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  1. 1. CES 2016 New Trends & Innovations Prepared by Kevin Huang Jan 9, 2016
  2. 2. Page  2 Drones 3D printers Smart(er) homes IoTs Crazy cool cars …and driving gadgets galore Top trends of CES 2016
  3. 3. Page  3 Virtual reality Wearables Wireless everything 4K is beyond TVs Wireless speaker & soundbars
  4. 4. Page  4 Drones are so HOT
  5. 5. Page  5 Weighing 1280gms, the Phantom 3 4K relies on Wi-Fi and not the Lightbridge video downlink system. The Phantom 3 4K will cost $999. The drone packs in Intel's RealSense technology which means that it will be able to avoid collisions. The Typhoon H also has a 4K CGO3+ camera and is able to capture 12MP images thanks to the 360- degree gimbal camera. The Typhoon H will be released in H1 2016 and be priced at $1,799.
  6. 6. Page  6 Bebop 2 is compatible with Parrot Skycontroller Black Edition, an optional RC-like remote control enables an extended Wi- Fi range up to 6 561 feet*! For an extreme experience, the Skycontroller connects via HDMI with the latest generations of FPV glasses (First Personal View). Acting as a co-pilot, a user can enjoy an immersive view of the flight and see live telemetry information, as if he were seated in the Bebop 2.
  7. 7. Page  7 (click to watch the video) The Disco can also be used to orbit a point of interest on the ground in “Loiter” mode, and can fly for around 45 minutes at a top speed of 50 mph, which is rather remarkable. You can set up waypoints for the Flight Plan mode, and the drone can return home with the help of GPS. Obviously the drone has a camera, which records full HD video, takes 14-megapixel stills and offers access to a first-person flying mode that lets you see exactly what the drone sees from up in the sky. You’ll need special glasses to enjoy that type of VR experience, however.
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  9. 9. Page  9 This supersized drone will fly you to work (or anywhere) Avegant, which makes the Glyph, describes it as a $599 "personal theater" headset that’s worn in conjunction with the drone, to give you a new form of virtual reality. (click to watch the video) The Lily Camera drone is basically a solid camera which can film and trace you when on the move. A "throw-and- shoot camera" that is waterproof and capable of recording 1080p at 60fps and 12 megapixels stills, Lily Camera is easy to operate. It is priced at $799 Winner of the CES 2016 Innovation Award The $199 drone made by ONAGOfly can automatically follow its owner, recording high-definition video as it goes.
  10. 10. Page  10 3D printer makes your imagination come true
  11. 11. Page  11 A 3D-printed stormtrooper lands at CES 2016 3DSYSTEMS has the best booth in this category This spacecraft prototype was 3D printed from actual an asteroid that was, pulverized, powdered and processed on the new 3D Systems ProX DMP 320 metals 3D printer. (click to watch the video)
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  14. 14. Page  14 Your home is getting smarter
  15. 15. Page  15 Honeywell debuts Lyric Round thermostat for HomeKit Netatmo outdoor security camera Bring your own bulb to HomeKit with the iDevices Socket Startup Kuna is known for its series of outdoor security cameras that are built into porch lights. The newest smart fan from Big Ass Solutions Withings Thermo is a Wi-Fi smart thermometer that doesn't need to go inside you LG's all-in-one security device fits snugly under ADT's Canopy
  16. 16. Page  16 Delta's leak detector doesn't need a hub Smarter wants to update your kitchen Smarter Fridge Cam Smarter Mats Smarter Detect It wouldn't be CES without a smart fridge or two, and LG didn't disappoint this year. The 'Signature' Fridge has a panel that reveals what's in your fridge, and the door automatically opens when you step near it Parrot’s self-watering pot for houseplants.
