Massive Silicon Valley conglomerates and ambitious startups are already coming to life.
LONDON (Web Desk) – CES, the world’s largest tech event, is back at full capacity this week after being curtailed for two years due to the COVID pandemic.
Before the show floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center officially opens, giant Silicon Valley conglomerates and ambitious start-ups will host this conference to showcase the good, the good, and just plain weird about consumers. It has already lived up to its reputation. electronics.
For a variety of reasons, here are some of the product announcements that have caught our attention so far…
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The Evie ring is touted as the first medical-grade smart ring uniquely designed for women, offering familiar wearable features like heart rate and calorie burn monitoring, as well as period and menstrual symptom tracking. increase.
Like other wearables, the data will be displayed in a smartphone app, and its creator Movano Health says it will cost less than $300 (£248) when it releases later this year.
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A strong contender for the show’s most ridiculously named product is Samsung’s Bespoke AI Wall Oven. It is equipped with an internal camera so you can closely monitor your cooking.
But Samsung thinks it’s also great for taking pictures and live-streaming your meals to social media.
Embrace the pulsing cushion
If you need to relax after a stressful day at work, Fufuly is for you.
Shaped like a cloud, a tooth, or a deformed marshmallow (choose one), the pulsating cushion can be used to hold a baby or a cat in your lap, according to Japanese company Yukai Engineering. It aims to reduce anxiety, just like it does.
Need a lipstick care?
Cosmetics giant L Oreal has developed a gadget that helps people with disabilities apply makeup.
HAPTA uses motion controls and a series of customizable attachments to give users a wide range of motion. The company says this provides the precise control needed for flawless applications.
As scarlet fever and COVID cases spread, Britons are being encouraged to wear masks again, so Airxom’s rather bulky, battery-powered accessory is back at CES in a timely fashion.
First shown off last year, the mask is essentially a wearable air purifier that claims to remove and destroy airborne particles, including viruses.
Knock knock, who’s there?
These days, many of us have smart doorbells on our front doors.
Bird Buddy is a smart bird feeder that takes a picture of a visitor, sends the picture to your phone, and uses an app like Pokémon’s real-life Pokedex to identify species.
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