Significant Comeback Of Chinese Technology Companies At CES

Chinese businesses are exhibiting at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in record numbers, making up 16% of all exhibitors.

Significant Comeback Of Chinese Technology Companies At CES

Chinese technology companies made a significant comeback at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Many of them are eager to present their 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), big data, and cloud computing technologies at the event, which runs through Sunday.

Chinese businesses are exhibiting at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in record numbers, making up 16% of all exhibitors. They are showcasing a wide range of ground-breaking and disruptive goods and services.

According to statistics provided by the CES organiser, there are 480 or more Chinese companies present, including well-known brands like TCL, Lenovo, and Hisense as well as up-and-coming startups.

The product categories include everything from computer software and gaming to electric cars, the metaverse, smart homes, and autonomous driving. They also include digital health and sustainable energy.

180 startups and small-sized businesses from Guangdong province, one of China’s most prosperous regions and a key component of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, are among the lineup of Chinese companies.

By bringing its automotive-grade LiDAR M series and E series sensors to CES, Shenzhen, Guangdong province-based RoboSense joins its South China counterparts.

Chinese businesses at CES typically position themselves as global players, regardless of operational size and development trajectory, and many emphasise the value of and their commitment to ongoing innovation and research.

The 85-inch, 4K, mini-LED QLED TV powered by Hisense’s new ULED X platform was unveiled during a presentation by David Gold, president of TV manufacturer Hisense (USA), on Wednesday during a media preview session. The device has over 20,000 mini-LEDs.

According to Stephan Yao, general manager of Hisense USA, “We are not just about innovating; we are about making technology widely available” for consumers. As a result, Hisense will increase R&D by 5% of its annual revenue.

Hisense was ranked No. 1 in China and No. 2 globally by TV industry analysts in terms of shipment volume in the second quarter of 2022. Because of that hard-fought market position, Hisense was able to secure an official sponsorship of the recently concluded FIFA World Cup in Qatar 2022.

Award-winning Chinese companies were “honoured for outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology products,” according to the CES organiser, after being evaluated by a strict judging panel and competing against counterparts from around the world.

Two awards for innovation in home audio and video components and accessories went to TCL Electronics’ Mini LED 4K TV 75C935 and Mini LED 4K TV 75C835, which received high marks for display, design, and viewer accessibility for home theatre experiences.

TCL’s CEO, Zhang Shaoyong, claimed that with operations in Asia, the United States, Europe, Latin America, and Oceania, as well as sales in more than 80 nations and regions, the company has built a well-rounded supply chain on a global scale.

The goal for computer giant Lenovo is to offer individuals and small-to-medium-sized businesses devices and computing systems in a workplace that is constantly changing. The ThinkPad X1 Fold won the CES Innovation Award in the computer hardware and components category for its use of a 16.3-inch display that can be folded down to a 12-inch notebook’s size.

Lenovo won an award for virtual and augmented reality thanks to its Project Chronos, which uses a camera to record movement and then mimics users’ actual actions.

A number of Chinese-made robotics and smart home products, including the Airly Chair, Snapmaker Artisan 3-in-1 3D printer, and Enabot EBO X family companion robot, outperformed their international competitors and won prizes for the use of connectivity and artificial intelligence technologies.