Five cool products showcased at CES 2020
Consumer Electronics Show (CES) started on January 7 and will end on January 10. CES is an event where tech companies launch and showcase their products.
LÓreal's Perso: LÓreal, a personal care company has introduced a device powered by AI that can create on-demand personalised formulas for skincare.
The cylindrical device is powered by a motorized cartridge system that produces lipstick and foundation based on an assessment of a real-time picture taken by the device users.
The device is connected through an app and the image is analysed after taking an image through a smartphone. The device called Perso then creates personalised skincare that can also be carried along while travelling.
The image taken by the user checks air-quality, pollution data and trend analysis. It can also create customised skincare based on users personal preferences.
Even though the technology sounds interesting and might hit parlours, it would be interesting to see how good it is at analysing the facial condition.
Samsung Robot Ball: The Robo ball called Ballie is a ball-shaped robot with a circular flat area to roll. Samsung says that the device is made to help actively around the house, understand, support and react to your needs to be actively helpful around the house. This 'Life companion' is a device connected to the IoT (Internet of Things) in a house and helps the users in using them.
Meet #Ballie, Samsung’s human-centric vision of robots that takes personalized care to the next level. The small rolling robot, “understands you, supports you, and reacts to your needs.” #CES2020 #SamsungCES2020 pic.twitter.com/YzwgZN1Lgw— Samsung US Newsroom (@SamsungNewsUS) January 7, 2020
Ballie, an AI-enabled robot can call and connect with people, and help with entertaining kids and dogs. It can also take care of home security while the user is present. Similar devices have been launched earlier but how seamlessly it integrates and functions in various situations would make it worthwhile.
Intel’s Horseshoe Bend concept: Horseshoe Bend is a foldable OLED display PC showcased by Intel at CES 2020. Yes, you might have seen a foldable smartphone but a foldable PC with a single display from top to bottom is an interesting idea.
It runs on Intel's upcoming “Tiger Lake” mobile processors and works like a 12-inch foldable laptop. It opens to a seamless 17.3-inch screen with a kickstand. The device can be used as a laptop, all-in-one, lay-flat, canvas or book.
Impossible Pork burger: You might remember the Impossible burger that launched last year. It's a veg burger that tastes like a non-veg burger. The first burger (plant-based patty) by company tastes like beef. Now, the company is planning to bring the pork flavour veg-burger called Impossible Sausage.
Samsung Micro LED TV: The new MicroLED tv launched by Samsung is unique with its customisation capabilities. The TV can be used for both lifestyle purposes like decorating the wall and also as a home cinema.
Multiple MicroLED panels can be brought together to form new combinations. These new combinations can be customised for any type of wall or according to the use of specific space.
Samsung has also removed bezels from these panels making it more immersive. LG launched a rollable LED tv at CES last year.