  17. 17. Page  17 Hydrao was demonstrating a connected shower head that can alert you when you're using too much water. Kwikset had a new door lock FirstAlert’s OneLink environmental monitor and thermostat Hiku, a smart household shopping tool that allows you to scan and use voice commands to instantly add items to your grocery list. Keen Home’s Smart Vent product allows the user to regulate temperature room-by-room Halo Smart Labs, a company reimagining the role of the smoke alarm and changing how emergency communications reach us. Bartesian makes colourful drinks for grown-ups
  18. 18. Page  18 Perfect for urbanists with green thumbs, Opcom's modular hydroponic farm comes equipped with sensors and a panoramic camera for tracking temperature, humidity, and water quality. Users can tinker with these variables from their smartphone or tablet. Whirlpool set up a high-concept vision for the connected kitchen of tomorrow, including a scanner that swipes groceries and displays their health information on a backsplash, and an in-sink dishwasher for small loads. Bosch brought to CES a holistic smart home system that can be governed centrally via a single platform and smart controller. Lighting, shades, smoke alarms, windows, and other features work in concert to deliver efficiency, convenience, and security.
  19. 19. Page  19 Internet of things for everywhere
  20. 20. Page  20 Microsoft collaborated with Samsung to demonstrate scenarios enabled by the company's vision for the Internet of Things (IoT) with Windows 10. (click to watch the video)
  21. 21. Page  21 Keezel personal VPN device TP-LINK’s SR20 Smart Home router NETGEAR’s Nighthawk X4S AC2600 Smart Wi-Fi Router Linksys AC5400 tri-band Wi-Fi router with MU-MIMO D-LINK Wi-Fi smoke alarm alerts you when you’re not home D-LINK Unified Home Wi-Fi Network kit
  22. 22. Page  22 DASH wireless ear buds Qkey brings chip-and-pin security to online shopping Luma’s “surround Wi-Fi” INFLUX Wi-Fi router dock that boosts signal range Sengled smart LED lightbulbs double as speakers ETwater Unity monitors water usage
  23. 23. Page  23 Fasetto’s Link, a wireless data transfer device Smart heating system Tado has announced a partnership with AT&T in the US and Telefonica's O2 in the UK to allow it to make its connected system even smarter. Icontrol Networks' Piper is an AllJoyn-certified home control and awareness system that can work with other IoT devices. The Internet of Things Becomes the Location of Things (click to watch the video)
  24. 24. Page  24 Crazy cool/connected cars
  25. 25. Page  25 Faraday Future, the mysterious Chinese-backed electric car company, took the lid off its concept design at CES. The 1,000-horsepower FFZero1 incorporates a smartphone into the steering wheel and has an internet-connected dashboard. Toyota's FCV Plus is a prototype that speaks to the company's belief in a future with hydrogen- powered cars. Mercedes-Benz showed off its brand new Touch Pad steering wheel mounted sensors that allow the driver to effortlessly toggle through menu options for two HD screens. Tech or no-tech, the Ford GT - the official car of the 2016 CES show - managed to draw a crowd.
  26. 26. Page  26 The dashboard of the future Denso's dashboard of the future is quite something. Imagine sitting in front of this high-tech curved screen and the car adapting the display to you. For example, glance at the entertainment controls and they pop up. You can make selections with controllers built into the steering wheel so you never take your hands off the wheel. It also includes live feeds from rear-facing cameras. Smaller, better eyes for self-driving cars For a self-driving car to navigate it needs to be able to see and that's done with a laser-scanning LIDAR (light detection and ranging) unit. At CES, Velodyne introduced its third-generation sensor (in the front) that's small enough to be built into the wing mirrors of a car. This should mean an end to those spinning sensors that cover the top of prototype autonomous cars today. Toyota's self-driving car The Mobility Teammate Concept might have a clunky name but it's packed with technology that represents the future of Toyota's autonomous driving research. The company just committed US$1 billion to artificial intelligence and accessibility research and in doing made a serious bet on the direction of mobility. At CES it also announced it had hired away Google's Robotics chief to its new lab.
  27. 27. Page  27 A supercomputer for your car Nvidia's Drive PX2 is a powerful two-chip computer intended to sit at the heart of a self-driving car. The unit can process live feeds from video cameras and laser imaging so they can be processed by autonomous driving software. It's Nvidia's big push into automotive electronics and Volvo has already announced plans to use it. The latest in infotainment tech The entertainment system in Volkswagen's e-Golf Touch is built around a 9.2-inch touchscreen and comes with natural-feeling voice interactions and gesture control. It's also compatible with MirrorLink, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The "Keyword Activation" voice recognition allows drivers to control the system by saying “Hello Volkswagen” so no button pushing is required. Audi's dream of the future Audi's E-Tron Quattro is a fully electric sport utility vehicle concept that can drive itself through traffic jams and find parking spots. It has a futuristic dashboard that is full of curved AMOLED screens that replace the buttons and knobs in most cars. The car has movable panels that shift to make the vehicle more aerodynamic and Audi says it can learn driving patterns from its owner, but it is just a concept. Don't expect it soon.
