CES 2024 has finished: What's new

CES 2024 has finished: What's new
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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 is an annual event that takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, showcasing cutting-edge innovations that promise to redefine our digital landscape. From revolutionary gadgets to groundbreaking advancements in AI and connectivity, CES 2024 has left enthusiasts and industry experts alike buzzing with excitement. Let's dive into some of the most exciting highlights:

Home & Entertainment:

  • Samsung Electronics introduced a new version of its AI home companion robot Ballie. This adorable rolling companion has been revamped with new advanced features to help users intelligently navigate their lives. He acts as a personal home assistant, autonomously driving around the home to complete various tasks. Ballie can follow you around, take photos, and even control smart home devices.
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  • LG's Signature OLED T TV: This transparent TV is a game-changer for home entertainment. When turned off, it seamlessly blends into your wall, and when activated, it delivers stunning visuals.
  • Rabbit R1 AI-powered Action Model: This interactive figure can learn your movements and perform them back to you, blurring the lines between toy and training partner. The device, priced at $199, features a 2.88-inch touchscreen, a rotating camera, a scroll wheel/button for navigation, a 2.3GHz MediaTek processor, 4GB of memory, and 128GB of storage. The R1 runs on Rabbit's operating system, Rabbit OS, which is based on a "Large Action Model" that acts as a universal controller for apps. The device can control music, order a car, buy groceries, send messages, and more through a single interface.
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Mobile & Computing:

  • ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED: This foldable laptop boasts a massive 17.3-inch OLED display that folds flat, making it the ultimate portable workstation. The Zenbook can be folded at 120 degrees and used with the Bluetooth keyboard - a way to still enjoy its 17.3-inch display in full - or by making the bottom half of the display act as a virtual keyboard. It runs on Windows 11 and is powered by Intel's i7-1250U processor with 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM. Graphics are handled by Intel's Iris Xe. There's a 1TB M.2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD - the latest and fastest storage around.
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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano Gen 3: This featherweight laptop weighs under 2 pounds but packs a punch with its powerful Intel Core i7 processor and long battery life.

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Health & Wellness:

  • Withings Body Scan: This smart body scanner provides a detailed analysis of your body composition, including muscle mass, fat percentage, and bone density. It can simultaneously measure body temperature, pulse and oxygen level in the blood, display a cardiogram on the screen and analyze the condition of the lungs. The developers assure that BeamO can do all this very quickly - a minute or two for all indicators. The device is charged from USB-C and is synchronized with the Withings Health Mate application, which stores data and allows you to assess the state of a person's health in dynamics.
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  • L'Oreal HAPTA: This smart hairbrush uses haptic feedback to guide you through proper brushing techniques, helping you achieve healthier hair.
  • Moona: This smart mattress adjusts its temperature and firmness throughout the night to optimize your sleep cycle.

CES 2024 was a whirlwind of innovation, offering a look into a future where technology is even more seamlessly integrated into our lives. From AI-powered assistants to mind-bending displays, these advancements promise to make our lives easier, more enjoyable, and perhaps even a little bit stranger. With so much on display, one thing is for sure: the future of tech is looking bright, and we can't wait to see what CES 2025 has in store.