The consumer electronics show (CES) is an annual event introducing the latest products of many large industries worldwide.
Last week, the event took place in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is a great opportunity for technology companies to present their new products serving people in daily life. Let’s take a look at interesting products whch were launched at CES 2020!
This year, several manufactures introduced large sreen television with 8K. 8K is the highest-quality standard for a television nowadays. At the event, Samsung presented a new version of 8K which is capable of bringing the pictures right to the edge of the TV.
A Television – smartphone
Samsung also introduced a TV that can play video designed for smartphones. Sero TV connects to mobile devices then plays video directly from the phone. The TV is already for sale in South Korea with the price of around $1.600. At the event, Samsung stated that the introduction of this televion was to keep abreast with “mobile generation”. The company also expected Sero TV would be available in several global markets in 2020.
Smart waste can
A company named TOWNEW presented a smart waste can that is capable of doing numerous dirty work for a home. When the can is fulled, user touches the button to activate the smart abilitiy. The device then seals the waste bag and raises it top for users to pick up and throw away. The new one is also put inside automatically.
Snore stopping pillow
“Motion pillow” is helpful for people who snore when sleeping. This smart pillow collects information about the sleeper’s head position and breathing during the night. The data is used to change the shape of the pillow. As the result, the sleep’s head move just enough to improve airflow through the nose and reduce snoring.
A sitting segway
Segway has been ubiquitous for years. The company has already introduced new model S-Pod at CES. The device looks like a small chair with wheels. The sitting segway is designed for enclosed places such as amusement parks, airports, shopping malls, to name but a few.
Phone charger and car battery saver
Mophie announced a new charging device for smartphones and dead-battery cars. The new device called PowerStation Go comes with two USB openings for device charging, as well as car battery connectors and a powerful light.
AI to block the sun
The technology company Bosch introduced some new products at CES, including virtual visor for cars. Virtual visor is designed to replace traditional vehicle sun visor. Bosch said that new device used artificial intelligence to find the exact position of driver’s eyes. Then a small part of the car’s windshield is darkened, thus the sun could not effect the driver’s sight.
Invisible car hood
Continental – an automobile industry company introduced “Transparent Hood” which makes the front end of a vehicle disappear. The new technology goes with a camera to provide video of the area underneath the vehicle, allowing driver to see objects and road conditions that might pose danger.
The virtual keyboard called SelfieType is a new technology researched and producted by Samsung. The advantage of the virtual key board is turning any surface into a keyboard SelfieType uses camera to analyze finger movements when people type on a flat surface and shows result on the phone. Samsung stated that there is no need to use any other devices besides phones. The virtual keyboard is still tested.
Wearable air purifier
Wearable air purifier was introduced by Ao Air company at CES. It looks like a high-tech mask to block pollution. The purifier pulls air through a filtration system and then uses fans to create a small area of clean air at the front of the device. The new device is believed to purify the air without the need for a solid seal.
Toilet paper robot
Personal products company Procter & Gamble presented a new toilet paper robot called Rollbot. Rollbot is a small, self-balancing robot serving people as they use the toilet. It can be controlled by a smartphone. The introduction of Rollbot proves that robots are capable of serving people from the smallest things.