Innovative new gadgets from CES 2021 that are taking the world by storm
The Consumer Electronics Show, also known as CES, is one of the largest and most anticipated tech events in the world, and 2021 was no different. This year, the conference, which was held virtually due to the ongoing pandemic, showcased a range of innovative new gadgets that promise to change the way we live, work, and communicate. Here are some of the top gadgets from CES 2021 that are taking the world by storm.
LG’s Rollable Phone
LG kicked off CES 2021 with a bang, revealing their latest innovation, the LG Rollable Phone. As the name suggests, this smartphone is capable of expanding its screen to transform from a traditional phone to a tablet-like device. The OLED display of the phone is designed to expand or contract as required, giving users the ability to adjust the screen size, depending on their needs. This signifies a huge leap in terms of portable, flexible technology and has got tech enthusiasts excited.
Kohler’s Stillness Bath
Kohler, the leading bathroom products company, unveiled their Stillness Bath, which offers a high-tech approach to relaxation, wellness and self-care. Equipped with fog, light, and aromatherapy capabilities, this smart bath can be tuned to the user’s preferences. This high-end tub also features a built-in seat warmer and an adjustable neck pillow. A symphony played from the integrated speakers completes the luxury bathing experience.
Razer’s Project Hazel
As a response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Razer, known for their gaming technology, unveiled a high-tech mask called Project Hazel. This futuristic mask is designed to provide comfort and safety to the user while also featuring advanced technology such as a built-in microphone and high-quality speakers to help with communication, and a transparent design for lip reading and socialization. The mask also features a rechargeable ventilator for optimal air filtration, an LED light system that activates to help express emotion, and can disinfect itself when not in use. Razer’s Project Hazel has been a popular focus in the headlines for its innovation for gaming and safety both.
Samsung’s Bot Handy
Robotics also took a prime place at CES 2021 with Samsung’s intelligent home assistant called Bot Handy. This motorized robotic arm is designed to help with household chores. As explained by Samsung, the Bot Handy uses advanced AI algorithms to detect objects, grasp and move them with its seemingly delicate fingers. Whether you need it to fold clothes, sort utensils, or help carry your groceries, the Bot Handy can be your housemate and assistant for chores big and small.
CES 2021 showcased some of the most innovative gadgets and technological advancements in the world today. These products promise to make our lives simpler, more efficient, and more convenient. As we continue to learn and adapt to the fast-evolving technology, it is exciting to see what will come next year and build on this foundation of innovation.