10 Awesome Gadgets From CES 2018
If you’re a gadgets geek than you know what January means. The annual consumer electronics show or CES takes place in Las Vegas. Serves as a glimpse into future of technology more than 180,000 attendees from the tech industry came to see tomorrow’s tech today more 4000 companies. Here is the list of the latest gadgets and games from the CES 2018.
#1- The Wall
Samsung unveiled the world’s first modular 146 inch TV and it is a micro LED TV. That could be made bigger or smaller depending on your space by adding or removing panels. As need be the wall was a jaw-dropper at CES. But it wasn’t just the size and modularity but it was gorgeous. It was made up of self-emitting tiny LEDs much smaller than current LEDs. Which eliminates the need for a backlight or color filter. It will debut it might be less for home use and more for the business like storefronts.
#2- Lenovo Mirage Solo VR Headset
The first self-contained VR headset which doesn’t need a phone PC or Videogame console it’s called the Lenovo Mirage Solo. It is based on Google’s daydream you can download games over WIFI to the local 64 gigs of storage or snap in a microSD card or you can sideload games using USB. It ships with the remote and will be priced under $400 when it debuts this.
#3- The Asus NovaGo
A laptop that lasts up to 22 hours between charges and that’s up to 22 hours of video streaming that’s 4 times longer than the battery life you’re getting now with current laptops. Powered by Snapdragon 835 processor. It also can take a SIM card or Isom for always-on cellular connectivity so you don’t need to find a WiFi hotspot. NovaGo is a 2 in 1 laptop-tablet hybrid will cost around $799 when it debuts.
#4- The JBL Link View
JBL had a great sounding one called the JBL Link View. It’s an 8-inch display with a loudspeaker lets you ask Google a question or give a command and along with getting a human-like voice responding to you and also see info on the screen such as a multi-day weather forecast, recipes, photos, YouTube videos, album, art for streaming music and more. It can make free Google Duo video calls on this thing as it has a 5-megapixel camera.
#5- Toyota e-palette Concept
Toyota e- palette shows different application for autonomous cars not only will your self-driving vehicles of future. To take you from one place to another but Toyota’s envision these autonomous cars to be used for around the city and for delivering new food. Toyota is teaming up with Uber, Pizza Hut, and Amazon to start and the first live demonstrations of Toyota’s e-palette will be at Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
#6- The OrCam MyEye 2.0
It is for blind and partially sighted people. The OrCam MyEye 2.0 is an artificial vision device with a lightweight smart camera. That instantly read text aloud from any surface and it also recognizes faces of people so you won’t forget who you met as their name will be recalled to you. It cost is $4500 or less.
#7- Sony’s AIBO
Sony is back with its AIBO robotic Dog. And its light year ahead of the first AIBO that made it’s debut almost 20 years ago. As you can imagine with advance engineering for fluid movement, more sensor on its body and artificial intelligence including more personality. It was a huge hit at CES this year there’s life in those OLED eyes and two cameras in its nose near its tail to help to identify family members and map your home environment. It cost $1800 and it was one of the more fun things to play with them.
#8- The ForwardX CX-1 Smart Suitcase
The Smart Suitcase has Cameras and Sensors on it. To follow you around we tried to trick it and it was pretty good for the most part and if someone tried to take off with this self-driving bag there’s a loud decibel alarm that will sound. The company says it’ll be available in summer but no price has been confirmed.
#9- LG InstaView ThinQ Refrigerator
LG featuring Hi-Tech refrigerator a 29-inch touchscreen that becomes transparent if users knock on it twice. And draw notes for the family on the screen place virtual sticker pull up recipes and read expiration dates on products to warn you of best before dates. It also a wide-angle camera in the fridge that will let you remotely view what’s inside via an app on your smartphone.
#10- Play Impossible Gameball
The winner of a 2018 CES competition called last gadget standing. The play Impossible Gameball is an act of gaming system for both indoor and outdoor. It resembles a regular inflatable rubber ball buts it’s embedded with patent-pending sensor technology. It connects that play ball to an app via Bluetooth you can connect compete. And also challenge your ball skills with multiple mini-games. Its price is around $99 and available now.