Recap of CES: Technology for Hotels

e-marketing associates at CES
Edward Marquez
Edward Marquez
January 18, 2016
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In the world of technology, every beginning of the new year is something to look forward to. Not only is it exciting to see what technological advances can be made in the future but more of what can be done to change the present. CES, also known as the Consumer Electronics Show, is an internationally renowned electronics and technology trade show, attracting major companies and industry professionals worldwide. The annual show is held each January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

While most of the technology is aimed at mass media such as entertainment systems, new upcoming cars, and the latest mobile gadgets, there are pieces of technology here that can be useful for any and everybody. Many advanced features in new TV’s are already up to 4k Resolution and include new applications that can be an alternative to watching live TV and movies.

There are also many things that can be used for everyday purpose. For hotel guests, one of the first things people do after a long day is get to the room and take a shower. They may want to take a shower in that new Hydrao Smart Shower System to sync Bluetooth and manually keep track of water consumption, especially if you’re in a place with a drought such as California. It has its own self-rechargeable battery so you never have to worry about charging it!

After their hot and conservative shower, guests may dry off with the new Panasonic Ion Hair Dryer that will moisturize hair at 2 speeds and 3 different heat settings. No one likes to wait to dry off his or her hair, so you can speed the process by switching to Dual Airflow.

At the end of the day, guests can relax and fall asleep in the new Sleep Number “IT Bed”, which will connect to wireless devices as well as keep track of your sleep cycle.

With the times changing, it is important for hotels to always stay up to date with the current technology. Some of these things can amplify the guests experience at any hotel.

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