CES 2018: Look to the Processor, not the Display, for TV Picture Improvements

Samsung, LG, Panasonic, and TCL look to better processors and AI to move TV tech forward in 2018 Photo: Steve Marcus/Reuters CES press day, the day before the opening of the gargantuan consumer electronics show in Las Vegas, is traditionally anchored by the “big” consumer electronics manufacturers. The names change, but these days, that list includes Korea’s LG and Samsung, and Japan’s Panasonic, with China’s TCL waving its flag as well. (The big names used to be U.S.-based RCA and Zenith… but I’m showing my age here.) These flashy presentations typically focus on the television display. Inevitably, manufacturers would unveil a new display or two, claiming they were the biggest, thinnest, prettiest, or most colorful—or all of the above. Not this year. If you were dropping into your first CES from another planet, you might not actually realize from the announcements at CES press day that TVs have screens. Instead, the manufacturers Continue reading CES 2018: Look to the Processor, not the Display, for TV Picture Improvements

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