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Digitimes Research: HDR apparent at CES 2016
Tom Lo, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Tuesday 19 January 2016]

HDR has the most noticeable push forward from vendors in terms of TV technology at CES 2016 in addition to 8K prototypes, according to Digitimes Research.

Additionally, car connectivity, virtual reality and IoT concepts were also highly pushed more compared with 2015 when 4K TVs took the main stage due to their relatively new entrance into the market.

The craze over 4K has slowed down a bit heading into 2016 and vendors have shown interest in pushing other concepts while TV product developments have revovled around value-added products such as HDR. This was also displayed in 8K concepts despite the lack of content in the market.

In addition to TV products, vendors are also expanding their services through increased cooperation with paid TV and OTT prodivders, said Digitimes Research.

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