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CE Today 12/7/23: News from Hisense, Garmin, and reMarkable

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Hisense to Unveil New Display Technology at CES 2024

Hisense is set to unveil the future of display technology at CES 2024. Under the theme “See. Connect. Experience.,” the Hisense media event will commence on January 8, 2024, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. Promising groundbreaking innovations, Hisense aims to redefine the interaction with screens through a range of revolutionary products, including Laser TVs and cutting-edge ULED TVs.

Attendees can expect stunning visuals, unparalleled clarity, and seamless connectivity, transforming living spaces into cinematic havens. With a commitment to shaping the future of display technology, Hisense, led by President David Gold, will showcase scenarios that enhance consumers’ lives, from dynamic visual experiences in cars to immersive classrooms. CES attendees are encouraged to visit the Hisense exhibit at the Las Vegas Convention Center from January 9-12, 2024, to witness the company’s vision for the future.

Garmin Unveils Tacx NEO 3M

Garmin has unveiled the Tacx NEO 3M, its latest direct-drive smart trainer designed to elevate indoor cycling performance. Boasting integrated motion plates for multidirectional movement, the Tacx NEO 3M offers cyclists a more realistic and comfortable riding experience. The trainer incorporates an innovative electromagnetic motor braking system, creating a virtual flywheel that mimics various road surfaces and inclines. The device seamlessly integrates with the Tacx Training app, allowing users to sync workouts from Garmin Connect, participate in virtual GroupRides, and engage in training sessions with WorldTour professionals.

The Tacx NEO 3M ensures accuracy in performance metrics, including power, speed, and cadence, with a stability of up to 2,200 watts during sprints. Additional features include simulated inclines of up to 25%, dynamic inertia, ERG mode for automatic power adjustments, and an aesthetically designed, quiet operation. The product comes with a preinstalled 11-speed cassette, a three-month premium subscription to the Tacx Training app, and is priced at $1,999.99. Cyclists can enhance their indoor training experience with the Tacx Training app, accessing diverse workouts, high-quality videos, and global riding opportunities. The Tacx NEO 3M is now available for purchase.

Philip S. Hess Appointed as CEO of reMarkable

Philip S. Hess, a seasoned consumer technology leader renowned for his 24-year tenure at Bose, where he served as president and CEO, has been appointed as the new CEO of reMarkable, the pioneering paper tablet innovator. The announcement, effective January 1, 2024, follows a global recruitment effort led by reMarkable’s board of directors and founder Magnus Haug Wanberg.

Founder/executive chairman of reMarkable, Magnus Haug Wanberg next to reMarkable CEO, Philip S. Hess.

Hess, who played a pivotal role in transforming Bose and steering it into new ventures, brings a wealth of experience in building and scaling teams, products, and brands. As the former chief operating officer of Signifier Medical Technologies, he has contributed to revolutionizing the sleep market with innovative medical devices. Expressing his excitement about joining reMarkable, Hess looks forward to pushing the boundaries in the technology market to enhance focus in a world full of distractions. Wanberg is confident that Hess’s expertise positions him as the ideal leader to bring reMarkable’s aspirations to fruition as the company expands globally and solidifies its presence in retail stores.