New Gadgets at CES 2020

Wednesday, January 8, 2020 - 15:39

As the world's gathering place for consumer technologies, CES is the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.

According to the cnet reports, here are some of the new gadgets presented in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which started on January 7 and ends on January 10, 2020.

The Wall MicroLED TV

Samsung's suitably named Wall MicroLED TV spans 292 inches, making it the largest TV we've seen at CES. For something slightly smaller, the display comes in 88-, 93-, 110- and 150-inch sizes.

Galaxy Note 10 Lite

With a sizable 6.7-inch screen and 4,500-mAh battery, Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 Lite looks to be a workhorse of a phone. The Note 10 Lite will come with a headphone jack, three cameras on the back -- main, telephoto and ultrawide-angle lenses at 12 megapixels each -- and a stylus. No pricing or release date, yet.

The OnePlus Concept One

If the sight of a camera lens on the back of a phone bugs you, this the device for you. The OnePlus Concept One uses special glass that can tint the lens of the rear cameras. When you're not using the cameras, the glass is opaque and black. When you're ready to snap a photo, the glass turns transparent and the cameras are visible.

TCL 5G foldable phone

One more from TCL. This foldable prototype could come out later this year. The eye-catching phone will, when open, offer a 7.2-inch screen and cost less than the $1,500 foldable Motorola Razr flip phone.


We already knew a bit about the upcoming PlayStation 5: It will use an AMD chip that has a CPU based on the third-generation Ryzen. It'll have eight cores of the seven-nanometer Zen 2 microchip. It will support 8K and use a custom version of Radeon's Navi line. We were hoping to see it this week. Instead we got the new logo and a release date (sort of): next holiday season.

Charmin Rollbot

When you're, umm, indisposed and realize too late you're out of toilet paper, Charmin is ready to help. Using your phone, you can request that Charmin's bear-faced toilet roll robot fetch you a roll and bring it to you in the loo. We're curious how the robot spends its time between bathroom visits.

Y-Brush toothbrush

How much would you pay to give your teeth a good brushing in 10 seconds? For $125, you can get the Y-Brush, which promises to efficiently clean your teeth in 10 seconds -- 5 for the top and 5 more for the bottom. The Y-Brush resembles a sports mouthguard, bristling with tiny brushes that vibrate as they scrub.

PowerEgg X drone

The PowerEgg X drone from PowerVision is actually three devices in one: a tabletop selfie camera, a handheld camera and of course a drone. It can use facial recognition to keep subjects in the frame. And it includes waterproof accessories so it can fly in the rain.

Mercedes-Benz Vision AVTR

Coming out of a partnership between Mercedes-Benz and James Cameron -- the creator of the Avatar movie -- this concept car certainly looks like it would fit right in on the Pandora moon from the movie. The car can detect your pulse and sense your breathing, Mercedes said, to create a symbiotic relationship between you and the vehicle.

LG rollable TV

We've been waiting for this: LG's 65-inch rollable OLED TV was supposed to arrive in 2019, but LG says it will now come this year. Priced at $60,000, the TV will be flexible enough to roll up into a cabinet, and it will ship by the third quarter.

Dell foldable tablet

Phones aren't the only things you can fold. Dell is working on a large folding tablet prototype you can bend 90 degrees to have one half serve as an onscreen keyboard and the other half as the display.


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