CES, the annual tech confab in Las Vegas, showcases the best tech and consumer gadgets each year. There’s something for absolutely everyone, and it’s quite a remarkable display each year. This year was something particularly special, so here are the top 10 gadgets to come out of CES 2020.
Now, let us take a look at the Top 10 Gadgets to Come out of CES 2020 below.
10. Samsung Ballie
The Samsung Ballie is a combination between a smart home device and a robot companion. It’s shaped like a ball (hence the strange name), and uses cameras and sensors to follow you around. It’s able to control various smart home features, take photos, and send you updates on your home when you’re out and about. It can also function as a fitness assistant.
Meet #Ballie, Samsung’s human-centric vision of robots that takes personalized care to the next level. The small rolling robot, “understands you, supports you, and reacts to your needs.” #CES2020 #SamsungCES2020 pic.twitter.com/YzwgZN1Lgw
— Samsung US Newsroom (@SamsungNewsUS) January 7, 2020
9. BMW i3 Urban Suite
With ridesharing becoming ever more popular, BMW has taken it upon themselves to class things up. The BMw i3 Urban Suite is a modified version of the BMW i3, which basically acts as a miniature limo. Think coat hangers, heated cup holders, and a desk lamp. This thing is seriously swanky – although, it can only fit 1 passenger.
8. Dell Alienware Concept UFO
Delving into PC gaming, Dell has launched their latest gadget, the Intel-powered Alienware Concept UFO. It’s essentially a portable Windows PC, that features an 8-inch display, controllers, kickstand, and support for external devices. It’s basically a portable PC gaming experience in miniature form.
7. Canon EOS-1D X Mark III
Rumors of the DSLR’s downfall have been going around for a long time – but clearly Canon’s having none of it. The Canon EOS-1D X Mark III is an updated version of the EOS-1D X lineup, boasting a faster Digic X processor, burst shooting at 16 fps, and face and head tracking. It can also shoot in 4K at 60 fps.
6. Segway S-Pod
Segway’s S-Pod is similar to its predecessor in that it’s essentially a two-wheeled self-balancing scooter. However, this bad boy can hit a whopping 24 miles per hour, and is controlled with a joystick rather than your body. It’s also got some cool safety features, like automatic braking and lights that work as turn signals.
5. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold
Lenovo is jumping on the folding-display bandwagon with their latest tablet, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold. It has a foldable 13.3 inch display, which supports a stylus and Windows Ink. It also offers a magnetic keyboard, so you can use it like a laptop and get some of those emails that you’ve been putting off done.
4. Samsung Odyssey G9 Monitor
The Samsung Odyssey G9 Monitor is a 49-inch curved display that will be utterly spectacular for gaming. The monitor has a QLED screen, 1440p resolution, and a 1 millisecond response time. It supports AMD’s FreeSync 2 and Nvidia’s G-Sync for smoother gameplay.
3. Dimension Robotics Dr. CaRo
This device is designed to restore mobility in stroke victims, in response to exorbitant physical therapy sessions. The device is a motorized handle-equipped robot arm that’s attached to a 230inch display. It’s equipped with fun training exercises, meant to help users rebuild their atrophied muscles and gain strength back. Users can switch between resistive and assistive modes depending on the kind of outcome they’re looking for.
2. Fisker Ocean
Fisker, and electric vehicle producer, has come out with the Ocean, allegedly the world’s most sustainable vehicle. It’s entirely electric, has a vegan leather interior, and makes use of recycled materials like nylon and polyester. It has a solar panel roof for passive battery charging, and “California Mode” rolls down every window without compromising on safety.
1. Hydraloop Water Recycler
Last but not least of the top 10 gadgets to come out of CES 2020 is the Hydraloop Water Recycler. This appliance filters and purifies grey water from washing machines, baths, and showers. Using a series of 6 filtration techniques (all maintenance free), this gadget can recycle up to 85% of grey water, to be reused in toilets, pools, and irrigation systems. With climate change worsening, water is becoming an increasingly scarce resource. The Hydraloop Water Recycler will help us all do our bit.
Each year gets better
The top 10 gadgets to come out of CES 2020 are arguably even more exciting than last year. Things are advancing rapidly in the tech world, and it’s incredible that we get to see these advancements in real time. So, will you be embracing any of these gadgets in 2020?