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CES 2016: New Dell Latitude laptops, Sony Master Drive 4K LCD TV, world's first Snapdragon 820 smartphone

Laura Barnes
CES 2016: New Dell Latitude laptops, Sony Master Drive 4K LCD TV, world's first Snapdragon 820 smartphone

As the madness of CES continues we roundup all the tech announcements from the last 24 hours.

Dell Latitude business notebook and UltraSharp display
Dell has announced updates to its Latitude family of business-class devices, with new notebooks and 2-in-1s.

In addition, Dell also introduced its first UltraSharp OLED monitor and the world’s first UltraSharp InfinityEdge displays.

Here are all the products and their release dates and prices:
The Latitude 11 5000 Series 2-in-1 (5175) – available from early February 2016, price starting at £569.
The Latitude 12 7000 Series 2-in-1 (7275) – available from early February 2016, price starting at £929.
The Latitude 13 7000 Series Laptop (7370) – available from early March 2016, price will be available at launch.
The Dell Dock and Dell Thunderbolt Dock – available from January 28th 2016, price starting at £179 and £289.
The Dell UltraSharp 30 OLED monitor – available from late June 2016 in the EMEA region, price available at launch.
The Dell UltraSharp 30 OLED monitor – available from late June 2016 in the EMEA region, price available at launch.
The Dell UltraSharp 27 InfinityEdge monitor and Dell UltraSharp 24 InfinityEdge monitor – available in the EMEA region from late February 2016, price starting at £539 and £249 respectively.
The Dell UltraSharp 24 Wireless monitor – available in the EMEA region from mid-April 2016, price will be available at launch.

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Sony Master Drive 4K LCD TV
Sony is showcasing a prototype 4K LCD TV known as Master Drive. It combines the deep blacks of OLED panels with 4,000 nits of peak brightness, exceeding the peak brightness levels of 4K LCD TVs announced to date.

Sony also unveiled a compact tabletop short-throw projector that projects video up to 80 inches from a chassis that fits in the hand, and a cylindrical glass tabletop speaker, and its first LED light bulb with Bluetooth music streaming.

Letv Le Max Pro smartphone
On display at the show is Letv’s line of Le Superphones featuring the noteworthy Le Max Pro, which is the world’s first smartphone to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 and Sense ID – Qualcomm’s ultrasonic fingerprint technology.

Amongst the other products on show by the firm is a 120-inch 3D 4K UHD TV and a Super Bike.

Kingston Digital MobileLite Wireless G3 and Pro
Kingston Digital has announced two additions to its Wireless family with MobileLite Wireless G3 and MobileLite Wireless Pro. The MobileLite Wireless G3 has a 5600mAh battery that can charge smartphones up to two times. It also has a USB port and SD card slot allowing users to access files on a USB Flash drive or SD card on their smartphone or tablet wirelessly.

MobileLite Wireless Pro has all of the same features but also offers 64GB of memory built-in to go along with its 6900mAh battery.

Vuzix iWear video headphones
Vuzix is showing its iWear Wireless Video Headphones at CES 2016. iWear transport the wearer into another dimension through dual HD displays that allows them to play games, interact with apps, and watch 2D, 3D, and 360-degree VR movies all directly streaming from the internet. It runs Android 5.0 and is compatible with thousands of applications.

Kodak Alaris partners with Google’s IoT Weave Platform
Kodak Alaris has announced its partnership with Google’s Weave Platform to simplify document capture. Google will feature the Kodak Scan Station networked scanner, among other web-connected smart home technologies, at this year’s exhibition.

The partnership, taking advantage of Brillo and Weave, the key pillars of Google’s new Internet of Things (IoT) platform, will allow users easier connectivity from across mobile, desktop and cloud computing environments.

Read more CES 2016 product announcements here.

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