These Chinese VR/AR Startups Impressed at CES 2019

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The following is part of our Virtual Reality Intelligence Service and Augmented Reality Intelligence Service, which includes forecasts, data, and key insights about the virtual and augmented reality technology market.
Arguably the world's biggest electronics conference with over five decades of history, technology companies know that CES is the perfect place to exhibit their latest innovation. Although the total number of Chinese companies exhibiting at CES declined 20% this year compared with last year due to the ongoing trade war and the status of the Chinese economy, there were still more than 1,200 Chinese technology companies represented in the total exhibition area. Chinese companies were among the exhibitors in almost every technology sector - from autonomous vehicles to drones to smart home solutions. China's influence extended to virtual reality and augmented reality as well. Chinese companies  Nreal, Pimax, Realmax, and Nolo VR all received significant media attention because of their new products. However, here are three Chinese VR/AR companies that you might have missed at CES 2019.
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