For a this years Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which theme was “A Passion for Inovation” which we were informed means that they would have been concentrating on products/technology of the future. The majority of what I saw on display was current technology, overall it pretty much seemed focused on technology available today and yesterday than anything else with a touch of real innovation here and there.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) wasn’t much of a CES but more like a Consumer Show due to its lack of real tech presence and tech variety but instead what it had to offer was a repetition of the same type of technologies and in an instance the same store all together. Why would I want to see two to three companies displaying relatively the same technology?
The space that was occupied by these companies displaying such tech as surveillance systems could have been used to display other types of technology, don’t get me wrong I have no problem with the display of various companies which offer the same or relatively the same service but for a venue that small I just don’t think it was needed actually I don’t think it was a wise move period if it was a larger venue where one could have sections for dedicated technologies and then one could go there to see what is being offered in that technology area/field then it would be good but for a venue so small it just didn’t seem like a logical call.
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