The noiseiest premieres of CES 2020

2020-01-07 11:30:00
At the largest electronics trade fair in the world could not take place without newest releases from the giants of the industry, setting trends for the coming years. Here are in our opinion some of the most important presentations this year:

AMD – The Ryzen 4000 Series mobile processor, the world's first 7nm laptop processor.
Bosch – Vivascope, a smart device that creates digital microscopic images of cells and analyzes them using AI.
Continental Automotive – Natural 3D Centerstack display, offering drivers a 3D experience without the need for special glasses.
Hyundai – Showcased a model of the S-A1, an electrically powered “personal air vehicle” capable of carrying up to four passengers.
Impossible Foods – Introduced two new plant-based meat substitutes, Impossible Pork and Impossible Sausage.
Intel Corporation – Announced Tiger Lake, the latest chip in the Intel Core mobile processor family.
Qualcomm – Debuted the Snapdragon Ride autonomous-driving platform.
Sony – Unveiled the Vision S electric concept car featuring 33 different sensors and a newly-designed EV platform.
Toyota – Showcased Woven City, its “prototype city of the future” where it can test autonomous vehicles, innovative street design, smart home technology, robotics, and new mobility products.
Valeo – Unveiled its autonomous, electric delivery droid prototype, Valeo eDeliver4U.