ATLANTA, Jan. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- After decades as a top tech guru on network TV and writing for several prestigious technology magazines, Paul Hochman has established himself as one of the most respected broadcast journalists specializing in technology coverage. Paul gives a sneak preview of 2017 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. CES is where all the newest gadgets and gizmos are first introduced to the public. Hochman has made a career out of simplifying complex technological issues so that the average consumer can understand.
HOT TRENDS AT THE CES THIS YEAR
New TV technology always tops the list, and this year Samsung is revealing its brand new Curved Q8C QLED TV. It features new, advanced Quantum dot technology to deliver the best viewing experience with perfect light and color, incredible depth and striking contrast. The Q8C's gorgeous design has an elegant aesthetic that looks great from every angle with features like a virtually invisible cable and the world's first no-gap wall mount that it blends seamlessly into any home. It features the most intuitive smart TV experience, with the apps you want, and an easy-to navigate interface that you can control from any smartphone. For more information, visit www.Samsung.com
NEW AT CES FOR ENTERTAINMENT AND MUSIC LOVERS
Entertainment and music lovers will be excited about this CES 2017 Innovation Honoree Award winner, Audio-Technica's ATH-DSR9BT wireless over-ear headphones. The ATH-DSR9BT headphones include Pure Digital Drive to keep the Bluetooth audio signal digital from music device to driver, eliminating opportunities for distortion and resulting in better sound and more clarity. Winner of PCMag Readers' Choice Award for Best Overall Headphones in 2015 and 2016, Audio-Technica has been dedicated for over 40 years to producing innovative headphones of the highest quality. The ATH-DSR9BT headphones build on that history, bringing high-end components like its 45 mm True Motion Drivers with diamond-like-carbon-coated diaphragms to the wireless headphone market. For more information, visit www.Audio-Technica.com
THE COOL NEW SMART HOME TECHNOLOGIES BEING INTRODUCED
Here's some new tech that could help homeowners avoid thousands of dollars in water damage. It's the versatile, always-on Delta Leak Detector that identifies unwanted water virtually anywhere. You place it near any potential source of water, connect to your Wi-Fi and should a leak occur, big or small, the detector notifies you on your smartphone. Delta Faucet created this smart, always-on Leak Detector to give you peace of mind in the laundry room, sinks, even attics and more. It monitors for drips or big pools of water and quickly alerts you. Available this fall, you can find more details at www.deltafaucet.com/leakdetection
UNIQUE NEW TECHNOLOGY THAT MIGHT SURPRISE PEOPLE
There are advances in technology across the board, including health care. This is called TempTraq and it is a wearable, wireless temperature monitor and app. TempTraq is the only wearable, wireless temperature monitor in the form of a soft, comfortable patch that continuously senses, records and sends temperature data for up to 24 or 48 hours to mobile devices through the free app. It provides peace of mind for parents and rest for sick children, at home or on-the-go. This FDA-cleared medical device delivers on-the-spot temperature readings in just seconds and sends convenient temperature alerts to mobile devices, eliminating the need to continually wake or disturb a sick or sleeping child. Technology really is improving every aspect of our lives. For more information, visit www.TempTraq.com
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