CES 2020 was a curious event and somewhat symptomatic of the transitional period we are in as a technology industry. The furor that was built around significant “transformational” announcements at CES of previous years was in direct contrast to 2020’s show that was impacted by a number of external factors. The macroeconomic market, global political challenges, and an uncertain consumer environment around the globe have acted to refocus the industry’s attention away from “what could be done” to “what should be done.”

In the context of this confusing, ever-changing technology space, several ABI Research analysts provided various perspectives on their experiences and discoveries at CES 2020. You can find them all in our whitepaper, 33 Key Takeaways from CES 2020, which offers insights into:

  • Video & Cloud Services
  • Augmented & Virtual Reality
  • M2M, IoT & IoE
  • Smart Home
  • 5G Devices, Smartphones & Wearables
  • 5G Markets
  • AI & Machine Learning
  • Smart Mobility & Automotive
33 Key Takeaways From CES 2020