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January 13, 2017
By Luis Tierrafría

CES 2017 The New Technology of the Year

Discover what awaits us this year in the world of technology.

CES 2017 The New Technology of the Year

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The main technological giants made a step with regard to strategic communication and showed their best products, what is coming this year in the CES 2017 which will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, an event with already 50 years since its first edition.

Today I will speak to you about the products that caught my attention the most.

Notebook Computers

One of the interesting laptops that they presented was the Project Valerie de Razer, with three screens of 17.3 inches and a resolution of 4k, with a Nvidia GTX 1080 graphic card and the latest generation i7 processor which promises a complete immersion in any game and the desire of any gamer.

Although, all of these characteristics have their counterpart, since its weight will be more in comparison with similar laptops and its autonomy will be reduced.

Autonomous cars

Faraday Future is a company that promises to surpass Teslca with its autonomous cars and in CES it presented its model FF91, which at first sight surpasses its main competitor, offering autonomy of 700 hours in front of the 613 of the Telsa S.

It has a motor that reaches from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.39s in comparison with the 2.7 of the Telsa S.

According to the words of Richard Kim, chief of design, “Our intelligent car will learn from you. He will recognize you, to start with, but he will also know how you want the seat or where you usually go, if there is good weather, including if you are tired. “

It seems that Farday promises the car of the future and although its price is not yet defined, there is a deposit of 5,000 dollars to be able to be on the list of purchase that will start in March and the first ones will be delivered in 2019.


Xiamoi presented its television Mi Tv 4, a modular television with an ultra-thin minimalistic and elegant design with 4.9 millimeters of thickness.

The greatest of its advantages is the possibility to update its components, whether it is the sound system, mother board, or processor. Three models of 49, 55, and 65 inches will be sold.

The complicated part will be being able to buy in Mexico, since it is only possible to import it with a Price of 2000 plus transport and customs costs for the 65 inch model.

Augmented Reality

Intel Alloy Project

Intel enters the VR competition presenting a viewfinder with a camera, battery, and screen included, for which it won’t be necessary to have a connection to a computer or smart phone to be able to use it. This allows the use of the merged reality, where the real with virtual reality will be combined, something that is very interesting for app development and video game development.

It will be launched in the market at the end of the year and the price is not yet known.

Intelligent Gadgets

Kuri, the assistant robot for your home, counts on a capacity to learn to play with your children and watch your house; it has a WIFI connection and Bluetooth, a camera with a 1080p resolution, half a meter of height, 6 kilos of weight, and a friendly design. It was developed by Mayfield Robotics.

Kuri can go learning how to read a story, your favorite songs, or be configured to work with different household appliances, and can send you videos of your pet. With a battery life of 3 hours, Kuri, when it detects that there is little battery left can charge itself in its base on its own, and counts on an application for iOS and Android.

Luis Tierrafría is a programmer in Mijo! Brands, a leading creative agency in CDMX and Puerto Vallarta. Visit us at or contact us.


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