this.
It looks like they tried to style it from this Seiko
[ ] Not happening
>"one of the thinner laptops you can get"
>6. fucking 3 mm
>thinner than ipad pro
>better than ipad pro
>WAY thinner than macbook air
the fucking verge man
i hate them so much, and im a macfag
It's going to be worse.
>Shitty new a mount cam
>Shitty new action cam
>Rehash of crappy TV's
>Things Samsung did last year
>Another shitty iterative watch
>VR because everyone else is doing it hey
>We making new sound system for Ford, please check out :)
>We on our road to recovery as well because Apple buy our image sensor, also that last James bond film was awesome haha.
>Kando o washita desuka
Look at all those light strips...
My fridge has 2 light bulbs. INCANDESCENT BULBS.
>Standing wine bottle not on the door
>Everything so far apart
Why? You can fit everything in that fridge on 2 shelves at most. If they weren't cut away.
Clearly, they have no idea how real people use fridges.
In a 4-person household, a typical fridge will be absolutely cramed wall to wall with food and 3-day old leftovers.
Maybe this is designed for the kind of person who unironically goes to the store every day to buy the ingredients for dinner instead of buying staples in bulk?
It's true. There must have been a huge demand for people wanting to control fridges from phones.
But the main showpiece was apparently the placement of internal shelving.
There IS no demand.
They're desperately trying to create lots of new market segment and only time will tell if they are successful or not.
nobody really needed these
nobody really needs these
Smart TVs weren't even successful, they were literally forced onto people, and now you can't buy a decent panel without buying a smart TV.
>nobody really needs these
Damn, my Vu+ Solo 4K supports only up to 8 satellite signals.
>64 GB Storage
>Creates it owns private WiFi Cloud
I'm sure this will feel be secure.
>Advertising Zero Rated Apps which violate Net Neutrality
Why the fuck do all these companies treat this like a presentation to a board of directors?
>consumer market share of consumer new generation future consumer-oriented ecosystem integration for maximum consumer pain-point reduction
>If you stream using our special paid service it won't count against your provider's data cap
I hope the FCC bitch slaps the both of them hard.