While watching 3D TVs, CES was morphed into an auto show
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Expecting at CES 2019
We're not quite finished smearing the glitter from our New Year's Day celebrations, but it's time to once again draw attention to the second major event in January: Consumer Electronics Show (CES). From smart homes to the largest big screen TVs, here is a short sneak on what we expect from this year's show.
Apple knows annual age iPhone upgrades are over
Every year when Engadget is considering a new iPhone, we note that Apple's silicone offers far more power than most users need. The good news is that a few years later, these chips are still enough for most people. And, given how the pace of other smartphone hardware innovations has slowed in recent years, there's less reason to ever upgrade every time a new iPhone comes.
Nintendo's Switch NES game pads are an unnecessary blast from the past
Switch NES controls look just like the original, with the same blocked corners, plastic-solid construction and concave buttons that keep your fingers perfectly straight. They even charge by pushing the console while it is docked, although playing is a wireless only affair. But at $ 60 they are an expensive add-on for controllers who are only meant to play emulated NES titles available through the new online service.
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