Las Vegas technology show CES It is one of the most important tech events of the year. In fact, it is considered the largest exhibition of its kind. The event ended on Friday and the high-tech gadgets did not disappoint this year.
Tech giants and small startups showcased their full potentialFrom the most disruptive to the most ridiculous or weird propositions: from a retainer-type device that lets you scroll on your phone by moving your tongue Even a transparent television Or an artificial intelligence capable of cooking the perfect steak. A geek's paradise but also a chance to discover where the practical applications of this technological revolution lead.
Read on for a remarkable sampling of some of the most interesting products from CES 2024.
A $200,000 folding TV
For those interested and wealthy enough to own a television that looks like a work of art, the The 4K N1 was presented at CES 2024. An expensive purchase, but perfect for leaving your audience speechless.
The giant screen raises and expands in less than 90 seconds, making it functional in a variety of living spaces, the company says. The 137-inch model sells for $200,000Published as CNET. The 103- and 165-inch options cost $110,000 and $300,000, respectively.
A retainer that lets you scroll through devices by moving your tongue
If technology isn't useful, if it isn't useful to the people most likely to use it, it won't make sense. This invention is a giant step towards making life easier for people with limited or limited mobility.
It's about a A custom 3D printed retainer from AugmentalIt works like a Trackpad arm useless. Called the MouthPad, Augmental says it can help users with reduced mobility use cursors on digital devices by moving their tongue.
Rabbit r1, your personal pocket assistant
This The artificial intelligence assistant costs $199 And it's already sold out after being presented at CES.
The wearable device is the brainchild of tech startup Rabbit, called the Rabbit R1. It's designed to help people complete tasks that would normally involve opening an app on a smartphone or using a computer.
With R1, Rabbit offers a new way to order food or search for any random question you can think of.. The company claims to have sold 10,000 units within 24 hours of its launch.
LG's transparent OLED TV
If you were previously fascinated by folding television, the ultimate surprise is the transparent television seen so many times in science fiction movies. Well, this is already a reality. It's from LG and the OLED model turns „practically invisible” when turned off.
This technology is amazing It is wireless and can be set up to look like a digital fish tank or fire when turned off. LG says its transparency and customization can help rooms appear larger or better fit into a variety of home decor aesthetics.
Seegrills AI Smart Grill
The company doesn't hesitate to confirm that this is the right grill. It's great because it costs $3,500 (retail price). It's powered by artificial intelligence and can cook a 1-inch steak perfectly in 90 seconds And four chicken breasts in a minute.
Users can download a mobile app to tell the grill what protein they're cooking, the temperature they want to cook it at, and how to burn it. Then, wait for the AI magic to happen as everything gets fried perfectly.
Anti-snoring technology pillow
Can't-miss innovations for sleep and relaxation. Snorers, you're in luck: This high-tech pillow will save your sleep.
The DeRUCCI Anti Snoring Pillow tracks your snoring symptoms. If it detects any, it will adjust the position of your head slightly to try to stop the snoring. A great find, especially if you have sleepers and snorers nearby.
iPhone case with keyboard
Connect your iPhone to a BlackBerry-style keyboard Clicks, this new device was presented at CES 2024.
Available in bright yellow or dark gray, the phone case attaches to your phone and mimics the physical keyboards on older phones. The only question, of course: Should the iPhone be bigger than it already is? It depends on everyone's preference. This gadget-case costs $139 for the iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 15 Pro and $159 for the iPhone 15 Pro Max..
Polly is a Samsung robot designed by Pixar
We end with a miracle that can be common in homes in Spain and other parts of the world. When you watch the video, your desire to get it increases, but the price may put you off, although it is actually 1,800 euros.
It is called BaliSamsung's home assistant robot with artificial intelligence, It moves autonomously around the house to perform various tasks, from alerts to pictures on the wall or ceiling. You will love him very much. It handles everything from answering phone calls to sending you videos of what your pets are doing while you're away.