Consumer Electronics Show is one of the biggest electronics trade fair shows that is held in the city of sin every year. Here all types of electronics companies big and small introduce their upcoming slate of products. Below is a list of all the diamonds found in the show.
1. Project Linda
This cool gadget is every gamer’s dream. Razor has come up with a smartphone that doubles up as a laptop. The smartphone fits into space that is filled by the touchpad on a laptop body, then connects to the monitor, keyboard, and hard drive via USB-C. This gadget tests the waters for a merger between the desktop and mobile computing devices. Project Linda repurposes the phone’s screen as a touchpad, which can also passively display information.
2. Philips SmartSleep
No, it won’t help you in getting more sleep. But, it will surely help you in getting deep quality sleep. The device transmits a sound apparently develops slow-wave sleep. It is a stage of sleep cycle at which brain waves and breathing are at their lowest levels. According to its makers, such kind of sleep can further increase attentiveness and the ability to keep focus. Two sensors on the headband identify when you fall asleep and can identify when you enter deep sleep. Then, an algorithm customizes the amount and level of the sound being transmitted in a way that will heighten slow wave activity in the brain.
3. L’Oréal UV Sense
One of the tiniest gadgets, it is a sensor which is able to detect ultraviolet exposure. It is so tiny that you can wear it comfortably on your fingernail like a nail art. The great thing is, it is battery-free and has an NFC antenna, a temperature sensor, and a UV sensor. It can store up to three months worth of information and transfers information to the accompanying app. The app keeps a record of the exposure levels and provides tips for handling sun intake.
4. My Special Aflac Duck
This cute looking duck is specially designed to provide comfort to children diagnosed with cancer. Children can imitate their medical care routines on it and can communicate their feelings through it by pressing a circular token to its chest which indicates it to assume the corresponding emotion. Holding a token with a smiling happy face or a frowning angry face to the duck, for instance, will allow it to react accordingly. This gadget is supposed to provide company to kids as they undergo treatment and therapy.
5. Sensio Air
A must-have for those who suffer from allergies. This football-shaped allergen detector tracks grass, mould, pollen and dust inside your space so it can alert users that their allergies could act up. In case the user goes out, the Air’s corresponding app joins with 220 sensors placed all around the world by Sensio to measure environmental conditions like pollution and weather.
6. Oska Pulse
It is literally a painkiller for those people who suffer from chronic pain. This Pulse Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) device is created to boost blood flow to affected areas of the body. The company claims that the gadget relaxes muscle stiffness and briefly relieves minor pain. It works with an app so users can manage the device remotely or track the pain relief progress.
Probably, the most fun gadget on the list. ModoBag is a piece of luggage which can charge your devices through its USB ports and it also has a small hidden handlebar and stirrups which transform it into a miniature electric motorbike which you can use to zip around up to a speed of 8 mph. No more dragging of luggage instead let the luggage drive you around.
There is little that technology can’t do at CES and with such innovative products around the corner, the future of mankind looks exciting.