  28. 28. Page  28 Ford announced a partnership with Amazon that connects Ford's Sync Connect with Amazon Echo, so users can tell Alexa to, among other things, start their car. From within the car, drivers can talk to Alexa and control their home as if they were standing right there in the kitchen making dinner. Volvo has teamed up with Microsoft to add an innovative new feature to its Volvo on-Call application that lets owners talk to their cars. (click to watch the video)
  29. 29. Page  29 BMW i Vision Future has 3D Air Touch Gesture Control, Touch-Sensitive Surfaces Volkswagen BUDD-e Electric Minivan The new Chevrolet Bolt Ford GT Electronics
  30. 30. Page  30 VR is becoming a reality
  31. 31. Page  31 The Vive Pre is still a headset, which is cabled to a desktop PC, along with two wireless, handheld controllers and two laser-positioning boxes. But performance has been improved all around from the first Vive developer units. Rift is now available to pre-order for $599 USD* on Oculus.com and it will ship to 20 countries** starting March 28.
  32. 32. Page  32 The PlayStation VR is prevalent on Sony’s signs at CES, it appeared briefly in the videos shown during Hirai’s presentation and there are demo units at its booths, but no new information was officially released. (click to watch the video)
  33. 33. Page  33 IonVR headset can use Realsense cameras to put a layer of VR over the world around you - IonVR’s headset is currently available for $229 Speck announces collapsible pocket VR viewer DigiLens helmet adds augmented reality view for motorcyclists The Merge VR Goggles, available for $99, are a low- cost virtual reality headset that work with both the iPhone and Android smartphones. Mobile VR headsets are seen by many as a gateway to virtual reality for casual consumers.
  34. 34. Page  34 Sennheiser's 3D audio will finally make VR complete - immersive sound is the better half of virtual reality. Kodak's 4K action cam shoots VR-ready videos (in a pair) - a single camera costs $499, while the double-pack is priced at $899. Compared to Google and GoPro's $15,000 Jump rig, it's certainly a more wallet- friendly option for early VR content creators. In an effort to be accepted on the VR bandwagon, HP is collaborating with HTC to ensure its Envy Phoenix PC is properly optimized for the HTC and SteamVR-powered Vive headset.
  35. 35. Page  35 More new wearables
  36. 36. Page  36 Misfit shows off Specter fitness-tracking headphones Withings debuts Go with 8-month battery life, and the Go is set to cost $69 Fitbit reveals Blaze fitness tracker with color touchscreen Misfit launches compact Ray - it can be preordered today in black or rose gold colors, starting at $99.99 Polar ships iPhone-compatible Balance smartscale Garmin updates the Fenix 3 with heart rate and adds the Tactix Bravo watch Snuza Pico: A wearable for babies
  37. 37. Page  37 Mira’s new smart jewelry combines tech and high fashion You don’t need pills for motion and morning sickness anymore — just ReliefBand Available now for just $90 Run Rockets on display at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, creates wearable sensors for runners and skiers. Griffin has come out with a portable Apple Watch charger Under Armour and HTC have debuted a new all-in-one, connected fitness-tracking system called the UA HealthBox. The $400 system comes with a fitness tracker, a connected scale, and a heart-rate monitor, which all feed information into a smartphone app to give you a better understanding of your overall health. A smart belt called a Welt, that measures the wearer’s waist size, steps, time spent sitting down and eating habits.
  38. 38. Page  38 Samsung's sister company, Samsung C&T, has created a Smart Suit that lets you do things like exchange digital business cards. Razer Nabu Watch is a dual screen smartwatch with year-long battery life Casio's first Android Wear device is a crazy, rugged, outdoorsy smartwatch Sentio Solutions introduced an emotion tracker. The bracelet is called Feel. GreatCall Lively Wearable Designed to help both seniors and their families, the Lively combines Fitbit-like fitness tracking with an always-on emergency service. Worn on the wrist or as a necklace, it pairs with a smartphone to gauge and report activity.
