CES 2019 has seen comparatively higher number of "smart" gadgets launched. Check out some here.
There has been a Ping-Pong (aka ping pong) playing robot showcased at the ongoing CES 2019 that is branded as a tutor to apparently coach humans.
DJI has announced a new Mavic 2 smart controller featuring a built-in screen. It sports a 5.5-inch 1080p touchscreen and runs Android. DJI Smart Controller costs $650 (approximately Rs 45,599) and supports Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic 2 Pro drones.
Comcast’s new service offers internet protection $5.99 (Rs 420) per month subscription. It provides users with additional security protection on a network that also includes automatically blocking suspicious activity and quarantining devices.
Sony’s latest PG10 portable wireless speakers are in fact party speakers in the true sense. It has Outdoor party mode, multi-device connection support and Splash-proof top panel, which makes it even more interesting. Thanks to its Splash-proof top panel, it can hold up to four glasses of beer simultaneously. Now, that's what makes it an ideal party speaker.
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Whirlpool announces its first-ever smart countertop oven. The key highlight, it can identify food and then decide the appropriate temperatures as well as algorithms on its own. It consists of the camera inside so that you can easily monitor what's going, courtesy of a companion app.
Alienware Area 51m gaming laptop has an upgradable desktop CPU and NVIDIA RTX 20-series graphics card support! This also happens to be the first ever Alienware laptop to support eight-core processors, 2.5Gbit Ethernet and 64GB of RAM.
Altia Systems introduces PanaCast 3 panoramic video system offering three 13MP cameras, stereo microphones and software to deliver video coverage, audio capture and data sensing. It mounts on top of any digital display or a wall with the help of mounting hardware. It has USB-C for a compatible device or display.
Bepop is showcasing its VR gloves at CES. It uses haptics and super accurate rapid sensing technology. Some of its applications fall under the categories such as wearable, industrial, human factors, sports, automotive, medical, military, outdoor wear, virtual reality, gaming, musical instruments and much more.
Audio-Technica is showcasing ATH-ANC100BT wireless in-ears with built-in noise cancelling. It comes with a remote control to carry a battery within. It comes at an affordable price tag of $99 (approximately Rs 6,999).
Razer announces Razer HyperSense ecosystem of interconnected haptic-powered gaming devices, which it says are designed with an aim to deliver an immersive experience. Razer explains HyperSense takes advantage of each device’s position in a traditional PC gaming setup to offer powerful 360-degree tactile feedback.
NUU Mobile has taken the wraps off its new flagship G4 phone. It runs Android 9.0 Pie operating system. It will be available to buy towards the end of March. NUU G4 starts at $249 (Rs 17, 499) for 6GB RAM and 64GB storage.
LG introduced its 88-inch 8K OLED TV. What's more, it comes with Amazon Alexa voice assistant integration. It also incorporates a light sensor to adjust screen brightness depending on the surrounding lighting conditions. For more information about LG's 88-inch 8K OLED TV, click here.
Japanese electronics company Panasonic hosted a press conference ahead of the on-going CES 2019 where they introduced the eTrain concept for travelling office, OLED TV, electric vehicles and AI-driven HomeX. For more information about all Panasonic announcements from CES, click here.
During a press conference, chip maker Qualcomm said they are working intensively on driving the 5G connectivity. In what could be the major announcement, Qualcomm said more than 30 devices this year will be 5G-compatible, courtesy of Qualcomm's current top-of-the-line Snapdragon 855 chip. For more information, Qualcomm's announcement, click here.
HTC announced Vive Pro Eye at CES this year. It features an integration of eye-tracking to let users interact with on-screen menus through their eyes, thereby eliminating the need for using physical controllers. HTC Vive Pro Eye sports the same dual-OLED screen as Vive Pro. For more information about HTC Vive Pro Eye, click here.
South Korean giant Samsung announced its QLED 8K TV at CES. Powering the TV is Samsung's Quantum Processor 8K chip, which should upscale any content be it sourced from a streaming service, set-top box, HDMI, USB or even mobile screen mirroring to near 8K, courtesy of artificial intelligence. Furthermore, it supports HDMI 2.1 standard. For more information about Samsung's 98-inch QLED 8K TV, click here.
Intel's Ice Lake processors fabricated using 10nm process are now ready. Intel made the announcement at CES. Intel's first 10nm Ice Lake processor was supposed to go official back in 2016 as Cannon Lake. For more information about Intel's announcement, click here.
Sony announced two new 8K Smart TVs at CES 2019 they both AirPlay 2 out-of-the-box. Following in the footsteps of Samsung and LG, Sony's smart TVs let iPad and iPhone users wirelessly stream videos, photos, music and podcasts directly on to their smart TVs. For more information about Sony's 8K TVs, click here.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been the buzzword at this year's CES. A smart suitcase called Ovis is being showcased at the on-going CES 2019. As for the main attraction of Ovis, powering the suitcase is AI technology that can follow its owners anywhere they go. For more information about Ovis Suitcase, click here.
Foldable display phones are going to be the next big thing in the smartphone industry. This year's CES witnessed the unveiling of Royole FlexPai, a device that can fold or unfold like a notebook. To know more about FlexPai, click here.
Zoetic Kiki is an AI-powered pet that serves as companions to humans. It incorporates as many as 16 sensors throughout its frame that should recognize your touch. For more information about Zoetic Kiki, click here.
From Asus ROG Mothership, Dell Alienware Area 51m to Dell XPS 13 (2019), here we have compiled the list of top 5 powerful laptops unveiled at CES this year. For more information, click here.
Folks over at Kohler have put Amazon Alexa AI-enabled voice assistant into toilets. Meaning toilets are getting smarter and more intelligent these days. Some of the key features of this smart toilets are water efficiency, heated seat, personal cleansing and custom-made functionality such as drying. To know more about this AI-enabled smart toilet, click here.
From Samsung Micro-LED 4K TV, LG Signature OLED TV R to Sony 8K LCD TV, here we have compiled the list of top 5 crazy smart TVs at CES that took us by surprise at this time around. To read more, click here.
Bell's hybrid-electric flying car will be available via Uber sometime in 2020. It is currently nothing more than a concept taxi. It will use six fans to take off and land. Bell joined hands with Uber back in 2017. To know more about Bell Nexus flying car, click here.
Holabot's parent company is showing a meal-delivery robot at the on-going CES 2019. It measures 547 x 407 x 673mm in dimensions, which according to the company is smaller and more compact than its competition. For more information about Holabot robot, click here.
Hyundai is showcasing Hyundai Elevate, the company's first of its kind walking car, at CES this year. Although it is currently a concept and is based on a modular EV platform, it can switch out different bodies based on situations. For more information about Hyundai Elevate, click here.
LG is showcasing its 49 inches ultrawide monitor at the on-going CES 2019. it provides users with a 32:9 ultrawide aspect ratio. It features a Dual QHD display with 5,120 x 1,440 pixels resolution. For more information about LG 49WL95C, click here.
CES 2019 witnessed a massive integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into so many consumer tech products, home appliances and more. Now, a device called Kitchen Aid is here that serves as one-stop shop for coordinating all culinary-related activities. For more information about Kitchen Aid, click here.