After an online exhibit in 2023 and a controlled in-person event in 2022, CES was back to its previous glory this year. The tech exhibit saw everything from rolling foldable displays to flying cars. Now that the event has finally concluded, here are some of the interesting highlights from CES 2023.
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Konkoni Sota – World’s fastest 3D printer
Slow printing speed is one of the factors keeping 3D printers from becoming more commonplace. This may be for long though, as we saw a hyper-fast 3D printer make its debut at the CES 2023. With a maximum printing speed of 600mm/s and acceleration of 21,000mm/s2, the Konkani Sota is the world’s fastest 3D printer. The inverted design implemented on this printer brings exceptional stability with minimal vibration. This also makes the Sota one of the quietest 3D printers around, with less than 30 decibels of printing sound.
Earable Frenz Brainband
Deep tech company Eartech Neuroscience launched the Frenz Brainband at this year’s CES. The Frenz Brainband uses neurofeedback signals and stimulates your brain accordingly to enhance your sleep. Not only that, but it also helps with focus and relaxation using bone-conduction speakers. The Frenz Brainband can be reserved at the product website, and the company will be delivering orders starting February 2023.
Samsung’s The Premiere Projector
CES 2023 saw a range of TVs from the top brands across the spectrum. However, Samsung also brought something extra in the form of The Premiere, its updated 8K projector. While there’s no 8K content available right now, The Premiere is capable of upscaling 4K images to 8K. Unlike traditional projectors, you dont need to place The Premiere at a distance from the screen. Simply place the projector box a few inches from the screen at a suitable height, and it will project impeccable images with the help of its specially designed lenses.
JBL Tour Pro 2
Among all the TWS showcased at CES 2023, the JBL Tour Pro 2 stood out with its touchscreen ‘smart’ case. The 1.4-inch LED touchscreen display on the charging case lets you control essential functions like ANC modes, equaliser, and volume while also showing the battery level. You can also get certain notifications from your phone, although you won’t be able to expand the details.
Lenovo Yoga Book 9i
Lenovo’s new Yoga Book 9i runs on the Intel Evo platform and comes with a dual-screen display for greater productivity. The Yoga Book also offers multi-mode functionality and superior entertainment options, featuring innovative software designed in collaboration with Microsoft. The two 13.3-inch 2.8K OLED PureSight displays offer 100% DCI-P3 colour accuracy and Dolby Vision HDR.
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These were some of the major highlights, announcements, and interesting gadgets from CES 2023. Make sure you read our daily round-up articles for all the important releases that came out of the exhibit. What were your favourite tech products and trends at CES this year? Let us know in the comments!
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