After an exciting week, showing the best futuristic technologies, meeting with a number of the biggest tech brands around the world, CES 2022 has ended. In Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show took place in person for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.
New innovations, futuristic technologies, and different types of gadgets were there. Here is a list of the products that you should know about.
1. BMW’S IX Flow
The first thing that comes to our minds when we talk about CES 2022 is the unbelievable BMW lX Flow. That car catches the eyes of the hole attending by changing its color.
2. Samsung Freestyle
Samsung, one of the biggest companies that participated in the CES 2022, announced a unique portable projector called the Freestyle. It is a powerful projector and a smart speaker that only weighs two pounds or less.
The size of picture output ranges from 30″-100″, which depends on the distance between the projector and the surface. In case you want to take it out, the Freestyle is provided with an external battery. It is also able to rotate 180 degrees, which can project on floor, wall, ceiling, and everywhere around you.
3. TP-Link Archer AXE200 Omni
TP-Link announced its new Archer AXE200 Omni, which is a WiFi 6E model. The special thing about it is that it has four mechanical antennas that rotate automatically. According to the company that will help to optimize the signal, by adjusting the antenna placement based on the location of WiFi devices.
The router can deliver total speeds of over 10 Gbps.
Archer AXE200 Omni, could improve iffy connections over your home or keep a solid WiFi link as you move around without being worried about losing the connection while streaming video on your phone.
4. Robot Shelf
One of the new innovation projects at CES 2020, that actually looks useful is the robot assistance by Labrador Systems. The startup showed its new robotic cart that comes with a retractable tray system, shelves, and the ability to add an extra fridge.
Its capacity of carrying is up to 25 pounds, and it recharges itself automatically overnight. The idea of the robot is to assist old people or the ones with limited mobility. The self-driving shelves robot can carry things like laundry, meals, and many other items around a house.
Labrador said that it will deliver the robotic helping hand in 2023.
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5. OrCam MyEye Pro
The product that won a CES 2022 innovation award in the accessibility and health & wellness categories is OrCam MyEye Pro.
OrCam, which is a company that makes products to aid accessibility for the visually impaired, won the award for its glasses-mounted MyEye Pro device. It helps the blind and visually impaired to read out printed and digital text. It also can help them to recognize people, and identify products.
The OrCam Eye Pro is an upgraded version of the OrCam Eye product. The company said that it has a faster processor, two microphones instead of one, improved eyeglass attachment, and longer battery life.
6. Samsung foldable tech
The event won’t be complete without the new mobile and laptop gadgets. This year, Samsung launched four new “folds” at the CES 2022. The “S” fold, which is three panels that fold out that take an S-shape.
The “G” fold also has three panels, but the difference is that it can fold inward on all sides. That will allow you to keep the device safe without scratching the display.
Flex Note, is a semi-like laptop. The bottom of it could be multipurpose. It could be an on-screen keyboard for typing, a pen input pad for drawing, a media controller for editing video, and many others.
Flex Slidable is nearly a normal phone, with an additional rolling out of the display on the side. That will give the user an extra screen for real estate.
7. Razer Zephyr Pro
Since the face mask becomes mandatory everywhere, Razer announced its Zephyr Pro smart mask.
The mask includes a dual-fan active filtration system, compound with N95 filters. In addition to RGB lighting, and voice amplification until 60 decibels up to one meter away.
As the company announced the mask will cost $150.
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However, there are still a lot of amazing futuristic technologies at the CES 2022, like LG OLED EX, Cadillac InnerSpace Concept, Chevrolet Silverado EV, Chipolo Card Spot, Ring Glass Break Sensor, and many others.