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19:40  12 january  2019
19:40  12 january  2019 Source:   popsci.com

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CES is the Super Bowl of the technology world: the annual event where close to 200,000 tech enthusiasts, journalists, tastemakers, and industry pros all descend on the Las Vegas strip to see what we ’ ll be talking about and lusting over in tech in 2019 .

Each January, tech companies from around the world gather in Las Vegas to show off their latest efforts at CES , formerly called the Consumer Electronics Show , the biggest gadget show of the year.

We’ve been dropping updates from CES this week, but we know you just want to see the best stuff with the least amount of effort—all that content you’ve been meaning to get to isn’t going to watch itself. So, here’s a short-and-sweet recap of CES highlights you can use to impress your friends with your incredible knowledge of cool new gadgets. You’re welcome.

Bell Nexus

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Stan Horaczek Bell Nexus

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The “belle” of the electronics ball was this full-sized version of Bell’s six-rotor air taxi. The company says it could be carrying passengers as soon as 2020, so let’s hope Bane doesn’t show up to take over our city before then.

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CES 2019 is well underway in Las Vegas, and the largest technology show in the world has been featuring new , innovative gadgets . The Breadbot automatic bread baking machine is on display at the Wilkinson Baking Company booth during CES Unveiled at CES International, Sunday, Jan.

CES is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies . CES is the only place to experience the entire connected ecosystem that brings together the technologies , solutions, players and audiences in the smart city sector from around the

Samsung Wall TV

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Samsung Samsung Wall TV

That's just way better than a regular wall that you can't watch The Fast and the Furious on.

It first debuted at last year’s CES, and now Samsung’s MicroLED-based Wall TV will be available for custom installation in homes this year. It’s made of smaller, modular panels that interlock to create a huge screen with no bezel, and is one of the most beautiful things on the show floor this year. The one on display on the show floor checked in at 219-inches.

Sony 98-inch Master Z9G 8K TV

TVs with 8K resolution were big at this year’s CES, even though there’s almost no native content to watch on them. However, Sony’s 98-inch flagship TV promises smart upscaling to make your puny 4K content look good on its massive screen.

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Our definitive tech guide to the best gadgets in the world right now. We're not long into 2019 , but are already hearing the tremors of new top-line gadgets on the way. You can head to our CES 2019 for the latest devices being announced or unveiled for the first time – even if some won't be on sale for a

At CES the biggest gadgets are the easiest to spot, but there’s lots of little things that can catch your eye. We spoke to CES spokesperson, Danielle Cassagnol It's a record-breaking show at CES 2019 . There's 2.9 million net square feet of exhibit space, 180,000 attendees and 4,500 exhibiting companies."

Samsung Bots

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Stan Horaczek Samsung Bot Care

This little guy wants to help you not die.

In addition to its typical offerings of TVs and mobile devices, Samsung introduced a new robotics platform with a variety of use cases. Bot Care is like a live-in nurse that checks on elderly folks, while Bot Air detects and filters polluted air. Bot Retail will sell you stuff and the GENS exoskeletons can make moving around less painful for people with leg and back issues.

LG Signature OLED TV R

The LG booth had an insane array of flexible OLED screens surrounding its entrance, but the real star was the 65-inch TV that rolls up into a subtle base when you’re not watching it. This was a prototype at last year’s show, but you’ll be able to buy it in 2019 if you have a Scrooge McDuck vault full of gold coins with which to pay.

Technics SL-1200MK7

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Technics Technics 1200

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The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas revealed what the tech world has in store for us this year. From the spectacular to the controversial – as well as some total tosh – here are 10 of the most memorable products unveiled at CES 2019 last week.

The hottest gadgets and news from the world's biggest tech show. CES 2019 – the Consumer Electronics Show – is now well underway in Las Vegas. CES is the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show, and a mammoth showcase of many of the best new tech innovations that

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Willow 2.0 hands-free breast pump

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Willow Willow 2.0

The new Willow breast pump is more efficient and easier to use.

The updated version of this hands-free breast pump is easier to assemble, more comfortable to use, and more effective when it comes to preventing spillage. It will run $500 for a pair when it ships in February.