  39. 39. Page  39 The OMbra, created by Canadian company OMSignal, contains biometric trackers within absorbent, breathable fabric to support and protect a woman's breasts during exercise. The sensors track the distance travelled, the effort exerted and cumulative fatigue over 14 days of exercise to help you better understand your body and fitness regime. The Oura, a wearable ring, is designed to track sleep much better than the fitness bands and watches we have today. It adapts to what you do during the day and measures sleep quality to provide advice on how to rest better. Shoes not smart enough for you? This Digitsole footwear connects to a smartphone app for automatic shoe tightening, calorie tracking and foot heating, as well as adjusting shock absorption. Not quite Back to the Future II, but pretty close. British company PitPat has designed a wearable fitness tracker for your four-legged friend. The PitPat clips onto your dog's collar and relays information from their daily activity straight to your smartphone. Huawei Watch Elegant and Jewel models bring serious bling to Android Wear.
  40. 40. Page  40 Wireless everything
  41. 41. Page  41 Dell’s wireless displays, which come in 23- and 23.8-inch sizes. Earin True Wireless Earbuds Impress at CES 2016 SanDisk's Connect Wireless Flash Drive Gets Capacity Boost to 200GB Onkyo's earbuds solve a lot of earin's problems Kube Systems Reveals Wireless Magnetic Resonance Charging Solution Incipio Unveils New Qi Wireless Chargers at CES 2016 Energous wattup wireless charging
  42. 42. Page  42 4K is beyond TVs
  43. 43. Page  43 Dell UltraSharp 30 4K OLED monitor HP’s new elitebook folio is a half-inch thick laptop with a 4k display Panasonic is releasing a 4K Blu-ray player in the US this year Philips reveals new 4K UHD Blu- ray player with HDR support Samsung's UBD-K8500 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player
  44. 44. Page  44 LG revealed that it will showcase its newest lineup of monitors and PCs at CES 2016. The OEM put a lot of effort into creating 4K QHD monitors for gaming, digital painting and cinematic entertainment, and a tiny powerful notebook. LG's 15U560 Ultra HD 4K laptop Panasonic also announced the Lumix DMC-ZS60, which has an 18-megapixel sensor, 4K video capability and 30x zoom. More prosumer camcorders able to shoot 4K videos this year
  45. 45. Page  45 The Nikon KeyMission360 is a tiny video camera that can shoot stunning 4K video in 360 degrees. That’s certainly something unique from action cameras, and all the more impressive for Nikon which had stayed away from this product category until now. Kodak has just refreshed its Pixpro action camera by launching a newer version called the SP360 4K, the obvious addition being 4K video support. This little cube is capable of near-360 video when used solo or you can pair it together and have full 360- degree video. The camera starts at $449 for a single unit or you can get a set for $899, which also includes a mount for shooting in 360-degrees.
  46. 46. Page  46 Multi-room speakers & soundbars
  47. 47. Page  47 Samsung’s new HW-K950 Soundbar is the company’s first to feature Dolby Atmos® technology, and the industry’s first soundbar package to include two Dolby Atmos®- enabled wireless rear speakers. The complete HW-K950 package delivers incredible 5.1.4-channel sound. At just 2.1” high, the HW-K950’s slim and sleek design uses three forward-facing and two upwards- facing speakers to produce a rich, full sound that is big enough to fill the room, yet detailed enough to deliver realistic, cinematic sounds, from an arrow shooting across the room to a hummingbird flying overhead. The Soundbar also connects wirelessly to the subwoofer and rear speaker units, for a practical and seamless solution in any living room. This also means that ceiling-fitted speakers are not required for moving, 3D audio.
  48. 48. Page  48 LG NP8350 LG has plans for three new sounders, the SH8, SH7 and SH6. Like the previous round of Music Flow speakers, the new sound bars sport Bluetooth , Google Cast, and Auto Music Play capabilities, along with a one-button setup to make connections easy. What's new with these three sound bars, however, is the addition of LG's Adaptive Sound Control (ASC) feature. LG says that ASC allows the speakers to automatically switch up sound settings to suit different media as necessary. (click to watch the video)
  49. 49. Page  49 Bang and Olufsen's BeoSound 35 is an 'all-in-one' soundbar - support for streaming services like Spotify and Deezer is integrated into the unit, it also supports Google Cast, AirPlay and Bluetooth connectivity. The BeoSound 35 carries a steep price, as it'll set you back $2,785 (€2,295/£1,745) when it arrives in April.
