The CES or Consumer Electronics Show showcases new gadgets that are eventually rolled out in the market in time to come. Check out some here.
The Consumer Electronics Show (or CES) surprises its users every year with trendy gadgets. They may be far behind from making a home on Mars, but they are surely way ahead in the world of technology.
Exhibited at this year’s CES, you could soon have a chance to buy these devices and gadgets for yourself.
It is unquestionably a car that most people would desire, especially ones who are lazy drivers or hate to park their cars themselves. This self-parking car comes with an app on the smartwatch that allows you to send a command to park itself in a multilevel garage or retrieve your vehicle remotely.
Tonino Lamborghini 88 Tauri Phone has a touchscreen display and is based on Android 4.4. The connectivity options are Wi-Fi, 4G, 3G, and GPS. It is a dual SIM phone and supports storage expansion to 64 GB. The sensors on the phone are an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and compass/magnetometer. It costs nearly 6000 dollars.
Its key specs include:
It is the world’s biggest 8k TV. This TV by Samsung having native 8k resolution is well-equipped to deliver glasses-free 3D experience. It comes with a high definition quality and has a 110 inches long screen.
Do you want it in your home? Well, I do wish to buy it one day!
Why walk when you have the RocketSkates! They are the world’s first smart wearable mobility/ they are smart electric, motorized skates. Linked with the ACTON app, it offers info on route tracking, skate diagnosis, battery status, games, and social interactivity.
You only need to strap them over your shoes & you’re ready to go!
Sling Television, better known as Sling TV, is the “Internet TV” that will surely compel you to cut your cable. It is an over-the-top internet TV service owned by Dish Network. It lets you watch live TV for free, has a host of channels to choose from & supports a wide range of devices.
LG G Flex 2 phone has sensors for Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, and color spectrum. Its main camera is 13 MP and has Dual-LED flash, panorama, HDR as its prime features. It also has a selfie camera, which is 2.1 MP. It also has various connectivity options.
And here is the breakdown of the total memory storage of the phone:
Card slot: microSDXC (dedicated slot)
Internal: 16GB 2GB RAM, 32GB 3GB RAM eMMC 5.0
Foodini’s 3D food printer machine allows you to print edible pizzas, burgers, and chocolate in perfect shape and taste. It is the first smart kitchen appliance that helps accelerate the process of making food fresh ingredients using a next-generation 3D food printer and IoT/Internet of Things.
The Mad Catz LYNX is the most expensive game controller for Android worth 300$. It is a one-size-fits-all controller and features a built-in keyboard and microphone.
It is compatible with Android TV and Amazon Fire TV. It can hold both phone and tablet & comes with a detachable QWERTY keyboard.
This Android-powered walkman by Sony is priced at $1,119.99. This is the best purchase at this price. It lets you run any streaming music service available for this platform.
It has amazing audio quality, physical buttons & excellent sound control options.
It is one of the best VR headsets out there in the market. A developer could use it to create VR experiences across different platforms like Windows, Android, and Linux. It is all about the games.
Razer’s open-source virtual reality platform is pretty cool. Right?
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