English Subtitles for Best of CES 2017!



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- Hey guys, this is Austin.

And today I'm here with some of the best stuff that I've seen at CES 2017. Also, I have a super cool mic so that means I'm legit. - How's it going? - This is the second year in a row

that I was literally filming the intro to my video and some famous YouTuber walked up behind me. How's it going? (man kissing Austin on cheek) I appreciate the commitment. So before I talk about all the cool things that I saw, what did you see at CES that you actually liked?

You have six seconds, go! - Uh, Project Valerie, uh. - Perfect, thanks. Anyways, so, one of my favorite things I saw at CES this year was Razer Project Valerie.

It is essentially a triple-screen laptop. The base of it is a fairly standard Razer Blade Pro, a cool laptop but it traditionally has a single 17-inch 4K display. Mere child's play when you can actually have three of those 4K displays built in.

The way they fold out is interesting. They had a couple of different prototypes at the booth. With Razer, a lot of the time after you see these sort of projects at CES, before too much longer, they actually ship them. Valerie's an interesting idea

having essentially 12K gaming, a triple-screen 4K setup on a laptop is actually kind of insane. It's also gonna be insanely expensive and probably very hard to drive from a laptop but it's a really cool idea.

- Subscribe to Bitwit. - You probably shouldn't do that. It's a bad idea. I'll leave a link in the description. You guys be the judge but not a good idea. - Nah, you probably

- shouldn't do it. It's bad for your health. - Bad idea. - Continuing on the crazy laptop train, there is the Acer Predator 21 X. This thing is actually insane but the difference is you can buy it

in February for $9,000, no big deal, standard laptop, spare change. Inside you get two GTX 1080s. You get an overclockable Core i7, five drive bays,

two power supplies, and a 21-inch curved display on a laptop. I'm not exactly sure what the audience for a 20-pound $9,000 laptop is but if you want some insane performance,

Acer also has you covered. Completely changing gears on the laptop side, there is the LG Gram 14. Now at first glance, this looks like a way more normal computer. It's made of plastic.

It's got some cool things like you actually have a 14-inch display but the chassis about 13 inch because it's got a small bezel. There's actual ports, a decent keyboard.

What's cool about this is that first of all it's incredibly lightweight. From the Gram name, it's less than a kilogram which for a 14-inch laptop is not bad. More importantly than that,

it has a big 60 watt-hour battery. Yes! Pause! Stop the music! You heard that right. There's a laptop in 2017 that is still

thin and light, and they added battery. Isn't that incredible? Isn't that an amazing idea? Moving away from laptops, one of the absolutely coolest things at CES this year was the LG W7 Wallpaper TV.

Not only was it insanely thin but it's actually flexible. The idea is it's a 4K OLED panel that you attach to your wall with magnets. When you're ready to take it off, you literally just peel it back.

Along side it, LG was also showing off a brand new Atmos soundbar. The idea is that it has top-firing speakers to fire sound off the ceiling to get a full surround experience. The only downside to all of this

is that the actual TV itself costs $8000, so like everything else at CES, it's really expensive. This is really cool! There's a 4K OLED panel that is legitimately flexible that you can just stick on your wall.

All right, so what was your favorite thing you saw at CES? - Well, I really liked the LG room. They had a tunnel full of TVs. That was awesome. - [Austin] Yeah, I think it was like 160

or something like that? - [Boy] They were all 4K and they have a huge galaxy display. It's awesome. - Yes, it was all OLED. Was this your first CES

or have you been before? - My first CES. - What'd you think? - It's awesome. I'm coming again, hopefully, if my dad will take me, yeah. - (laughs) That's the move.

Dad, is he going next year? - [Dad] Yes, he's going next year. - We have video proof now. We have video proof. You're good, man. (laughs)

(lighthearted guitar music) Oh, as you ride off into the sunset. (laughs) Hisense was also showing off a 100-inch laser projector TV thing. The only reason I say it like that

is that while it's an ultra short-throw projector, it actually comes with a dedicated 100-inch screen. You're really meant to only use it with one side. Unlike a traditional projector, you can kind of adjust it, move it back and forth.

It really has to be set up precisely. It has the full sound setup. The cool thing is because it is certified with that display, that means that they can actually say it is going to be HDR compatible. It's full 4K.

While it's pricey because everything at CES is pricey as I keep saying over and over again, it's a cool piece of tech. We're talking about the best of CES. What was your favorite thing that you saw at the show?

- I think my favorite thing was the Xperia Projector. - I didn't see that. What's the deal? - It was a small projector that was probably about like that,

probably sat that far off the ground. Once you turn it on, it has a camera on there. It also projects on the wall or you can have it project on a surface and use it like a tablet as well.

