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After two years of virtual displays (again, courtesy of COVID-19) and halls that were only partially filled, the Consumer Electronics Show returned in 2023 with a bang in its original configuration.
The biggest and smallest names in consumer technology gathered in Las Vegas from January 5 through January 8 to showcase their products.
Even though it was organized at the beginning of the year, we are confident that no industry event in 2023 will be bigger than this.
Never fear if all of this has slipped you by in a cloud of back-to-work blues and holiday regrets.
We’ve come to summarize CES 2023 in the only manner we know how: with a concise shortlist.
So, these are the greatest things we saw at CES 2023. Or, as we like to refer to them, incredible futuristic inventions that have already available…
1. LG Signature M3 wireless OLED TV
TVs can be made out of rolled molds, slate and bright – when they are brought home and assessed, or they can still be cast from solids.
A huge (and almost certainly expensive) 97-inch OLED TV with only one cord for power.
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2.Afeela EV prototype
Just under a year ago, Japanese conglomerates Sony and Honda announced a collaboration to develop an electric vehicle, and at CES 2023 they finally showcased their shared vision.
Afeela is the name of both the company’s new electric vehicle brand and the first prototype exhibited at the event.
The Afeela has 45 cameras and sensors strategically placed around and in the vehicle, as well as a dazzling ‘Media Bar’ light strip wrapped around the front.
Perhaps most intriguing is that Sony Honda Mobility has hired Epic Games of Fortnite fame to help with Afeela’s augmented reality (AR) user interface.
3. Nowatch faceless health tracker
Would you buy a watch that doesn’t show the time? The Nowatch presents a compelling case for doing so, arguing that current smartwatch alerts and program tracking capabilities are a substantial contributor to stress.
For this reason, NoWatch’s capabilities are limited to brief health monitoring, including sweat gland monitoring with Philips Electrodermal Activity Biosensing technology.
The Nowatch offers a range of alternative jewels in lieu of the display, so you can still make a dramatic fashion statement with this ageless (literally) wristwatch.
4. Samsung Bespoke Home smart kitchen
At CES 2023, Samsung showcased its vision of a semi-automatic smart kitchen. A smart oven with internal cameras that can monitor, recognize and change the cooking times of food was one of its smart Bespoke Home products.
This is all handled by a smart fridge with a vertically mounted 32-inch touchscreen display that can stream picture-in-picture movie material as you plan your meals.
You can order your goods using the Amazon Your Essentials app, choose recipes based on what’s in the fridge, and have your wonderful hub set up that smart oven automatically.
5. Acer eKinekt BD 3 bike desk
Forget standing desks; Acer is here to help get your sedentary in shape for the new year.
The eKinekt BD 3 Bike Desk effectively combines a stable work surface with a stationary bike.
You can pedal quickly with your legs while typing with your fingertips.
This isn’t a new concept, but what it is is that any kinetic energy created by your pedal stroke is used to charge your laptop and phone. Healthy and energy efficient – just what we need in 2023.
6. Samsung Flex Hybrid foldable laptop screen
As usual, Samsung was a significant presence at CES 2023. While there were several finished goods on exhibit, arguably the most fascinating piece was a prototype component.
The Flex Hybrid laptop display folds at one end and slides out at the other. As a result, you may choose between a small 10.5-inch screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio and a bigger 12.4-inch screen with a wider 16:10 aspect ratio.
There were no associated devices on exhibit to demonstrate this technology, but the laptop industry should become more adaptable in the next year or two.
7. BMW’s colour-changing car
If you change your mind as frequently as your socks, a color-changing automobile is for you.
This BMW idea was one of the biggest ‘wow’ moments at CES, with a demo displaying a car operating like a chameleon, quickly changing color and pattern.
All of this is possible because to the power of E Ink, which covers a prototype automobile called the BMW i Vision Dee. Expect the technology to make its way into cars in the near future, but it’s a beautiful view into the future of smart cars, and BMW has promised full-windscreen heads-up displays in some of its vehicles by 2025, which is just as stunning.
8. Motorola ThinkPhone
The Motorola ThinkPhone, which draws both the branding and distinctive style from the iconic IBM (now Lenovo) ThinkPad laptop series, was perhaps the most intriguing smartphone on show at CES 2023.
This debt to the omnipresent laptop brand, however, goes beyond the surface, with a strong corporate emphasis that includes mobile device management (MDM) software, a military-grade carbon fiber structure, and Motorola’s Ready For productivity package.
What’s the bad news? Because of the ThinkPhone’s commercial focus, it is unlikely to be the type of phone that you can easily pick up from Amazon or sign up for at your local phone shop.
9. Nanoleaf’s automatic-changing lights
Nanoleaf is one of our favorite smart light manufacturers, so seeing a new product from them is always exciting.
Its latest products, the Sense+ Smart Light Switch, the Sense+ Wireless Light Switch, and the Nala Learning Bridge, appear to be the smartest yet, as you don’t need to establish schedules for your smart lights.
This new configuration will gradually learn your light-based routines and automatically modify the brightness and color of your home’s lights.
10. Shiftall advanced VR tracking
Shiftall, a Panasonic-owned company, presented its contribution to the stalled VR market at CES 2023.
The Mutalk is a little (OK, extremely) ridiculous-looking Bluetooth microphone that you wear over your lips to keep your unsavoury shrieks private.
Meanwhile, the Haritora X Wireless offers to monitor your full body in SteamVR applications, with four wearable bands tracking your legs and chest.
The Flip VR hand controller, which straps across your palms and allows you to free up your grip for other tasks, handles hand movement.