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  51. 51. Page  51 Sony is bringing that same hi-fi audio playback down to its Bluetooth speakers named h.ear.go, which the company is touting as the smallest speaker ever with hi-fi audio playback capabilities. The speaker will come in a number of different colors, and Sony says it will last 12 hours on a single charge. It also features one- touch NFC connectivity, and users will be able to combine multiple h.ear.go speakers to create surround sound using the SongPal app after a software update this summer.
  52. 52. Page  52 Ranging from compact up to larger sizes, the izzy speakers can be used to all play the same thing or split off for individual use. The izzy BM50 can play CDs and broadcast radio in addition to streaming Bluetooth audio from your mobile device. It has integrated speakers as well, so it can serve as the hub, if you will. And yes, you can beam CD audio and radio (and USB files) to all of the other izzy speakers in your setup. Philips isn't talking pricing just yet, but the izzy series is expected to arrive in May.
  53. 53. Page  53 The units have detachable speakers that can be used as either a stereo setup or separately for 5.1 surround sound "on demand." The top section of the E6's two front speakers can be removed and placed elsewhere, should the need arise. In addition to those, there's a wireless subwoofer to handle the low-end tones. To further improve sound quality, the Fidelio E6 offers spatial calibration tech for a more immersive audio experience and balanced sound. The system features HDMI and Blueooth connectivity as well support for Google Cast and Spotify Connect. Perhaps best of all, it's available now.
  54. 54. Page  54 The Fidelio Compact Soundbar is just what the name suggests: a slimmer audio gadget that takes up a lot less room than normal TV-friendly speakers. Despite its reduced space requirements, the soundbar still boats 320W of total power to play tunes from HDMI and Bluetooth AptX connections. There's a slim sub for accompany the soundbar as well, to ensure well-round audio. No word on pricing or availability just yet. For high-quality sound, Philips announced the Fidelio Soundbar with Dolby Atmos. The company says it packs 5.1 surround sound-like audio into this speaker and its companion sub. How? Well, the soundbar's 18 speakers have two modules that send audio upward so that what you hear comes from overhead. Pair that configuration with Philips' Ambisound tech and you're left with what the company calls a "3D sound experience." This duo has 400W of power and both HDMI and Bluetooth AptX connections. The sub has 220W itself and beams low- end tones 360 degrees to fill a room with sound.
  55. 55. Page  55 The Omni+ has picked up Google Cast support this year, to go along with streaming services including Spotify, Deezer, and Tidal. Harmon Kardon is among a number of growing competitors from the likes of Samsung and LG, and while the Omni+ hardware seems pretty decent, no one has been able to match the ease of use and number of streaming services available with Sonos just yet. The new line of Omni+ speakers will be available starting at $199 for the Omni 10+, $299 for the Omni 20+, $499 for the Omni 50+, and a staggering $999 for the OmniBar+, which even exceeds Sonos' drastically high price for a soundbar. Harman Kardon says the updated line of speakers will hit stores this summer. Harman Kardon has just announced an update to its Omni line of wireless speakers, the Omni+. Designed to compete with Sonos for the home audio market, has added a new speaker to its offerings with the Omni 50+ which is waterproof and can work outside in the elements. The company has also improved its high fidelity music streaming capabilities across the line of speakers, bumping the sample rate from 24- bit/96KHz to 24-bit/192KHz, which should please your favorite audiophile.
  56. 56. Page  56 The Reference Premiere HD Wireless speakers use the company's Reference Premiere acoustic platform along with an HD Control Center for lossless, wireless audio transmission using WiSA technology. The series includes tower speakers RP-440W ($999 each), monitor speakers RP-140WM ($999 pair), a center channel speaker RP- 440WC ($499 each), and a subwoofer RP-110WSW ($799 each) that are all modeled after the company's Reference Premiere series. In addition, the HD Control Center ($499 each) smart distribution hub "processes multi-channel inputs and distributes them wirelessly with transmission of up to 24 bit/96kHz." The Reference Premiere HD Wireless speakers will be available in March at Magnolia Home Theater and Magnolia Design Center stores. The company also announced five new soundbar models with HDMI and a Reference Premiere theater bar. Likewise, select models will use Play-Fi wireless technology for multi- room and wireless streaming audio.
