Time to break down all the TV news from CES 2022. Samsung, LG, Sony, and TCL all had new sets but was it a revolutionary or evolutionary year?
CES 2022 is a combination of in-person and virtual events, but we’re all over this year’s news. Watch this space for highlights from the show, including our favorite media, gaming, and connected home news.
At CES 2022, Samsung announces the Home Connectivity Alliance—a new smart home industry group— as everyone scratches their collective heads.
The Cloud Alpha Wireless headset from HyperX looks to retain the company's renowned sound quality and comfort but adds 300 hours of playback.
Sony shared more details and the official name of the PlayStation VR2.
Abode has announced new WiFi-based color smart bulbs, available today for under $30.
LG had almost no TV news at CES so they spent their time announcing a gaming monitor, laptop, and soundbar under the UltraGear name.
Sony surprised us by being the first company to announce a QD-OLED TV at CES 2022.
At CES 2022, Moen has introduced a new smart faucet that adjusts temperature by gestures—and comes without a handle.