On the recent and perhaps, the biggest Consumer Electronics Show (CES) yet, we witnessed some cool tech around the hectares of the show. Though I didn’t attended it personally, CES livestreams are all around the internet so I got to see what’s going on there at Las Vegas. Perhaps, these are the most cool tech we’ve seen at CES.
Note that this list is not in ranking, so please be guided.
1. Razer’s Project Valerie
Gaming with three 4K displays because why not? Razer’s concept design is perhaps one of the most talked about concepts of all laptops unveiled at CES. As mentioned, it has three displays, each running at a stunning 4K resolution, for a total of 12K (11520 x 2160). The process of unveiling the display and folding it is automated so you don’t have the hassle to fold it manually. Powered by NVIDIA GTX 1080, it enables the displays to support even the NVIDIA Surround View, which is, pretty darn cool.
More about Project Valerie Here: LINK
Did you ever wished that you can talk to your fridge? Now, it is undeniably possible. Powered by Amazon’s Alexa, this smart fridge enables you to automatically adjust the fridge’s power settings, play music or even order groceries with your voice. Sounds great right?
And, the fridge also has a panoramic camera built into its interior, which users can sync with an app to view inside the fridge while at the shops or at work. It also includes a 29″ touch display which lets you see what’s inside without opening the door, and enables you to do more, even surfing the net. – with their webOS installed.
More details: LINK
The picture above describes how it works. A universal remote that knows what smart device you are pointing at.
4K? Nah, it’s 2016. Now, it’s 2017 and let’s welcome the first 8K monitor because, why not?
More details here: LINK
Maybe you are wondering how do they fit all the other parts on that thickness? It’s because the parts are on the soundbar-like device below, which connects the TV to it’s speakers and other necessary parts, leaving your wallpaper right there.
More like the Instax, but Polaroid, which many thinks are dead, is back with a no-compromise “instaprint” camera.