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CES CEO Marc Lore, in a press conference at CES 2017 to announce the new device, described the device as a “TV with all the functionality of a TV.”
“The CES TV will connect to the internet, so you can see your favorite content and instantly share it on social media and with friends,” Lore said in a statement.
“The CES Smart TV will be the first home entertainment device to feature smart remote control and a smart remote app.
It will also offer a new way to access the Internet that has never existed before: a single, unified app that will allow you to find and share all your favorite shows and movies, news, and music.
It also offers an entirely new way for you to watch TV.”
The CES-brand Smart TV has a built-in cloud-based “Internet TV” feature, allowing it to sync content and videos to your personal device, while also storing and sharing content from other devices.
It’s the first time this has ever been done in a smart TV, and it will be integrated into the TV’s built-into software.
This will be a big milestone for CES and for the internet in general.
CES is the world’s largest consumer electronics and tech show, and one of the best shows in the history of technology.
It features a lineup of innovative and fun new products, many of which are not available anywhere else.
In the past few years, it has become the world center of innovation, as well as the world capital of technology, where the best products and services come from, and from the brightest minds.
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