Impossible Burger 2.0

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Stan Horaczek Impossible Burger

This was the most delicious gadget at CES 2019. And no one yelled at me for tasting it unlike those other uptight products.

Fake meat may not seem like a tech product, but Impossible Foods launched its new soy-based meat replacement at this year’s show. You can read our full taste test here, but the bottom line is that it’s one of the most convincing—and delicious—plant-based meat replacements around.

Amazon is taking more control over smart home tech

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CES 2019 certainly hasn't disappointed for new TVs, laptops or generally strange tech , and it has been a particularly strong year for wearables too. Smartwatches, fitness trackers and all the other gadgets we're now sticking to our bodies were scattered around the show , and we got to try out lots of them.

Razer Turret

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Razer Razer Turret

This will surely be the key to many Widowmakers sniping me when I try to play Overwatch on Xbox.

This mouse-and-keyboard set sits on a metal base and allows Xbox One users skip the controller for PC-style game controls. it looks like a solid product, but its existence is somewhat controversial since console gamers will have to play against an increasing number of annoyingly accurate, mouse-using snipers.

Hyundai Elevate walking car

It’s only a concept for now, but Hyundai has a vehicle that mixes wheels with legs so it can handle any variety of uneven or unpredictable terrain. It has a vaguely Star Wars vibe about it.

Panasonic S1 and S1R full-frame cameras

There weren’t a ton of new cameras at CES this year, but Panasonic did release some final details about its full-frame, pro-grade mirrorless cameras. Both will have new modes, like high-resolution mode which combines several pictures into one bigger image. Both cameras start shipping in March and will use new lenses developed with the help of Sigma and Leica.

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LG explains how the G8 ThinQ's tiny gesture sensor works

LG explains how the G8 ThinQ's tiny gesture sensor works LG has revealed more details about the "Time of Flight" sensor that will likely power the G8 ThinQ's touchless gestures. Built by LG's Innotek division, it reflects infrared light off of a subject, measures how long it takes to return and uses the data to calculate depth. LG said that the tech works over "long" distances, while consuming less power than other 3D tech. As such, it's suitable for face detection ID tech, motion sensing, AR, and more. It differs from Apple's TrueDepth Face ID tech, which beams thousands of laser dots at a subject, then measures the distortion to calculate depth.

CES 2019 has been a fantastic display of new , innovative smart home gadgets , with everything from robot vacuum cleaners to smart security systems impressing the crowds at the consumer tech show . With over 26 billion connected devices predicted to be installed globally in 2019 , the IoT

CES is the world's gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies . It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.

Dell XPS 13

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Dell Dell XPS 13

Do you want a laptop with a webcam that looks up your nose? Well, this one won't (anymore).

The Dell XPS 13 was already one of the best laptops around, and the new version has moved the webcam to the top of the screen instead of the bottom for a much more flattering angle during your Google Hangouts.

Jabra Elite 85H noise-cancelling headphones

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Stan Horaczek Jabra headphones

Noise-cancelling headphones have gotten great recently, which helped me on my crying-baby-filled flight home from CES.

The flagship Jabra headphones use AI to analyze sound in your environment and tweak the noise cancelling to best help you tune out the real world—and really focus in on listening to the Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack for the 1,000th time this week.

Polaroid Instant Classic Camera

I’m generally opposed to cameras that try to emulate analog photography with digital tech, but Kodak’s upcoming Instant Classic camera was undeniably cool. I got my photo taken with a prototype version and the zInk prints are surprisingly reminiscent of prints from old pull-and-peel instant cameras, which were popular until the ‘90s.

Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © Sennheiser Sennheiser soundbar

This $2,500 soundbar sounds impressive.

This Dolby Atmos compatible soundbar has 13 speakers inside and can mimic a full surround-sound system all on its own. It doesn’t come cheap, however, with a price tag of $2,499 when it ships in May. I did get a chance to hear it, however, and it’s impressive.

Ring Door View Cam

Designed for people who live in apartments, the new Ring smart doorbell goes where a typical peep hole sits on your front door. It lets you see who is outside of your home and also has a knock detector that can tell if someone is trying to whack your door down.

