At this year’s Consumer Electronics’ Show (CES) in Las Vegas, we saw some exciting
trends. Among them was Samsung’s Flex Hybrid OLED, that uses a combination of screens that fold, roll and slide to turn a pocket-sized device into a sizable screen. For people with
low vision, the convenience of being able to easily carry a large screen in a pocket will make a big difference to accessibility. Another big hurdle in the use of ICT for people with Disability is the weight of the equipment so laptops like the Alienware X14 takes a powerful
gaming laptop and makes it relatively thin and light. This could potentially open the door for assistive technology (AT) that require a lot of graphical rendering to be truly portable, and not something with the weight of a desktop computer with a handle and batteries.

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