Attractive three-story booths and teak nerd-filled auditoriums were replaced by highly produced livestreams and virtual pitches by officers dialing in from their home offices and kitchen tables. But in the end, it was still CES. Best of CES 2021: Epidemic technology, green technology, aerial cabs and robots.
We got our first look at what is likely to become some of the most popular TVs and laptops of 2021. We looked at ambitious ideas and concepts for products that might never come to market but might inspire future product designers to dream. And, of course, we were entertained by the usual robots, flights of imagination and head-scratching oddities.
One thing that would set CES 2021 apart forever was how many companies showed us their efforts to address the global pandemic in big and small ways. Cynics would say that some of it was pure marketing. But there was no doubt that some of the best minds in the tech industry are applying brain cycles to solve society’s problems and serve humanity.
Best of CES 2021:-
High-tech N95 mask from razor
Gaming company Razor featured a concept, called Project Hazel, for a high-tech face mask with active ventilation, a clear shield so you can see people speaking and a case that recharges the ventilator And charges the UV sanitization of the mask. It also has LED lights and looks like it is directly out of the sci-fi pages.
HP Dragonfly Max with a 5MP webcam
Among the powerful laptops at CES 2021, we noted the HP Dragonfly Max for its built-in tile tracker, its attractive blue design, and the fact that it includes an advanced 5-megapixel webcam with four wide-range microphones. Is just one of the new laptops. . In the age of Zoom, many people would welcome those upgrades.
At the first press conference of Best of CES 2021, we got a glimpse into a smartphone display that rolls upwards to expand the screen’s viewing area. Like the foldable phone, it looks surprisingly futuristic, but does not have a ton of obvious benefits. However, CNET’s Roger Cheng has confirmed that it was not just a concept, but a product LG is planning to bring to market in 2021.
Cadillac eVTOL Air Taxi
GM used CES to announce that it was transforming itself into an EV company. And, by far, the most interesting EV announced was the Cadillac eVTOL Air Taxi. It is a bigger drone than a flying car, but it is the kind of stuff that CES viewers love.
Samsung solar powered remote
The 800-pound gorilla from Samsung’s CES showed lots of new TVs, but what really caught our attention was something more simple – its new solar powered TV remote. No more replacing of alkaline batteries. Instead, you can flip the remote and charge it with a mini solar panel on the back (or plug it into a USB-C port).
LG Transparent OLED Display Concept
Talking about TV, LG had one of the most attractive demos of Best of CES 2021 as expected with its transparent OLED TV. While it is still a concept, LG showed some impressive scenarios of this technology away from hiding in train windows, restaurant partitions and footboards of a bed.
TCL TVs extend to 85 inches and 8K
People turning to TV will actually buy soon, TCL announced new 85-inch and 8K TVs. The popular TV manufacturer is likely to be competitive at cost and in 2021 make both 85-inch screens and 8K more affordable for a lot of people. This is obviously a great time for people to get 100% of their entertainment at home.
Nobi fall-sensing ceiling lamp
Senior citizens have been one of the most at-risk groups during the epidemic and one product to help them is what may be the smartest ceiling lamp we have seen so far, called Nobi. It uses sensors and AI for active monitoring and can detect falls and other risks and then send alerts. It even has a built-in smoke detector, an air quality sensor and a 4G SIM card in case of Wi-Fi malfunction.
Alarm.com Touchless Video Doorbell
Instead of pushing a button, this new doorbell from Alarm.com uses a doormat and AI to detect if someone has arrived at your door, and you will be able to access the camera and microphone through an app. Lets talk with them. It is a touchless system for the age of coronovirus.
Samsung Robot Butler (Bot Handy)
Surprisingly, at this year’s Best of CES 2021, the Samsung Keynote had a lot more robots than TVs or gadgets. One of the most intriguing was the Handy Robot Butler, who can help with tasks around the house and bring you something to drink. The demo video shows it taking dishes from the sink and loading them into the dishwasher. The laundry folding robot teased us a few years ago, so we did not see this kind of commotion from CES attendees.
Acer Chromebook Spin 514
The Chromebook has just become a center of education for many elementary and middle school students, a Best of CES 2021 product that many parents will appreciate is the Acer Chromebook Spin 514. It has a jet and tank body. With a Gorilla Glass screen and MIL-STD 810H1 compliance, it has received an indestructible vibe.
Kohler Touchless Toilet
Potty Humor came to CES over the years with more and more smart bathroom technology, and in 2021 Kohler didn’t disappoint with the toilet, which has a magic handle. Just bring your hand in front of the handle and it will flush on its own. Like the previously described touchless doorbell, it aims to reduce the spread of germs from common surfaces.
Samsung JetBot 90 AI
Another Samsung robot was its AI-powered vacuum cleaner that was loaded with LIDAR and cameras to make it smarter and more automated than traditional robot vacuum. The JetBot 90 AI also doubles as a revolving security camera to keep an eye on your pets and your home when you are away – when the day comes that we can all leave our homes safely again Huh.
Infinity game table
One of the funniest things at CES this year was the Infinity Game Table, which digitizes some of the world’s most popular board games on a touchscreen table. You can play digital monopoly against a family member or roommate and no one has to become a banker. You can also play online against other friends and family members if they have their own table.