  57. 57. Page  57 Naim Mu-so Qb Naim announced a smaller, cube-shaped version of its popular and critically acclaimed Naim Mu-so speaker at CES 2016. Despite being smaller in size however, the Naim Mu-so Qb doesn't compromise on performance with 300W of power from its five drivers on offer. You'll find microfibre dome tweeters, copper-capped mid-range drivers and two bass radiators that work with the 100W-amplifier-driven custom woofer. As less of the premium metal and materials are used compared to the original, the Naim Mu-so Qb will be cheaper at £595.
  58. 58. Page  58 PCs are still alive
  59. 59. Page  59 Razer Blade Stealth: A sleek ultrabook by day becomes a powerful gaming rig at night The brilliant piece of equipment here is the Core, which is a Thunderbolt 3 dock that can fit a full-size dual-slot PCI Express graphics card. The dock powers the Blade Stealth laptop over USB-C and has four additional USB 3.0 ports as well as an Ethernet port. The Core has a 500W power supply and can house high-end dual-GPUs that can consume up to 375W of power, Ars Technica explains. Obviously, you’ll be able to upgrade your graphics card as often as you’d like. A 12.5-inch IPS touchscreen with either 2560 x 1440 or 3840 x 2160 resolution, dual-core Skylake Core i7-6500U CPU, 8GB of 1,866MHz LPDDR3 RAM, PCI Express SSD, Intel dedicated GPU, and Thunderbolt 3 port with 10Gbps speeds. The ultrabook is 0.52 inches thick and weighs 2.75 pounds. One feature that also stands out is the backlit keyboard that has user-customizable RGB LEDs so that you can personalize the colors of your keys. The cheapest Blade Stealth will cost $999 in January when it launches, and will pack a 128GB SSD in addition to that 2K display. The 4K model has 512GB of storage and costs $1,599.
  60. 60. Page  60 Origin’s new all-in-one gaming PC Dubbed the "Omni," the machine packs quite a bit of customization for its class. The company's calling it the "world's most powerful and customizable" device of its kind, saying that there's room for up to an Intel Core i7 5960X processor and a 12GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X under its 34-inch Ultra-wide 3K display (3440 x 1440 resolution). This PC supports as much as 32GB of DDR4 RAM. Origin's stuffed its liquid cooling system into the machine as well. Want to take a gander at everything? You could even opt for a translucent back cover to show off the kit shoehorned in there.
  61. 61. Page  61 MSI's new Tobii gaming laptop lets you play games with your eyes Intel Compute Stick It's the PC on a stick that got even better. The non-traditional, experimental but super-portable PC still fits in your pocket and plugs right into a display's HDMI port, but now it packs a faster Intel Atom processor, two USB ports for a keyboard and mouse, and faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity. The PC stick lands at just $159 in the US. Lenovo launched a full scale gaming laptop developed with Razer called Lenovo Ideapad Y 900 in Las Vegas.
  62. 62. Page  62 LG takes a cue from Apple's gold MacBook with the Gram 15 HP's EliteBook Folio also introduced another Apple-inspired notebook design for CES 2016 Samsung, Lenovo, LG & HP show off copies of Apple TV, MacBooks at CES
  63. 63. Page  63 Some more cool gadgets/innovations
  64. 64. Page  64 Ziro, a motion-control system, uses a glove connected to a four-wheeled robot via Bluetooth to control the vehicle. Moving your hand, closing your fingers or turning your palm then moves the robot forward or back and lets it turn. One of the stars of Intel's press conference was the Ninebot Segway, an adorable part- robot, part-Segway. It functions as a slightly smaller Segway, but the adorable robot can be placed on top to obey commands and record video. Sphero's adorable BB-8 robot was one of the must-have toys over Christmas. but this new accompanying wristband can be used to control it instead of a smartphone. The Force Band lets you move your hand from side to side and front to back to control the BB-8 like a true jedi. The new 360fly camera shoots spherical video in 4K resolution.
