The newest versions of LG's InstaView Door-in-Door refrigerator feature new slow-melting Craft Ice along with standard cubes and crushes to add new flare for homeowners as they host guests and serve up delicious alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
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Fitbit is adding four new wearable devices to its ever-growing line-up, along with a major redesign of its app that will further aid users in achieving their fitness and health goals.
1MORE, Inc. revealed its new Stylish TWS true wireless headphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, which will be bundled with the new Nubia alpha wearable phone with a flexible display.
While the latest versions of smart speakers like the Amazon Echo Dot and Google Home come in various attractive fabric finish options, Portland, OR-based Toast is offering further personalization through a selection of real wood sheaths that are specifically fitted for the devices.
Beats by Dr. Dre is launching its first collection of headphones as an official partner of the NBA, with several designs honouring various teams.
Monster is getting into the lighting business with a new line called Monster Illuminessecence that consists of colour-changing LED lighting products for the home.
Philips has managed to create a compelling selection of smart lighting products with its Hue lineup. But the Hue Sync is perhaps one of the most dynamic offerings the company has launched to date.
Dyson has developed a new version of its Pure Hot+Cool purifier, which adds new sensors, an LCD screen, better filtration, and heating capabilities.
Nikon has added two new cameras to its line-up: the Coolpix A1000 stylish and compact high-power zoom model with a built-in electronic viewfinder, and the Coolpix B600 compact digital camera that comes equipped with a high-performance 60× optical zoom NIKKOR lens.
Now that I've had a week to let the overload of tech goodies I saw at CES sink in, sift through my notes, photos, and digest all of the information, I've devised a list of 7items that were my favourite from the show.
This year's CES, as always, was chocked-full of plenty of goodies of all kinds, from small and clever gadgets, to massive flying vehicles and even a luxury yacht.