Xinhua News Agency writers Tan Jingjing and Huang Heng

Xinhua News Agency, Las Vegas, USA, January 11. At the upcoming 2024 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Chinese companies will debut with a series of new technology products and solutions, attracting global attention.

The show, held in Las Vegas, USA, from Tuesday to Friday, attracted more than 130,000 attendees and more than 4,000 exhibitors from more than 150 countries and regions, including more than 1,200 start-ups.

More than 1,000 Chinese companies from various categories in the consumer electronics industry participated in the exhibition, including well-known brands such as Lenovo, BOE, Hisense, and TCL, as well as robotics companies such as Dreame and Yarbo, and electric vehicle (EV) companies including U Power and AIMA.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) takes center stage at CES 2024. Lenovo has launched a full range of more than 40 new devices and solutions powered by AI, further advancing the company's "AI for All" vision.

The announcements include new AI personal computer (PC) innovations across Lenovo's range of PC brands, delivering unprecedented personalized computing experiences to consumers and businesses.

Lenovo Chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing said in an interview with Xinhua News Agency: "2024 will be the year when artificial intelligence is fully implemented, which will unleash creativity and productivity and bring a new wave of changes and opportunities to artificial intelligence PCs."

Hisense, China's leading TV manufacturer, released its 2024 ULED and ULED X product lineup at the exhibition, opening a new era of LED TV entertainment and expectations.

The latest product lineup includes the CES Innovation Award-winning Mini LED TV 110 UX, which features industry-leading display accuracy and performance, and the 98UX, which displays extraordinary picture quality and realism across the board on a large 98-inch screen.

TCL showcased its portfolio of leading innovative technologies across multiple categories at the tech show, including the world's largest QD-Mini LED TV and one of the industry's first smart connected mobile device entertainment solutions.

Chinese electric vehicle companies gained a foothold at the show, showcasing their latest products and cutting-edge technologies.

U POWER, a Chinese smart electric vehicle technology company, debuted at CES 2024 with its UP Super Board, a skateboard chassis that serves as a vehicle basis for automakers to accelerate the development of electric vehicles.

The company's first pure electric truck UP VAN based on this platform was also displayed at the exhibition, attracting many visitors.

Emma, one of China's largest electric bicycle manufacturers, also made its first appearance at CES this year, showcasing its diverse products, including its new electric moped HYHAWK and pedal-assist bicycle models.

emoped-HYHAWK's straddle design blends the stance and comfort of a cruiser and can be equipped with a sonic simulator to imitate the roar of a motorcycle engine, in line with young riders' desire for freedom and control.

China's innovations in the fields of electric vehicles and electric bicycles have also won recognition from global peers.

“I see a lot of the latest technology coming from China in the e-scooter and e-bike industry. Without Chinese innovation, we wouldn’t have gone so far in Germany because a lot of our technology and cooperation with international companies are in Established in China," Yassine El Hajji, marketing manager of German electric scooter company Trittbrett, told Xinhua at the auto show.

He pointed out that China is strong in the field of electric vehicles and always keeps up with future designs and technologies.

Xpeng Airlines, a flying car company based in China's Guangdong Province, showcased its revolutionary "land aircraft carrier" modular flying car at the show.

This unique aircraft features a two-part design that seamlessly switches between ground and air modes. The air module facilitates vertical takeoff for low-altitude flights, while the ground module cleverly wraps the air module to facilitate ground transportation.

The flying car located in the center of the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center attracted many exhibitors and visitors.

There were also many Chinese robots at the show, ranging from service robots and child companion robots to snow blowers and yard cleaners.

Chinese garden robotics company Yabo showcased its AI-enhanced multi-purpose smart garden robot. The yard robot works with its modules and is designed to handle a variety of yard care needs such as snow removal, lawn mowing, leaf blowing, security patrols and universal trailer hitches.

Hot topics at CES 2024 include artificial intelligence, mobility, sustainability and innovation solving some of the world’s biggest challenges. A series of panel discussions were held during the show to address the opportunities and challenges of new technologies.