Well, it’s time to look forward to a fresh foray of innovative new gadgets, all with the same goal: to keep us occupied from the fact that there is no meaning to life. The trending tech product companies – from the usual big players to fresh startups, and even those that aren’t even at that stage yet – are cooking up cutting-edge innovations to wow us in the coming months as we sit tightly for the next big industry changer to come along.
Here are some of the coolest tech products we came across on the CES showroom floor. Why wait? Grab the awesome tech gadgets of 2018 that you can buy right now!
L’Oréal’s UV Sense
L’Oréal’s UV Sense is a tiny sensor capable of detecting ultraviolet exposure that’s small enough to wear comfortably on your fingernail. The sensor itself is battery-free and includes an NFC antenna, a temperature sensor, and a UV sensor.
Lenovo Smart Display
Lenovo’s Google Assistant-powered Smart Display feels like a sleeker, more attractive Amazon Echo Show. Like Amazon’s touchscreen-enabled Echo, the Smart Display is a voice-activated computer with a screen for displaying supplementary information.
Honda 3E Robotics Concept
At CES, Honda showcased its 3E Robotics concept, which includes different robot companions designed to serve different functions. The company says it’s meant to support people by providing a sense of compassion and understanding.
Samsung’s “The Wall” TV
Samsung says users can alter the size & shape of The Wall so that TV can function as a multipurpose display. The TV displayed what looked like a smaller TV in the center of the screen, while the surrounding area was set to blend in with the wall the TV was mounted on.
My Special Aflac Duck
My Special Aflac Duck has a very different but nonetheless important job: The interactive toy, developed by research and development workshop Sproutel, was created to provide comfort to children diagnosed with cancer.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and Yoga
Lenovo’s long-running ThinkPad lineup is getting some worthwhile new additions at this year’s CES. New ThinkPad computer includes a dazzling HDR display, a built-in webcam and far-field microphones for speaking to Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana.
Vuzix Blade Augmented Reality Glasses
The Vuzix Blade AR glasses will support Amazon Alexa so that users can ask for things like the weather and directions. The Vuzix Blade’s display sits more prominently in the wearer’s view than Google Glass and looks much more colorful.
There are many times in which you may want to watch movies or TV shows on a much larger screen when a TV isn’t nearby. That’s where the Movi smartphone comes in. This one of the trending tech product is an Android device with a built-in projector.
Philips’ headband isn’t designed to help you get more sleep. It’s meant to help you get the most out of your sleep. The Philips SmartSleep headset emits a tonal frequency to help you get the most out of your sleep.
Linksquare is a handheld device that allows you to scan and identify virtually anything — medicines, foods, drinks, fruits, or anything else composed of physical matter in a liquid or solid state. Linksquare can determine what it is made out of.
The Electron Wheel is designed to replace the front wheel of your bicycle and instantly transform it into a full-featured e-bike. It offers a wide variety of features – active hill assist, a top speed of 20 miles per hour, and a battery that provides you with up to 50 miles of range.
Uvify Draco HD racing drone
Uvify made a few upgrades, finalized the design, and actually launched the drone. You can finally get your hands on this beast now. All you need to know is that these can hit 100 mph in the blink of an eye, and boast a modular design will let you swap out subcomponents as you want.