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In brief. CES 2019 has been a hotbed for innovative and strange products from across the world. The show , in Las Vegas, attracts more than 180,000 visitors each year. From the ridiculous to the sublime, CES , the world’s largest tech convention

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Soma Innofit smart bra

This electronic bra has sensors inside that are designed to let wearer choose the right size and fit in a bra. Of course, it only recommends option from Soma’s own offerings, but customers can try it on in-store, get their measurement, and then buy a bra without having to buy the smart version.

Samsung Space monitor

The screens on Samsung’s space-saving monitors are nothing out of the ordinary, but both models (there are 27-inch and a 32-inch versions), come mounted to clamp with an articulating arm. It allows you to move the monitor close to you when you’re working, then store it flush against the wall so you have room to do tarot card readings or make Cheeto art on your desk when it’s not in use.

The North Face FutureLight material

The North Face released a new kind of proprietary waterproof, breathable material they call FutureLight; made through a process they call "Nanospinning" (think creating a membrane using very small fibers), the resulting material lets air breeze through-- to keep it comfortable when you sweat-- but keeps the rain out when it drizzles on you.

Kohler Numi 2.0 toilet

If you caught any of the early CES coverage, you almost certainly heard about the smart toilet with Alexa integration. This $7,000 toilet lets you customize the temperature of the seat and play our playlists while you sit there and stare at your phone while avoiding your family and other responsibilities.

In-car VR

Both Audi and Intel showed off in-car virtual reality systems that are meant to entertain passengers. The custom content tailors itself to the estimated time of your ride as well as the motion of the vehicle so the disparity between what you see and the motion you feel won’t make you yarf.

KitchenAid Smart Display

Last year, smart displays were all the rage. This year, however, their numbers were sparse. However, KitchenAid’s smart display has Google Assistant built-in and is designed to withstand all kinds of grime and moisture including a jet of water, so it should survive even if you fling everything around when you cook like the Swedish Chef from the Muppets.

Mobile tech is going to the dogs... literally

Mobile tech is going to the dogs... literally  Mobile entrepreneurs are jumping into the pet industry with smartphone-enabled gadgets that can help care for your four-legged friends, from activity trackers to a litter box that cleans and refills itself. Among countless new "wearable" gadgets presented this week at the Mobile World Congress trade fair in Barcelona were monitors that attach to dog or cat collars. The devices allow owners to track their pet's location and activity levels -- for example how long they have walked, run, played or slept -- on a smartphone, as well as check that a dog walker is exercising the animal enough.

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HTC Vive Pro Eye

The best new gadgets and tech from CES 2019 © HTC HTC Vive Pro

"Look into my eyes," you whisper as you put on the headset and get ready to slaughter some barbarians in VR.

The new high-end VR headset from HTC will include technology that tracks where the wearer is looking so they can navigate menus just by looking in specific spots. It will also allow the headset to blur areas outside the wearer’s normal field of view to make the in-focus graphics look sharper and more detailed.

Nreal Light

The new high-end VR headset from HTC will include technology that tracks where the wearer is looking so they can navigate menus just by looking in specific spots. It will also allow the headset to blur areas outside the wearer’s normal field of view to make the in-focus graphics look sharper and more detailed.

Omron HeartGuide Blood Pressure Watch

This FDA-approved device takes a wearer’s blood pressure using an inflatable cuff, just like at the doctor. It took an impressive amount of work for the company to make an inflating air bag that didn’t squish out to the sides of the watch and ruin the readings.

Mobile tech is going to the dogs... literally.
 Mobile entrepreneurs are jumping into the pet industry with smartphone-enabled gadgets that can help care for your four-legged friends, from activity trackers to a litter box that cleans and refills itself. Among countless new "wearable" gadgets presented this week at the Mobile World Congress trade fair in Barcelona were monitors that attach to dog or cat collars. The devices allow owners to track their pet's location and activity levels -- for example how long they have walked, run, played or slept -- on a smartphone, as well as check that a dog walker is exercising the animal enough.

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