The ongoing CES 2019 saw a number of exciting gadgets ranging from LG’s rollable TV to Uber’s upcoming flying car and even a literal wall-sized television by Samsung. Here, we list down all the cool gadgets that were launched at the tech show that you should know about:
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LG Signature OLED TV R
One among the biggest highlights of CES 2019 is the rollable TV by LG. The much-talked-about OLED rollable TV will be going on sale this year. However, the price of the product has not been announced yet. As the name suggests, the television can be rolled down and be made to disappear when we aren’t watching it. So, if you buy it, you wouldn’t have to look at a big black box in your living room at all times.
Bell Nexus – Uber flying car
CES 2019 also saw what Uber’s flying taxis would look like. The company has partnered with Bell Nexus which showcased the upcoming flying taxis that Uber will be launching. These will be tested in 2020 and before they get launched in various countries. However, as of now, the year of launch is not certain.
Mercedes-Benz Vision Urbanetic concept
Mercedes-Benz made a statement at the CES 2019 with its Vision Urbanetic concept car. A lot of technology has been used to make the car stand out. Mercedes-Benz Vision Urbanetic is autonomous and modular. However, the car is just a concept right now and there is no word on when it will become a reality.
Honor View 20
Honor View 20 was unveiled in China last month and is set to be launched globally in Paris on January 22. However, the smartphone also made an appearance at the CES 2019. The key highlight of the device is that it comes with a cutout selfie camera on the top left of its display and provides a full-screen experience to the user. You can read the complete specifications of the smartphone here.
LG 8K OLED TV
The rollable TV wasn’t the only device by LG that managed to make heads turn at CES 2019. The company also launched the LG 8K OLED TV which does an amazing job at offering the top-notch video quality with the massive images that are projected on the screen. As of now, there is no word on the pricing of the television, but expect it to be quite expensive.
Motorola Halo Baby Monitor
Motorola’s new monitor comes with a 1080p camera can be connected to the side of your baby’s crib or cot. It then hangs over the top, so you don’t really have to be in the same room to keep an eye on your child. The monitor also comes with infrared night vision of up to 10 meters and can project virtual light mobiles. The device can be picked up at $249 and if you also pick the monitoring screen, you will have to spend $299.
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Samsung ‘The Wall’ TV
South Korean technology giant is back with The Wall. If you were impressed with the 146-inch ‘The Wall’ TV that Samsung showcased last year at Consumer Electronics Show, we don’t know how you’ll react when we tell you that the company unveiled a 219-inches television this year. The television is also available in a smaller 75-inches size and has support for Google Assistant as well as Amazon Alexa. The pricing of the device has not as yet been specified yet.
Garmin Vivoactive 3 Verizon
Garmin unveiled its first LTE fitness watch at CES 2019. The smartwatch comes with some safety features that are worth mentioning including a technology similar to Apple Watch 4’s fall detection. You can even download and play music of your choice on the smartwatch. While there is no word on the pricing of the watch year, we are hoping to find out more about it in March
Jabra Elite 85h
Jabra Elite 85h is a pair of wireless headphones by the company and it rivals some leading models from Bose and Sony. The headphones come with eight microphones, has noise-cancelling technology and supports Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. The expected pricing of the headphones is $300.
HP Omen X Emperium 65 big format gaming display
HP’s new offering is a 65-inch gaming display that brings gaming-quality performance to the big screen. The display comes with a refresh rate of 144Hz and supports HDR. The gaming display will start shipping in February this year and is priced at $5,000.
Samsung Q900 8K TV
Samsung last year announced its 85-inch Q900 8K TV. And at CES 2019, it announced a bigger 98-inch screen variant. So if you are someone who would love to have a home theatre experience, this can be a perfect pick for you. However, there is no word on the price and availability of the device yet.
Matrix PowerWatch 2
Matrix Industries’ latest fitness smartwatch, PowerWatch 2 has one speciality – it only runs on solar power and body-generated heat. It can be used to track heart rate, count steps, and is 200-meter water resistant. It can be pre-ordered now at Indiegogo for $200. After it gets launched, it will be available for $499.
Samsung Space Monitor
Samsung’s Space Monitors are available in two sizes – one comes with a 27-inch display and the other with a 32-inch screen. They can clamp back to the workspace and sit against the wall when you aren’t using them and when you need them, you can pull them down to any level to begin using. While the 27-inch monitor is priced at $400, the 32-inch costs $500. Both the models will be shipped in March.
Asus ZenBook S13
Asus ZenBook S13 has a 13.9-inch LED display and comes with a reverse notch and thinner bezels that give it an all-screen experience. The device is powered by Nvidia GeForce MX150 GPU and comes with up to 16GB of LPDDR3 RAM and 1TB of SSD storage. The pricing of the laptop has not yet been revealed.
Samsung Notebook Odyssey
This is the gaming laptop by Samsung and it has an all-metal body and a brand-new heating system. The company has housed top-notch internals in the gaming notebook which will be going on sale in early 2019. However, right now there is no word on the pricing of Samsung Notebook Odyssey.