We also been given our first chance to get up close and personal with some of the new products that we've heard about at CES 2015, with hands on reviews of LG's WebOS 2.0 smart TV platform and G Flex 2 smartphone for you to read.
Don't forget to stay tuned to whathifi.com on Wednesday for more news, reviews and products – with highlights from our International News Stage also in the pipeline...
Audeze headphones and DAC/amp
Audeze, the much-loved high-end headphone maker, has introduced a new entry-level set of cans – and they come in the form of the EL-8s, which are a relatively affordable £600. Much cheaper than those £1700 cans, then...
The EL-8s weren't the only new product to emerge from Audeze, with the Deckard DAC/headphone amp also making a debut. We're awaiting confirmation on price and a release date, but we do know it's able to handle 16-bit and 32-bit files.
Bang & Olufsen's BeoSound Moment system
It might prove to be one of the most striking debuts that we'll see at CES 2015, with Bang & Olufsen's BeoSound Moment music system proving – once again – that the Danish company likes to do audio matters a bit differently.
Not only is the design on the unusual side, but one of its key features is its "mood control" abilities. It has a coloured "mood wheel" that chooses music from your collection based on how you're feeling – find out how by reading on...
Chord unveils Hugo TT DAC/headphone amp
It has been exactly one year since the portable Award-winning Hugo DAC/headphone amp made its first outing, and Chord Electronics now returns to CES with the Hugo TT – a better equipped desktop version costing £2995.
The Hugo TT supports up to 32-bit/384kHz and DSD128 audio via coaxial and USB; 24-bit/192kHz over optical; and DSD64 across all inputs. Additional features compared to the original Hugo also include a pair of XLR outputs and larger chassis.
Musaic high-res multi-room system
British hi-fi start-up Musaic has travelled across to CES in Las Vegas to take the wraps off its new high-resolution multi-room music system, which also incorporates smart home features.
The system is claimed to be the first wireless hi-fi system that supports high-resolution audio and the ability to integrate with your smart lighting and home automation hubs and apps.
TCL's 4K Quantum Dot TV
The mainstream TV manufacturers have all lined up at CES 2015 to share details of their line-ups for 2015, but one name you might not be familiar with is TCL. That situation looks set to change for the Chinese manufacturer.
After launching its 55in 4K Quantum Dot TV H9700 in China not so long ago, the company has used CES 2015 to confirm that "targeted overseas markets" including Europe and Asia Pacific can expect to see the set "soon".
LG hands on reviews
With LG announcing the launch of its G Flex 2 curved smartphone and WebOS 2.0 TVs at CES 2015, we've had the chance to get up close and personal - and now we've been able to form our first impressions, what did we make of them both?
CES 2015: LG G Flex 2 hands on review
CES 2015: LG WebOS 2.0 hands on review
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Don't forget that What Hi-Fi? is live and direct from the showfloor in Las Vegas all week as we bring you the very latest news and product launches from CES 2015. Not only that, but we'll bring you coverage from our very own International News Stage in partnership with our sister publication, Stuff.
CES 2015: All the latest news highlights