Asia's Consumer Electronics Show begins in China, over 200 Tech firms to attend

May 24, 2015: For the next three days, there will be some exciting advancements will be happening in the world of Consumer Electronics as CE Show Asian Edition will be going to start in China's own silicon valley, Shanghai.
Ahead of the show, the German automaker Audi announced that it will team up with Huawei to develop new LTE module for Chinese Audis. And it will get seamless integration of China's leading search engine Baidu's Car Life.

There is some exciting news for attendees too, you'll get a free test ride in Audi's latest electric car Audi R8 e-tron, that too for 8-km on busy roads of Shanghai, but hold on, there's a trick here, the steering will be in autonomous 'piloted drive' mode. 

To win over the huge Chinese market for consumer electronics, more than 200 technology companies from 15 countries around the world will debut their consumer technology innovations at the inagural International CES Asia.

Karen Chupka, Senior VC for CES said: "With large retailers like JD.com participating alongside major brands such as Cadillac, Samsung, Mercedes Benz, LeTV, Twitter, Microsoft Xbox, China Mobile, Audi, Hisense, Intel, Ford, Monster, IBM, Gibson and Voxx, it is impossible to find a show in Asia with this much diversity and innovation on the show floor."

"They wanted Las Vegas here. Right here, people love their technology. There's a huge market for digital devices here in Asia, and of course, Shanghai is the official city of the future," says Gary Shapiro, the president of Consumer Electronics Association at the Audi Keynote.

We'll be covering the entire show, we'll keep you updated with latest happenings as it comes. Stay tune.

Source: CESAsia.com
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