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Thousands of products – from the useful to the bizarre – were unveiled at the massive tech trade show.
CES, the massive consumer electronic expo that takes over Las Vegas at the beginning of each year, launched over 20,000 products from more than 4,400 exhibiting companies in 2020. With more than 2.9 million net square feet of exhibit space, that’s a lot of new technology to sift through.
“This week at CES illustrated that every company is truly a tech company,” said Karen Chupka, executive vice president of CES. “Global technology brands blended with nontraditional tech companies to showcase how innovation is furthering business across all markets – setting the stage for the decade ahead.”
Tech companies showed off wall-sized TVs, laptops with foldable screens, driverless cars, meatless “Impossible Pork,” and much more. Here are a few of the gadgets that stood out, whether because they’re quirky, useful or a combination of both:
1. Samsung Ballie: Though it resembles a tennis ball, this gadget is actually a combination smart home device and robotic companion. Thanks to cameras and sensors, this “all-around life companion” can follow behind you – like a diminutive BB-8. The device can take photos, control smart home features and send you updates on your home when you’re away.
2. Prinker S temporary tattoo printer: A fabulous idea for brand activations and event marketing, this tattoo printer creates realistic-looking temporary tattoos in seconds. Users scroll through a companion app to choose a tattoo (or design their own) then pass the handheld printer over their skin to painlessly apply the ink, which lasts one to three days.
This smart temporary tattoo machine called “Prinker” is currently giving out tattoos that say “no ragrets” pic.twitter.com/b6C8ZHhBWR— Ed Zitron (@edzitron) January 9, 2020
This smart temporary tattoo machine called “Prinker” is currently giving out tattoos that say “no ragrets” pic.twitter.com/b6C8ZHhBWR
3. NURVV Run: These smart insoles are designed to help fix flawed running style. Each insole has 32 embedded sensors capable of capturing a wide range of running data, such as stride length, pronation, cadence and foot strike. After a run, that data is transferred to a companion smartphone app for analysis. The app then suggests ways to help runners avoid injuries and become stronger and faster during their runs.
4. Charmin RollBot: Charmin’s conceptual product – don’t expect to be able to purchase it anytime soon – is a rather cheeky marketing ploy. The RollBot can deliver a fresh roll of toilet paper to someone in distress, via smartphone control.
They really gonna call this "RollBot" and not "PooBear?" https://t.co/jkljS8kJM2— One Ring (doorbell) to surveil them all... (@hypervisible) January 6, 2020
They really gonna call this "RollBot" and not "PooBear?" https://t.co/jkljS8kJM2
5. Inupathy harness: Japanese company Langualess brought the Dr. Doolittle factor to CES. It Inupathy harness measures and analyzes your dog’s heartrate, using it to determine the canine’s mood. The harness changes color based on the animal’s mood, and owners can use the associated app to track their pet’s mood over time.
6. Y-Brush: If you though two minutes was just too long to devote to oral hygiene, rejoice. This smart brush is designed to clean all of your teeth in just 10 seconds – five seconds for the top and five for the bottom.
Tooth care is huge at #CES2020. This is Y-Brush, a vibrating full-mouth tooth brush that brushes all your teeth in 10 seconds. Apparently you spend 4x more time on each tooth. It uses regular toothpaste and is rechargeable. $129. Shipping now. #cesunveiled pic.twitter.com/zOUjdryIwt— Lance Ulanoff (@LanceUlanoff) January 6, 2020
Tooth care is huge at #CES2020. This is Y-Brush, a vibrating full-mouth tooth brush that brushes all your teeth in 10 seconds. Apparently you spend 4x more time on each tooth. It uses regular toothpaste and is rechargeable. $129. Shipping now. #cesunveiled pic.twitter.com/zOUjdryIwt