Staged for the first time in virtual fashion instead of inside crowded Las Vegas convention halls, CES 2021 was a consumer electronics marketplace unlike any other. Thousands gathered online from all over the world, many of whom might not have been able to make the trip in person. More than 1,900 companies became for the first-time virtual exhibitors, producing on-camera rather than in-person events. as virtual exhibitors. Thinking back over the four-day stretch of video showcases, keynote remarks, press releases and speakers united by Zoom transmissions, anyone looking for insights and intel about the future of television was not disappointed. What follows are hindsight observations and questions.
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