Our very own Lawrence Devoe offers you highlights on his trip to that annual cathedral of technology, the 2017 CES.
Once again, the International Consumer Electronics Show proves to be the greatest audio-video exhibition on the planet, as attested by its more than 170,00 attendees.
The 2015 International CES took over Sin City with a record number of attendees and exhibitors and a plethora of A/V products both big and small with something for everyone of all ages and bank accounts.
The 2014 CES was awash with Ultra HD and OLED displays and an extensive line up of expensive (and great looking and sounding) audio gear.
XPAND 3D is introducing what they are calling “the world’s first fully automated 3D Ecosystem”
McIntosh, longtime high-end audio and video equipment brand, has lifted the curtain on the company’s latest home theatre offerings at this year’s International CES
The 2011 International CES brought 130,000 to Las Vegas to see the newest and best in video and audio products for the coming year. The enthusiasm of the exhibitors and attendees was justified by some significant technological advances and wonderful sights and sounds.
At a special directors’ panel held at the Fox booth during the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week, award-winning directors Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge!, Romeo+Juliet) Michael Mann (Miami Vice; The Last of the Mohicans) and Oliver Stone (JFK; Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps) discussed the strengths of the Blu-ray format
Sony unleashed a horde of Blu-ray Disc players on the world at this week’s International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), supporting all the latest in streaming internet services and playback of their very own SACD format.
Cambridge Audio has revealed a new 3D-compatible Universal Blu-ray Disc player this week in Las Vegas featuring almost universal disc compatibility…