You can also have it project like a gallery wall on the wall if you're not going to use it as like an Android tablet or whatnot or watch videos. You can use it like that and also switch it,

switch it up and do your entertainment on there too. - Dude, that's rad. I wish... Yo Ken can we like go and check this out? Completely outside the realm of stuff that you and I are going to have anytime soon

is the Panasonic window projection. Essentially, from the outside, this looks like any standard window. However, there's a full display built in. For example, if you're at a sporting event and you're looking out the window,

you can have live score, you can pull up player information. You can have all kinds of stuff that is actually projected on the window itself. This one might be a little ways out but it is actually pretty legit.

Something I didn't see a lot of this year at CES were smartphones. However, what did jump out to me was this dual-screen smartphone from Hisense. On the front it has 1080P OLED display. It's an Android smartphone.

It's pretty standard stuff. However, when you flip it around, there's an E-ink display on the back. The idea is that you can have things like notifications show up on the back. The cool part is since it's E-ink,

it even works with the phone off. For example, say your phone dies but you have your boarding pass on the back of the phone, well, no problem, scan it and you're good to go.

There were a lot cameras this year at CES, but what jumped out to me was the Panasonic GH5. The GH series has been really big for a while. The GH4 was really one of the first 4K cameras that didn't cost a ton of money

that was actually decent. The GH5 improves on that. Not only do we get improved 4K recording modes with higher frame rate, and better bit rates, and better color space, but we also get a 6K photo mode

which is kind of video but not proper. There are also other cool things like it's a bigger body with dual SD card slots. You actually have in-built body stabilization.

It's a cool camera. Unfortunately, it's still Micro Four Thirds which is a little bit of a small sensor size for me personally. This is definitely a big upgrade from the previous model. All right, so what was your favorite thing

you saw at CES this year? - To be honest, the drones section. It was a project called Hover Camera. It's basically like a book. You just open it

and it flies automatically. - I think one of the things about drones that really gets me excited is the idea that it's something that can actually be portable, right, because a lot of these drones like the Inspires and the Phantoms,

they're amazing drones-- - but they're huge. - Huge, yeah, you've gotta like carry like a huge carrying case, but the idea of having something small that can track you I think is really cool. - Yeah, exactly.

- Canon also had some pretty crazy cameras in the booth. They had a two megapixel video camera which doesn't sound too impressive until you keep in mind that it's a full-frame camera which means that those pixels are enormous and their low-light performance is insane.

This camera goes up to four million ISO. You literally can see in the dark with it. On the complete other end of the spectrum, they had a 250 megapixel camera. This is more of an engineering prototype so it's not something that you'll be able to buy

anytime soon. What was interesting was it was actually an APS-H sensor which is not even the same size as like a full-frame like 5D or something. However, they pack 250 megapixels on it. Honestly, I'm not totally sure

how useful that's going to be. Most lenses are not sharp enough to resolve that much resolution but it's really interesting the idea of having some crazy, crazy high-resolution cameras coming on the horizon.

Yo! Yo, okay, hang on. All right, all right, I got this, I got this. (funky, bass-thumping beat) Can I outrun it?

Can I outrun it right now? Oh, it's lost, see it's gone. Oh, no, no-no! (funky, bass-thumping beat) Yo, it's ... It's pretty good.

Oh, it's even got the cables. All right. All right, you got me, you got me. This is cool. What is this? - The first autonomous suitcase in the world.

- (laughs) Wait, wait, hold on, hold on, hold on. - It is the first autonomous-- - Autonomous suitcase? - Autonomous, autonomous. - Okay, I got you. - The wheels were tracked so that way it

doesn't like drag on the floor (laugh). - [Austin] Dude, all right, all right, this is cool. So this is a prototype or is this something you could actually buy now? - This is about 80% complete.

We're funded on Indiegogo. We started about two months ago. - You never know what you find at CES or more specifically, you never know what finds you at CES. What was your favorite thing that you saw at the show?

Definitely be sure to let me know in the comments below. If you missed it, I did a video on the super cool BMW Sculpture Interior which you guys can go check out here. Anyway, thank you so much for watching and I will catch on the next one.



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Inside the Future of Cars - BMW CES 2017: https://youtu.be/8jQQ2r7d07I?list=PL02HDVnTgIcpnnRo8PRZDJnxILA2IHIpI
The coolest technology of the year: CES 2017 is here.
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CES brought the big tech to Las Vegas for 2017 including the Panasonic GH5, Razer Project Valerie, Acer Predator 21X, the LG Signature W7 Wallpaper TV and much, much more.

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