Bye, Bye 2015. Welcome CES 2016!
The biggest Tech event of the world, the Consumer Electronic Show (CES), finally came to a close a few days back. Although CES is the most awaited tech event around, frankly speaking this year’s event brought nothing exceptionally-new to the table.
The event brought in thousands and thousands of gadgets from startups to established tech giants. However, majority of the gadget, if not all, seemed like just another upgrade of their cousin products (like drones) that are already hovering in the market.
Regardless, for tech savvy consumers around the globe and not to mention the new startups that just need a little kick of inspiration to invent and present their own creation at the next event, CES 2016 unveiled many products that are worth discussing.
So, allow us to present the 7 best CES 2016 gadgets that although are not any sort of breakthroughs yet they still are incredibly-astounding.
Samsung KS9500 SUHD TVs
Samsung has always been a key player in the market when it comes to TVs, and this year is no different. At this year’s CES, Samsung presented its gigantic KS9500 Super Ultra High Definition (SUHD) TV that harnesses the power of Quantum Dots to offer a crystal clear and real-to-life picture quality.
LG’s Rollable Display
Last year we’ve witnessed ground breaking innovations in displays, especially the curved screens of HDTVs and smartphones. Looks like this year we’ve passed the curved point and enter into the “rollable” universe with LG’s new rollable display. Roll the display like a newspaper and you’ll find not even a single bit of distortion in the picture quality.
Don’t know why we added this cute little thingy to this list, but we did. As you can guess it by its name, Withings Thermo can instantly tell the temperature of any surface. The gadget will cost around $100, but not sure whether it would gain any traction in the market or not.
Samsung’s VR gear is making waves in the market along with Oculus Rift. At CES 2016, Samsung introduced the motion-controllers, Samsung Rink, which will add more stars to Samsung’s virtual reality gaming experience.
DAQRI Smart Helmet
We’ve always wondered, when will the superman-like x-ray vision will become a reality? Well, it seems like it will be in a few years or so. Intel partnered with a company known as DAQRI to step into the world of x-ray vision or more like close to x-ray vision. DAQRI smart helmet that offers advance Augmented Reality lets the users see inside object and analyze the mechanics while it is in operation.