The Consumer Electronics Show CES 2020 started in Las Vegas. CES is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association(CTA). This event typically hosts presentations of breakthrough products and technologies in the consumer electronics industry. The show floor opens on Tuesday 7 January and runs until Saturday 11 January.
Let’s have an eye on CES 2020 offering. Here’s a list of few best gear and gadgets unveiled so far…
Best gear and gadgets Unveiled in CES 2020
1. Lovot companion robots by Groove X wander
Charmin RollBot that carries a roll of toilet paper on top. You can control it by your smartphone and summon the RollBot via Bluetooth. Then this robot delivers a fresh roll of Charmin.
2. TCL Mobile
TCL 10 5G, the TCL 10 Pro, and the TCL 10L with ultracrisp AMOLED, and framed by two curved sides cost under $500.
3. Samsung Q950 8K TV
The 15mm deep and perfectly flat screen, with a bezel-less design. Samsung says its 2020 QLED 8K TV leverages 99 per cent of its front surface for the display.
4. Vizio Elevate Soundbar with rotating speakers
Vizio 48-inch soundbar with some spin to it. It rotates depending on what you’re watching or listening.
5. A smart anti-snore pillow
Smart anti-snore pillow, which automatically changes the angle of the user’s head if snoring is detected.
6. Traffic Monitor: Smart road studs
Smart road studs, which can monitor vehicle traffic and road conditions.
7. Smart helmet with navigation
A Tali fully-connected, smart helmet with navigation, lights and photochromic visor designed for motorcyclists. The helmet reacts to voice commands to allow riders to make calls and receive navigational instructions. It also comes with real-time GPS tracking and rides analysis features.
8. “Reachy” open-source robot by Pollen Robotics
“Reachy,” an open-source robot by Pollen Robotics to explore real-world applications. Pollen Robotics offering a robotic torso named Reachy. The two arms, chest and head are an open-source platform designed for prototyping and research purposes. And selling a $17,000 robot torso for researchers and startups.
9. An electrode cap
An electrode cap, part of a stress electroencephalogram (EEG) assessment system. A diagnostic tool that combines AI algorithms and brainwave signal amplifying circuits. It has a fast measurement and high accuracy
10. Jabra Elite Active 75t and Elite 45h
New Elite Active 75t and Elite 45h models with 7.5 hours of battery life off a single charge. These headphones have strong water and sweat resistance backed up with a two-year warranty.
11. Qoobo therapeutic robot (cushion)
Qoobo is a therapeutic robot, a cushion with a tail. When someone touches it, the cushion waves gently and when rubbed it swings playfully. The price hasn’t been set for the Qoobo, but the larger robotic pillow currently retails for $149 (£113) in the US.
12. Oral B IO smart toothbrush
Oral B IO smart toothbrush has two lights green and red at the neck that glows when you apply the right amount of pressure and red if you apply too much.
13. Stopskate wireless electronic brake system for skates
Stopskate wireless electronic brake system for skates. The brakes lets users slow themselves down or come to a stop. Stopskate is selling its brakes on its website starting at $249.
14. Alogic three-in-one device
Alogic three-in-one device, can connect to your Mac and provide passthrough power at up to 60W, and includes USB-A ports, an HDMI port, an SD card reader, and a micro SD card reader. It has a 5,000mAh battery.