Gadgets and tech have been enhancing day-to-day much faster in this era alluring the tech-lovers. In the aspect, technology showcased in CES 2021 awes the world by its futuristic innovations and smart features. CES is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association. Held in January at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Winchester, Nevada, United States, the event typically hosts presentations of new products and technologies in the consumer electronics industry. This year’s displays have more interesting elements in it, which is pit-pointed in the article.
GM’s Flying Taxi
General Motors is telegraphing that it, too, plans to join the burgeoning eVTOL air-taxi business -- and the company plans to do it in style. As part of its virtual CES expo, GM Exhibit Zero, the automaker on Tuesday revealed renderings and animations of a Cadillac-branded personal aircraft powered by batteries.
The sleek, electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft would be GM's first foray into aerial mobility, and the company says this four-rotor aircraft is powered by a 90-kWh battery to deliver speeds of up to 56 mph. Beyond that, details are scarce.
Ryzen 5000 Series Processors
AMD unveiled its Ryzen 5000 series mobile processors to power the next generation of laptops. The new Ryzen chips are built of “Zen 3” architecture, providing unparalleled performance and setting new standards of power-efficiency thanks to the 7nm process.
Several brands, including Asus, Acer, Lenovo, and Gigabyte, among others have announced gaming and commercial laptops with the new Ryzen 5000 processors.
LG Rollable Smartphone
At CES 2021, LG showed off some new footage of its super-secret new Explorer Project device, Rollable Smartphone. Although there wasn’t much other information divulged about the LG rollable phone, it definitely seems like it could be landing soon.
It’s also worth noting that retracting the displays results in a phone that offers something akin to a 16:9 screen rather than today’s 18:9, 20:9 and even 21:9 screen ratios. You can view an image below, courtesy of the outlet.
Toto Wellness Toilet
Poop is often forgotten or unconcerned the moment it is flushed down the toilet, but this firm intends on making you more informed about your stools with a neat concept device, that may be in market in the coming years. Toto’s Wellness Toilet is a smart toilet that can analyze your poop and intimate you if you are healthy or not. The toilet also connects with your smartphone via an app, that details you about your stool and in fact suggest you few healthy diets, to improve your digestion and be healthy.
Samsung Bot Handy Robot
One of Samsung’s most innovative products at CES 2021 came in the form of a robot butler rather than a super-large TV. The Samsung Bot Handy robot butler could help with tasks around the house like pouring a drink or putting dishes in the dishwasher. Unlike previous CES events, this time out, Samsung focused on bigger-picture technology as opposed to listing dozens of new products.
Razor’s Hazel Amplifier Mask
Razor makes a situational sensation with its new N95 facemask, to fight COVID-19. The mask equips an amplifier that sounds your voice, so that you need not be loud every time. Hazel mask is also transparent, to show your lip moments for a convenient talk and has LED lights on it.
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Lenovo’s AR Headset
Lenovo’s AR headset is being touted as the glasses of the future. The ThinkReality A3 headset is designed for enterprise consumers. It can handle up to five stereoscopic 1080p displays, sports an 8 MP RGB camera, and dual fish-eye cameras for room-scale tracking. It can also be plugged into a PC or select Motorola smartphones. The Lenovo ThinkReality A3 headset will be available in mid-2021.