What to expect from TVs in 2021
CES 2021 is going to be a very different affair this year, as the crowded convention halls of Las Vegas are replaced with an all-digital online experience. But one thing will not change: CS is a major event for the TV industry, and the announcements made there will set the tone for the TV landscape all year long.
Between January 11th and January 14th of 2021 companies large and small will be hosting livestreams and virtual panels, and major manufacturers like LG, Samsung, and Sony will be holding press events to announce their new TV lineups.
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