  65. 65. Page  65 Nvidia's Drive PX2 is a supercomputer built for driverless cars that the company says will give self-driving vehicles the power they need to perceive and adapt to the road. Nvidia said it had the power of 150 Macbook Pros. Alarms don't get you out of bed? The $109 Sensorwake 'olfactory' alarm clock releases scents of ocean, lush jungle, croissant, coffee, chocolate or peppermint into the room to try to wake you up. SCiO, this cutting-edge food scanner from Consumer Physics, can instantly analyses pieces of food to see how many calories they have and their nutritional make-up. Tipron is a transforming robot projector that looks like a rolling eyeball Immersit's 4D motion device makes couch surfing a physical experience The Sengled Pulse Onion is on display at CES Unveiled, The device is a light fixture and speaker.
  66. 66. Page  66 New SUHD TVs Samsung’s 2016 SUHD television lineup features HDR displays with 1,000 nits of contrast and cover all sizes up to 89 inches. Galaxy TabPro S The new notebook features a smart design, lightweight build and a beautiful 12-inch Super AMOLED display with 2K resolution. The tablet itself is 6.3 millimeters thick and weighs just 693 grams, yet it packs a battery that can deliver up to 10.5 hours of usage per charge. (click to watch the video) Samsung adds a giant touchscreen and Amazon Echo to its new smart fridge Samsung's SUHD TV can control your smart home (click to watch the video)
  67. 67. Page  67 LG's rollable OLED display The new type of Wi-Fi is being called Wi-Fi HaLow (pronounced "halo") and will be an extension of the upcoming 802.11ah standard. The Wi-Fi Alliance intends to begin certifying HaLow products sometime in 2018, but the first of them may begin shipping shortly before then. HaLow is supposed to end up inside of fitness trackers, home sensors, security cameras, and an assortment of other single-purpose home gadgets. Sony Backlight Master Drive TV (Click to watch the video) Segway Personal Robot Project
  68. 68. Page  68 CES 2016 innovation awards
  69. 69. Page  69 Best of innovations
  70. 70. Page  70 Best of CES 2016
  71. 71. Page  71 HP EliteBook Folio G1 Fitbit Blaze GreatCall Lively Wearable SensorWake 4Moms Car Seat PetChatz HD With PawCall Source: http://goo.gl/sb0WFD Digitsole Smartshoe Bartesian Cocktail MachineVariowell Smart Bed Lego Education WeDo
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  74. 74. Page  74 Bang & Olusfen’s BeoLab 90 speakers Technics Sl-1200 turntable Segway advanced personal robot Kodak Super-8 camera Netatmo Presence outdoor camera naim Mu-so Qb wireless speaker LG Signature OLED G6 Samsung Notebook 9 Carl Zeiss smart glasses Parrot Disco Tag Heuer Connected Source: http://goo.gl/0QAJzh
  75. 75. Page  75 Source: http://goo.gl/ztJyN4 Best Gaming Laptop Razer Blade Stealth Best Business Laptop HP EliteBook Folio G1 Best Convertible Hybrid Laptop Lenovo Yoga 900S Best Tablet Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Best Phone Huawei Honor 5X Best Fitness Wearable Fitbit Blaze Best Health Wearable Mio Slice Best Smart Appliance Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator Best Television LG Signature OLED TV Best Home Theater Gear Dish Network Hopper 3 Best Gaming Gear Oculus Rift and Touch
  76. 76. Page  76 Best Drone Yuneec Typhoon H Best Action Camera Nikon KeyMission 360 Best Digital Camera Nikon D500 Best 3D Printer Mcor ARKe Best Car Farady Future FFZERO1 Best Concept LG Rollable OLED Display Best Prototype Seven Dreamers' Laundroid
  77. 77. Page  77 SCiO food scanner Hydrao Smart Shower Samsung Family Hub Smart Refrigerator Under Armour Gemini 2 sneakers Fitbit Blaze Code-A-Pillar Withings Thermo Smart Devices Cars & Drones Faraday Future FFZERO1 BMW AirTouch 3D Ehang passenger drone Chevy Bolt Source: http://goo.gl/IovZxt
  78. 78. Page  78 PC Tech Razer Blade Stealth Griffin BreakSafe Audio Technics SL-1200 turntable TVs LG 8K TV LG rollable displayHTC Vive Pre Cameras & VR Nikon D5 Kodak Super 8 camera Oculus Rift VR
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