Top 10 gadgets at CES 2018:
L’Oréal UV Sense
L’Oréal’s UV Sense is a tiny sensor look like small rounded in shape; it is capable of detecting ultraviolet exposure that’s small enough to wear comfortably on your fingernail. It is battery free and includes NFC antenna, temperature sensor, and a UV sensor.
Lenovo Smart Display
Recently Lenovo’s Google Assistant-powered Smart Display which looks like a sleeker, it is more attractive than Amazon Echo Show.
The cool gadget Smart Display is a voice-activated computer with a screen for displaying supplementary information. When asking Google for parks recommendations, for example, the Smart Display will pull up information about nearby parks.It can also play YouTube videos (unlike Amazon’s device), it includes a larger screen, and it has a more polished design that more easily blends into the home.
Honda 3E Robotics Concept
At CES, Honda showcased its 3E Robotics concept, which includes several robot companions all designed to serve different functions and fields. According to company Robot 3E-A18 is Honda’s social empathy robot. The company says it’s meant to represent the idea that robots can support people by providing a sense of compassion and understanding. It is a robotic chair concept, while 3E-C18 includes cargo space for transporting materials.
Samsung’s “The Wall” TV
TVs shouldn’t have to be just one size. That’s the idea behind its new 146-inch TV called The Wall, which the company is positioning as the first “modular TV.”
Every user needs TV according to their space in home, so for giant space and cinema look Samsung introduced The Wall TV which comes with Micro Led technology. It should be able to produce even deeper black tones and potentially infinite contrast.
Special Aflac Duck
Toys are made for some special purpose means there is a mind behind every toy. But Special Aflac Duck has a very different but nonetheless important job to handle. The interactive toy, developed by research and development workshop Sproutel, was created to provide comfort to children who is suffering from cancer.
Children can mirror their care routines on the duck and also can express their feelings through the toy by holding a circular token to its chest that prompts it to assume the corresponding emotion. Holding a token with a smiling happy face or a frowning angry face to the duck, for example, will enable it to react accordingly.
The duck is expected to be available for children diagnosed with cancer at no cost in late 2018 or early 2019. In early 2018, it will be shipping to children at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta to undergo additional testing.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and Yoga
AT CESs Lenovo brings X1 Carbon and Yoga. Both new ThinkPad computers include a dazzling HDR display, a built-in physical webcam cover, and far-field microphones for speaking to Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana. Both laptops also run on Intel’s newest eighth-generation processors.
The most impressive feature by far is the laptops’ HDR support, which make better and bold look, it improved its 4K resolution.
Vuzix Blade Augmented Reality Glasses
The Vuzix Blade augmented reality glasses will support Alexa so that wearers can ask for things like the directions, weather and some pictures. The Vuzix Blade’s display also sits more prominently in the wearer’s field of view than Google Glass and looks much more crisp and colorful. The Blade AR glasses could have some promising potential.
Byton Concept Car
Byton wants your car to feel more like your living room rather than a just a means of transportation. That’s the idea behind its new concept car which comes in CESs last year, According to company it will launch in US in 2020.
The concept vehicle’s most striking characteristic is its gigantic screen, which stretches across the entire dashboard. The car include facial recognition so that it can identify the driver and load his or her settings as he or she enters the vehicle.
Many users want to watch movies on their smartphone, but mobile screen isn’t enough to watch properly. To keep that thing in mind Movi launch its new smartphone which can project up to 720p video. The Movi smartphone comes in: The $599 Android phone includes an integrated projector that can project 720p videos.
Philips Smart Sleep
Philips’ headband isn’t designed to help you get more sleep. Rather, it’s meant to help you get the most out of your sleep. The headband emits a tone that the company says improves slow wave sleep, the stage in the sleep cycle at which brain waves and breathing slow to their lowest levels.