CES 2018: Best tech products showcased in Las Vegas – ​UO Albert

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​UO Albert

​UO Albert

UO Albert, a small robot part of the program Coding&Play for children coding education, is on display during CES 2018 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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H3O Magic Sticks

H3O Magic Sticks

The H3O Magic Sticks manufactured by iPM, a miniature device that can produces hydrogen rich drinking water in 3 minutes, are on display during CES 2018 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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SUI Endurance drone

SUI Endurance drone

Dr. Kimberly Williams from NASA’s Ames Research Center holds a Straight Up Imaging (SUI) Endurance drone at the NASA booth during CES 2018 at the Las Vegas Convention Center on January 11, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Williams said that NASA is demonstrating the use of overflow high-fidelity Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) code to analyze the aerodynamics of drones in order to help companies to design higher performance and more efficient ones.

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Pegasi Smart Sleep Glasses

Pegasi Smart Sleep Glasses

An exhibitor demonstrates the Pegasi Smart Sleep Glasses during CES 2018 in Las Vegas.

The user wears the glasses in the morning for 30 minutes to help the body’s circadian rhythm.

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Polaroid OneStep 2 camera

Polaroid OneStep 2 camera

The Polaroid OneStep 2 camera is on display at the Polaroid booth during CES International.

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Huawei Mate10 Pro phone

Huawei Mate10 Pro phone

The Huawei Mate10 Pro phone is on display at the Huawei booth during CES International.

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Trump in a box

Trump in a box

A 3D print out of US President Donald Trump sits in a 3D printer at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada.

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Nivida's Pegasus

Nivida’s Pegasus

The world’s first AI supercomputer for fully autonomous robotaxis is on display during the CES 2018 in Las Vegas. The drive has been developed by Nvidia and is expected to be of great help in the making of driverless cars.

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What has Intel been up to?

What has Intel been up to?

People are seen inside the Sensory Commute display, designed to express the feel of autonomous driving, by Intel and Mobileye at CES in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Want a ride?

Want a ride?

An attendee being shown a Vanderhall Edison2 three-wheeled auto-cycle during the CES 2018 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas.

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Artec Leo scanner

Artec Leo scanner

A car is scanned by the Artec Leo handheld smart professional 3D scanner at this year’s mega tech event in Las Vegas.

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IBM Watson supercomputer

IBM Watson supercomputer

A man walks through the Watson Premier display to learn about IBM Watson at CES in Nevada.

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Roborace's upgraded race car

Roborace’s upgraded race car

A Roborace car is on display at the Nvidia booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada.

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​EargoMax

​EargoMax

EargoMax, a new in-the-ear hearing aid device that also allows natural sound to flow though into the ear, is displayed during Pepcom’s Digital Experience in Las Vegas, Nevada, US.

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​Roader Time Machine Camera

​Roader Time Machine Camera

Roader Time Machine Camera, which saves 10 seconds of video before and 10 seconds after a button is pressed, is displayed during Pepcom’s Digital Experience in Las Vegas.

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​ZeTime smartwatches

​ZeTime smartwatches

ZeTime smartwatches by MyKronoz of Switzerland, the world’s first hybrid smartwatch combining mechanical hands with a color touchscreen, are displayed during Pepcom’s Digital Experience in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Cue robots

Cue robots

The new Cue robots, which are designed to teach kids as young as kindergarten to code, are shown at Pepcom’s Digital Experience event on the eve of CES in Las Vegas.

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​Stripper robots

​Stripper robots

Stripper robots perform at the Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club on the sidelines of CES 2018 in Las Vegas.

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Aibo robot dog

Aibo robot dog

The Aibo robot dog is on display at the Sony booth after a news conference at CES International in Las Vegas.

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Bell Helicopter

Bell Helicopter

A worker prepares for guests at the Bell Helicopter Air Taxi Virtual Reality Experience in the Las Vegas Convention Center during the 2018 CES in Las Vegas.

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​Sony's wireless, noise-cancelling headphones

​Sony’s wireless, noise-cancelling headphones

Sony’s WF-SP700N wireless, noise-cancelling headphones with a splash-proof design are displayed in the Sony booth during the 2018 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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​Catspad

​Catspad

Catspad, a smart food and water dispenser for cats, is displayed during CES Unveiled at CES International in Las Vegas.

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​Botley: The Coding Robot

​Botley: The Coding Robot

Botley – the Coding Robot, by Learning Resources, is displayed during a press event for CES 2018 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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The 'talking' mirror

The ‘talking’ mirror

The HiMirror Mini is an internet-connected smart mirror that includes Alexa, Amazon’s voice-activated digital assistant. It uses its built-in camera to analyze your skin, track any skincare goals you have and record the results of the products you use. The HiMirror is expected to be available in the early summer of 2018.

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The home robot

The home robot

Mayfield Robotics’ Kuri home robot was also among the most popular gadgets at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Touted as the most adorbale robot at the event, it was developed to act as a virtual member of the family. Keeping in line with this vision, the little robot has the ability to communicate via onboard speakers, microphones and gestural motion actuators.

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Best of virtual reality

Best of virtual reality

DisplayLink demonstrates its XR reference design with a wireless virtual reality game. Being one of the pioneers of VR tech, the company has a relatively long history of creating the tech behind cable-free computer products, like wireless docks and video adapters.

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Time for smart charging

Time for smart charging

Raboo smart chargers are displayed at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas on January 7. The state-of-the-art charger is expected to revolutionise the battery charging industry with its smart charging feature.

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The 3D face scanner

The 3D face scanner

The Bellus3D face scanner was also unveiled at LA’s mega tech event this year. The company was successful in piquing the interests of gadget lovers last year as well. It has also been co-developing technology in collaboration with other tech firms and is likely to face stiff competition from Samsung that is also eyeing an entry into the face-scanning space.

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The battle against pollution

The battle against pollution

The R-PUR anti-pollution mask can filter out particles as small as pm 0.4 microns. Other than masks, the event also featured an air pollution tracking device, an air purifier and the LaVie box that purifies water by removing chlorine, pesticides and medicine, while preserving minerals and trace element.

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Personal care taken up a notch

Personal care taken up a notch

Among the most interesting innovations at display was the Romy Paris personal cosmetic lab, which allows users to formulate their own lotions based on their skin type and daily conditions.

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