CES is just around the corner, and the tech industry like every year will be present in Las Vegas from January 7-10. In 2019, while, we got a glimpse of 5G, artificial intelligence, smart device connectivity, and iOT, CES 2020 is expected to uncover more such inventions. Expect 8K tellies to be featured in abundance – and they actually might be affordable enough to make a place in your home!
Brands that will be in attendance this year include Acer, Apple, Asus, Dell, Google, Hisense, Intel, Lenovo, LG, OnePlus, Panasonic, Qualcomm, Royole, Samsung, Sony, TCL, Amazon, Canon, Microsoft and many more.
Here are the top 7 Outrageous Gadgets to Expect at CES Conference 2020 at Las Vegas, the US from January 7 to 10.
7 outrageous gadgets we are expecting to see at CES 2020.
- Waydoo Flyer ‘flying surfboard’: The Waydoo Flyer (US$6,495/UK£4,964/AUS$9,456) has been built on the concept of an foilboard/hydrofoil – kind of half surfboard, half electric propulsion jet ski with a propeller below the water, and has a wireless Bluetooth hand-held controller for steering and toggling between five different speeds (up to 28mph maximum).
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- Hide smart AC outlet: It goes without saying that light switches have become a thing of the past since the launch of Philips Hue and Alexa. It’s high time for the electric socket to also get a makeover. The Hide is going to be debuting in the US for the first time at CES 2020 – it is an AC outlet with a secure cover that makes plugs and sockets less of an eyesore.
- Air Selfie AIR PIX: This new decade will introduce us to Cue selfie drones. Air Selfie AIR PIX (so far the smallest and affordable aerial camera) (US$100/UK£76/AUS$146) comes fresh from winning a 2019 CE Week ‘Best in Show’ award. This tiny 52g device has turbo fan propellers to lift-off to 20m, enough for in-app control of selfies.
- Caremitou ‘e-health house’ for cats: Cue Caremitou is a ‘connected’ litter box from France-based NovandSat SAS that weighs your cat, records how many times it visits the litter box, and even takes urine samples. It’s the latter feature that sets it apart from others since it’s got two litter boxes, one green and another is blue. Remove the green one when you need to catch your cat’s wee for analysis. The blue one analyses it and allows you to keep track of your pet’s various illnesses.
- BassMe wearable subwoofer: BassMe is designed for game consoles, VR gaming, smartphones and tablets, and home cinema. It has been designed to overcome the limitations of bass through headphones. It is a soft-touch contraption that sits on the chest and takes bass straight to the body. It’s a ‘personal’ subwoofer that’s just won a CES Innovation Award 2020 even before the start of the event.
- Livall Helmetphone BH51M Neo: Livall’s Helmetphone BH51M Neo for cyclists and e-scooter riders (US$169/UK£129/AUS$246) combines visibility with hands-free connectivity. It adds automatic front and rear LED brake lights for safe night riding with fall detection alert, voice navigation, stereo speakers, one-click to answer, indicator signals, smart lighting, anti-loss alarm, auto-off, SOS alarm, walkie talkie- being some other valuable features.
- Radisson Senstroke drum pads: Senstroke (US$175/UK£133/AUS$255) is a smartphone-enabled virtual drum kit that works by attaching sensors to a couple of drumsticks, and enables a drummer to hit anything.